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BELLINGHAM -— A public open house is planned for Friday, July 18, to celebrate the public/private partnership that repurposed the former Olympics Coordination Center near Bellingham’s airport. The ...
LYNDEN -— The city wants to buy a 40-acre Benson Road farm for potential park land or other public uses. The Lynden City Council on Monday took a first step toward acquiring the property of Herman and ...
WHATCOM -— A land parcel of about 1.3 acres owned by the Whatcom Transportation Authority south of its Lynden bus station will be the subject of a public hearing before the WTA board of directors on ...
LYNDEN -— Recruits got needed training in firefighting, also saving the city some money, at the controlled burn of an old house on Saturday, said Lynden Fire Chief Gary Baar. The fire at 285 18th St. ...
WHATCOM — Effective July 1, the county is now on a new but still unified system for providing emergency medical services (EMS) response. Whatcom County Fire District 7 of the Ferndale area joins the ...
LYNDEN -— She was too young to get married in Colorado, so Peggy and Kenneth Gundel drove the 30 miles north to Cheyenne, Wyoming, and tied the knot there — in a blizzard. The date was Feb. 9, 1940. ...
LYNDEN -— When the head people of Relay For Life of North Whatcom met for a final prep meeting on June 17, the goal of reaching $100,000 looked to be out of reach. The fundraising stood at around $72,000, ...
LYNDEN -— The 2014 season for the Lynden Farmers Market was opened Thursday at Fourth and Front streets and will continue now on Thursday afternoons into October. A blessing for the season was read by ...
WHATCOM -— June 28 marks 100 years since a first church building was dedicated on the site where Rome Community Bible Church sits today on the Mt. Baker Highway six miles east of Bellingham. In celebration, ...
LYNDEN -— A Nooksack man bicyling on Front Street Saturday was injured when a car turned in front of him and he was thrown onto its windshield. Harold Worthington, 45, lay on the shattered glass as Lynden ...