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WHATCOM — The annual county-wide program to read one book together has been awarded a $3,500 matching grant from Humanities Washington to support the 2015 program. The Whatcom County Library ...
LYNDEN — The city will pay up to $25,000 for a lobbyist to track a unique “COW water” issue in the upcoming state legislature. As could only be possible in a place where milk is dried into powder, ...
LYNDEN — The award-winning January Series of Calvin College will again be simulcast to Lynden. The lecture series, consisting of 21 presentations Jan. 7-27, will be received at 510 Liberty St., the Amor ...
OLYMPIA — For a second year, Rep. Vincent Buys, R-Lynden, will serve in the state House of Representatives as the ranking Republican member on the Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee. Leadership ...
JANUARY 8 — Fresh digs for Meridian students Students returning from holiday vacation used brand-new Irene Reither Elementary School in the Meridian School District for the first time on Monday. ...
BELLEVUE — Puget Sound Energy and Renewable Energy Systems Americas Inc. have signed cooperative agreements on launching an innovative battery storage project in Whatcom County that could pave the way ...
WHATCOM -— Excessive speed was a factor in a three-vehicle collision on State Route 9 near Rutsatz Road at about 8:18 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 23, the Washington State Patrol reported. A 2000 Chevrolet ...
Permits filed, financing expected to create Waples Mercantile Building LYNDEN — Construction should start in mid-January to create a new Waples Mercantile Building, a mix of retail uses with ...
LYNDEN -— The city will use a Seattle law firm to help in contract negotiations with all six of the city’s labor units. The Lynden City Council took that action Monday, as administration also reported ...
Hundreds of people, some in dramatic and colorful attire, participated in a walking procession in Lynden from St. Joseph Catholic Church to the Expo Building on the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds. It ...