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OLYMPIA — On April 9 the House Finance Committee approved a bill introduced by Sen. Doug Ericksen, R-Ferndale, that would clarify that the nonprofit Northwest Washington Fair in Lynden is not subject ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden City Council observed a time of silence at the start of its Monday meeting for reflection upon the Boston Marathon bombings that have stunned the nation. Presiding in Mayor Scott ...
WHATCOM — County Council member Bill Knutzen on Monday announced he is running for reelection to his at-large position. A fourth-generation Whatcom County resident, Bill and his wife Sandy own Communication ...
WHATCOM — Michelle Luke, Whatcom County Planning Commission chair, has announced her candidacy for the Whatcom County Council from District 3. Carl Weimer is the two-tern incumbent. In a press release ...
LYNDEN — The elected officials, 18 in all, of three Lynden-area governmental entities come together for their second meeting tonight at City Hall Annex, 205 Fourth St. The entities are the City of ...
LYNDEN — On Sunday, April 21, the Jansen Art Center is hosting an event for and by youth musicians. With Edaleen Dairy as sponsor, the first Young Performers Concert will begin at 3 p.m. featuring ...
WHATCOM — Carl Weimer on Monday announced his intention to run again for the Whatcom County Council 3rd District seat. “My first two terms have been a wonderful combination of learning, listening, ...
WHATCOM — Rud Browne, an entrepreneur who built a local high-tech business creating employment for 360 people, including 140 here in Whatcom County, on Monday announced he will seek the County Council ...
WHATCOM — Kathy Kershner announced Monday that she is seeking re-election to the Whatcom County District 1 seat she won in 2009. She believes voters elected her to bring common sense leadership to ...
I am finally digging out the details the walls of my old home would not divulge — and in the pages of old Lynden Tribunes, no less. Word came to us here recently from the Washington State Library that ...