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On March 3, two pillars in the Lynden community passed through the veil, from this life to the next. Although we mourn their passing, the tone of the memorial services for Ben Boxum and Don Smith decidedly ...
BELLINGHAM — On Sunday, March 30, at 3 p.m. in the Mount Baker Theatre, the Whatcom Symphony Orchestra presents an afternoon program that features, for the first time ever, two pianos on stage with a ...
LYNDEN — Co-founder Judy Meixner terms it “amazing,” but here she and Trudy Ferguson are in their 28th year of staging a Spring Craft & Antique Show. “We still love organizing and bringing ...
LYNDEN — For two hours in a special meeting Monday, Lynden City Councilors talked all angles of the idea of an ambulance utility. Then they voted 5-2 to put a $6 monthly fee into place. The charge, ...
Designation on register is mostly honorary LYNDEN -— The Lynden Cemetery has won listing on the Washington Heritage Register of Historic Places. Although mostly an honorary designation, the listing could ...
Phase of 120-138 units will show ‘cottage’ concept LYNDEN -— Developer Bob Libolt is 35 lots into his planned North Prairie neighborhood. Now he can create up to 138 more housing units on the remaining ...
WHATCOM — A man the county Sheriff’s Office calls a “prolific burglar, thief and previously convicted felon” was tabbed last week as responsible for a series of burglaries and thefts in unincorporated ...
I put off writing this column. Instead I could write about school bond failures or snow cancellations in February. But I’m back to this topic. I have been introduced to the world of nonprofit organizations’ ...
BELLINGHAM — Finally, there is no weaving around and working inside cordoned-off construction zones of Bellingham International Airport. The $38.6 million terminal rebuild project is all done. Port ...
LYNDEN — City leaders don’t plan to charge anywhere near the full cost of ambulance service as a utility fee, Mayor Scott Korthuis cautioned a public-hearing crowd Tuesday. A monthly billing, if ...