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OLYMPIA — In the state of Washington, Mason moved to number one from 11th most popular name for baby boys in 2011, and Liam moved into second place from eighth. The top-10 list for baby girls was nearly ...
WHATCOM — A woman in Hong Kong got back an old present this Christmas, thanks to the honesty and due diligence of a Lynden man. It was the $8,000 Rolex watch her husband had bought for her. Gerrit Nydam ...
OLYMPIA — Flu activity is picking up across Washington state and the nation. Influenza can be serious, as shown by the fact that three Puget Sound people, a child and two adults, have died from it already ...
WHATCOM — Two Sumas wood processing plants, Cedarprime and Teal-Jones Lumber Services, are among the top ten regional recipients of 2012 awards from the Northwest Clean Air Agency. PeaceHealth St. Joseph ...
WHATCOM — A new law went into effect on Tuesday requiring that carbon monoxide (CO) alarm devices be installed in nearly all buildings classified as residential occupancies. This includes single-family ...
OLYMPIA — Effective Jan. 1, utilities, excavators and the public will see more rigorous enforcement of the state’s “call-before-you-dig” law, including higher penalties, mandatory damage reporting ...
WHATCOM — The Bellingham Farmers Market is taking applications from farmers, producers and crafters in Whatcom and Skagit counties who are looking for new markets and more face-to-face time with customers. ...
ONGOING Lecture Series The January Series of Calvin College comes by simulcast at 9:30 a.m. to 510 Liberty St., Lynden, as follows: Jan. 3 — Jeremy Courtney, Preemptive Love Coalition, “Restoring Hearts ...
BELLINGHAM — Local college campuses and social service providers are organizing the second annual Poverty Action March and Essential Needs Drive for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 21, 2013. Community ...
WHATCOM — The Lynden Library is one of four sites for upcoming free community workshops on talking about end-of-life choices. “My Life, My Health, My End-of-Life Choices” is about normalizing conversation ...