2021 has been a great year for The Fourth Corner: Over 108 Stories and more than 20 Candidate’s written statements as well as a revamping of our website, improving our email delivery system, and the debut of our monthly Radio Show on KGMI’s Saturday Morning live.
We plan to continue to bring you even more information in 2022 with our ongoing recruitment of great Guest Writers, our coverage from a citizens perspective, and guests on our radio show that add information and education to our Fourth Corner audience.
We especially thank those who made this possible with ongoing support by being readers, subscribers and donors. In 2022 we look to expand our market area with expertise in even more tech friendly ways and continue the content that is unique to us here in the Fourth Corner.
With competition coming from a “new Cascadia Weekly” in Whatcom County and the “Salish” paper in Skagit County getting the word out in our forum becomes even more important to us..
See below how to reach ALL of our stories for the year and to see a list of Podcasts to our Radio Show.
All in all it was a great year and we hope you will continue to support us by reading our e-mails, and using your free subscription. We hope you will donate to help us maintain a different perspective right here in the Fourth Corner. Go to www.thefourthcorner.com/ to Donate.
Previous Stories By Month
Our Radio Show PodCasts…
Chair of Integrity in Voting Bill Bruch and WSRP Chair Caleb Heimlich on the year ahead.
Co-hosting with Doug Ericksen People Fired by State Government for not getting a vax
I like this one!! Sabotage on Oil Train Derailment.
County Auditor Diana Bradrock
Sheriff Bill Elfo on status of Law and Guy Occhiogrosso on the Socialist Initiatives
Jim McKinney Afganastan, Sheriff Elfo Update of “Reform” Rep Jim Walsh On voter Integrity
Christopher Morris Bellingham School District Parent.
Tyler Byrd Local housing and other issues and Paul Graves Redistricting
Late Census Ben Elenbaas. Local issues
Kim Wyman Show.
Ken Bell The Port of Bellingham.
Marine Sgt. Zachery Wilde. Council Woman Kathy Kershner