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LYNDEN — A woman living in the 800 block of Van Dyk Road reported being assaulted by a stranger at her home Friday morning. This is the account given by the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office: At approximately ...
LYNDEN — The new .2 percent sales tax passed by Lynden voters in November for a Transportation Benefit District goes into effect April 1. The amount is added to the 8.5 percent rate already collected. ...
WHATCOM — The Whatcom Community Foundation has committed to provide a “matching fund” loan of up to $65,000 to support the North Cascades Meat Producers Cooperative in an effort to raise membership ...
WHATCOM — The Western Washington University Student Chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers again hosts the Baja 2013 International Design Competition May 16-17 at the Northwest Washington State ...
WHATCOM — Local farmers continue to wait, and hope, for additional slaughter facilities to take animals for meat packing in the agricultural north county. As it stands now, there are too few buyers ...
BELLINGHAM — The Lummi Nation reasserted its senior water rights in Whatcom County at a Thursday meeting intended to restart water resource planning talks that stopped in 2009. Jeremy Freimund, water ...
From left, Whatcom County Dairy Ambassador candidates Janis DeJager, Alexandra Bergsma and Samantha Douge receive applause at the coronation banquet sponsored by Dairy Women Friday evening in Bellingham. ...
LYNDEN — A single-wide mobile home was destroyed on property about 1,000 feet off West Badger Road Monday evening, said North Whatcom Fire & Rescue operations chief John Swobody. No one was injured ...
LYNDEN — In the end, the City Council went 5-2 in favor of tighter rules for off-street parking. Commercial and industrial operations in residentially zoned areas of town will have to use their own parking ...
It can’t be much fun being a politician right now. Seriously. In today’s hyper-polarized political climate, you get an earful from both sides and yet you are hard-pressed to come up with ideas or find ...