National & Global Newspapers
US Newsstream: Search the most recent premium U.S. news content, as well as newspaper archives, wire services, broadcast transcripts, and blogs. National and regional sources.
New York Times: All the news that fit to print! Create an account on campus at http://nytimesineducation.com/access-nyt/ using your Whatcom email address. Login from any device or app..
Newspaper Source: Regional, national and international newspapers. Also includes television and news transcripts.
Washington State Newspapers
- List of local current newspapers
- Washington Digital Newspapers – Contains a range of territorial era newspapers beginning in 1852 and regional community digitization projects through the early 2000s. This is a full text searchable collection of newspapers with new historical WA newspaper titles added each year.
- Historic Newspapers in Washington – Washington State Library created an online collection of indexed newspapers beginning in 1852, which covers Washington’s territorial and early statehood periods. These digitized pages from our microfilm collection have been indexed and are keyword searchable thanks to the efforts of volunteers.
- Chronicling America – With a grant from the National Endowment for Humanities, the Washington State Library is participating in the National Digital Newspaper Program; an effort to digitize early (pre 1923) issues from newspapers around the United States. These issues are full-text searchable and downloadable free.
Printed Newspapers @ The Library
- The Wall Street Journal
- Bellingham Herald
- Seattle Times
Research Current Events
Opposing Viewpoints (Gale In Context): Pro/Con articles on a variety of issues; includes statistics, and supporting reference and periodical sources.
eLibrary: A browsable collection of multidisciplinary content. Editorially created pages provide valuable context for both common and more unusual topics of research.
TV News Archive: Index of searchable text and short streamed clips to explore TV news, discover important resources, understand context, [and] evaluate assertions of fact.