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LYNDEN — City leaders don’t plan to charge anywhere near the full cost of ambulance service as a utility fee, Mayor Scott Korthuis cautioned a public-hearing crowd Tuesday. A monthly billing, if ...
LYNDEN — A Thursday, Feb. 20 meeting of the Lynden Burial Society will help determine the future of the 113-year-old group. Board members have sent out a letter to the existing 255 members advising ...
WHATCOM — Just one candidate, Dan Heeringa of Sumas, is on the ballot for the Whatcom Conservation District supervisor election of March 11. No other candidates declared by the Jan. 31 deadline, said ...
WHATCOM — Quickly after hearing of problems, the County Council slapped an emergency moratorium on new applications to grow, process or sell marijuana in the county. The Feb. 11 action on the proposal ...
BELLINGHAM — “Whatcom Water Resources: What to Do,” sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Bellingham/Whatcom County, offers five perspectives on the complex and often contending issues surrounding ...
LYNDEN — What, an ambulance utility? City residents may need to dial up their awareness level as an idea that has been bandied about for a couple of years is coming to public hearing next week. The ...
LYNDEN — The city wants more time before settling on any of its own laws regarding marijuana growing, processing and retail selling in town. A first moratorium on any such operations began in October ...
LYNDEN — Things came up that didn’t make it into the original story on Doug and Tehri — and, of course, there was music. Jack Louws, Whatcom County executive, spoke as a friend of the Broersma ...
WHATCOM — The County Council will continue a court fight for existing rural water rights. The newly configured council for 2014 unanimously made that decision at the start of its Jan. 28 meeting, but ...
LYNDEN — Arie Honcoop was walking home along Depot Road the evening of Jan. 20 when a funny thing happened to him — it was fairly scary, actually. He was hit by a snowy owl. The 84-year-old was returning ...