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WHATCOM — Pete Kremen, after 31 years in elected office at the state and county levels, will retire from politics at the end of his current County Council term, he announced Monday. “This ...
LYNDEN — Not dairy and berries directly so much, but concerns about food safety and trade rules came to the fore at a meeting of local farmers with Rep. Suzan DelBene last week. About ...
LYNDEN — The city law on fireworks is changing — a little. The City Council’s unanimous action of Feb. 17 brings 1963 city code back into compliance with state law, and it slightly ...
LYNDEN — Both Celeste Mergens and Richard Decima passed on thanks to their spouses, families, colleagues and community as they received their 2014 Sol Lewis Awards at a Thursday evening reception ...
BELLINGHAM — The law firm that was Zender Thurston — with roots 100 years ago in Lynden — is now named Carmichael Clark. The name change reflects the firm’s current identity, as Robert ...
WHATCOM — Sculpture Northwest is currently conducting a survey of all outdoor sculpture located in the City of Bellingham. The goal is to make the four northwestern counties in Washington State ...
Vehicle got stuck in mud Sunday night along Sorenson Road near Nooksack WHATCOM — Authorities urgently seek information from anyone who may have seen, talked to or assisted the driver of a vehicle ...
Checks of $6,092.50 each went to the two recipient community organizations from the Lynden Tribune Readers Care Fund last week. Giving was in November and December. Upper photo: Pictured at the Project ...
LYNDEN — “Rabbit Hole,” which won a 2007 Pulitzer Prize for drama, opens a three-week run Feb. 5 at the Claire vg Thomas Theatre. It’s about a happy couple whose lives are turned ...
LYNDEN — It’s official. You should do random acts of kindness Feb. 9-15. The Lynden City Council on Monday approved and Mayor Scott Korthuis signed a proclamation making next week Random ...