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LYNDEN — The city wanted a simple change on paper. Instead, it will get $2 million to build a pipeline. State legislators Vincent Buys and Luanne VanWerven, attending Monday’s Lynden City Council ...
LYNDEN — The noon Kiwanis Club will sell barbecued salmon on Sixth Street Friday evening, in one new aspect of this week’s Northwest Raspberry Festival, said Gary Vis, Lynden Chamber of Commerce ...
WHATCOM — Voters will be able to decide this fall if the county should have five voting districts instead of the current three. The County Council, after taking about three hours of public ...
Some years ago, Boys Scouts Troop 4028 of Lynden built a pushkart for entry in the Lynde’ 500 competition, then did not use it for a while. Last week, the boys took possession of it again from the Lynden ...
WHATCOM — Light rainfall will not significantly reduce the fire danger in the county, the fire marshal’s office says. Even the rain of this past weekend has made no significant impact on ...
BELLINGHAM — Drivers who use State Route 542 east of Bellingham should be prepared for an 11-week detour starting Tuesday, July 14. The highway is now closed in both directions near Anderson ...
WHATCOM — The suspect driver in a Clearbrook Road crash that killed his passenger on Monday, July 6, fled the scene on foot and was captured over four hours later, investigator say. The ...
WHATCOM — County Executive Jack Louws says that the county already has a 16-bed mental health evaluation and treatment facility and will keep it operating when a new jail is built. Louws ...
Candy throwing to the crowds, even targeted sometimes, was a big part of the Everson-Nooksack Summer Festival parade on Saturday. Here, the Nooksack Valley High School cheerleaders do their part…. ...
LYNDEN — The small cities of Whatcom County are revising their agreements on participation in a new county jail in case Bellingham is a no-show. The new jail planned by the county in Ferndale could ...