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WHATCOM — A Central Road couple died apparently from fumes from a generator engine that had been running after the recent power outage, the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office has determined. Authorities ...
Open burning never allowed in cities, vicinities WHATCOM — Due to an increase in fuel moisture levels from recent rain, the county fire marshal’s office lifted its ban on outdoor burning in unincorporated ...
WHATCOM — Power was expected to be fully restored in the county by midnight Tuesday from the windstorm that clobbered the region Saturday. Puget Sound Energy crews again worked overnight from Monday ...
All power may not be back until Wednesday WHATCOM — Thousands remained without power Monday from Saturday’s windstorm, and grocery stores and families dealt with food spoilage from too many ...
Front Street oak tree crashes near First Christian Reformed Church WHATCOM — Parts of Lynden and the county remained without power Sunday morning from the strong windstorm that pounded the region ...
LYNDEN — A small plane coming in to land at the Lynden Airport Saturday lightly touched a wheel on the top of a car going along Benson Road. Neither the plane nor the car lost control and each ...
WHATCOM — The two County Council candidates in District 2 are trading shots over level of support for nonprofits such as food banks and domestic violence shelters. Satpal Sidhu points to a Kathy Kershner ...
LYNDEN — As a Lynden Christian High School agriculture teacher who knows plenty of colleagues statewide, Gerrit Van Weerdhuizen took a phone call last week that was out of the ordinary. His counterpart ...
LYNDEN — Thirty bicyclists near the end of their cross-country trip in support of affordable housing will give a presentation now on Tuesday, Aug. 25, at Hope Lutheran Church, 901 E. Grover St. ...
LYNDEN — Two city projects are heading toward completion. Removal of the old 401 Front St. building will be in earnest next week, and commissioning of the new $30 million water treatment plant could ...