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BELLINGHAM — On Sunday, March 30, at 3 p.m. in the Mount Baker Theatre, the Whatcom Symphony Orchestra presents an afternoon program that features, for the first time ever, two pianos on stage with a ...
LYNDEN — Co-founder Judy Meixner terms it “amazing,” but here she and Trudy Ferguson are in their 28th year of staging a Spring Craft & Antique Show. “We still love organizing and bringing ...
LYNDEN — For two hours in a special meeting Monday, Lynden City Councilors talked all angles of the idea of an ambulance utility. Then they voted 5-2 to put a $6 monthly fee into place. The charge, ...
Designation on register is mostly honorary LYNDEN -— The Lynden Cemetery has won listing on the Washington Heritage Register of Historic Places. Although mostly an honorary designation, the listing could ...
Phase of 120-138 units will show ‘cottage’ concept LYNDEN -— Developer Bob Libolt is 35 lots into his planned North Prairie neighborhood. Now he can create up to 138 more housing units on the remaining ...
WHATCOM — A man the county Sheriff’s Office calls a “prolific burglar, thief and previously convicted felon” was tabbed last week as responsible for a series of burglaries and thefts in unincorporated ...
I put off writing this column. Instead I could write about school bond failures or snow cancellations in February. But I’m back to this topic. I have been introduced to the world of nonprofit organizations’ ...
BELLINGHAM — Finally, there is no weaving around and working inside cordoned-off construction zones of Bellingham International Airport. The $38.6 million terminal rebuild project is all done. Port ...
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 ...