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LYNDEN -— A four-man roofing crew at a Woodcreek Drive residential property avoided serious injury Friday after glue they were working with exploded into flames. However, three workers were taken to ...
WHATCOM — Following a ten-month investigation, two Everson-area men were arrested Oct. 22 and booked into Whatcom County Jail on suspicion of being involved in the sale of methamphetamine and heroin ...
EVERETT — The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is taking public comment until Dec. 1 on whether to allow leasing a portion of National Forest lands surrounding Mt. Baker for potential geothermal ...
Doug Ericksen, Luanne VanWerven, Vincent Buys and Jeffrey McClure all winning easily.
LYNDEN -— The need for basic food sustenance continues in the Lynden area, even if it seems hidden from view to many. “Yes, there are hungry people in Lynden,” said Jim Grennell, executive director ...
Pete Blankers’ sons Jerry, left, and Rod have been with him for most of his years in real estate. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune) He takes a people-based approach LYNDEN — From the start, it was the ...
WHATCOM -— Your City Sports, a custom sport socks maker, has found a great way to connect four entities to give comfort to the feet of the homeless — all in Whatcom County. With a focus on community, ...
LYNDEN -— The city will spend about $23,000 to get one of its two ambulances fixed, thereby hopefully gaining many more years of use from it, city leaders decided Monday. For now, the Lynden Fire Department ...
WHATCOM -— With the local seed potato harvest now complete, it’s possible to tally up what may count as a banner year for county agriculture. In regard to weather, crop yield and price, the factors ...
WHATCOM — The Oct. 23 Northwest Business Expo & Conference will have a session looking at the economic impacts of the Cherry Point industrial area on about 240 businesses locally. Also, the annual ...