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WHATCOM — The County Council on Jan. 15 filled some open spots on county boards and commissions for 2013, but many openings still remain. (See list online.) Ben Elenbaas of Lynden and Mary Beth Teigrob ...
LYNDEN — Producing 46 percent more milk powder than its predecessor, the new Darigold drying tower rising on Lynden’s skyline helps position the company for growing export markets in Asia and China. ...
SAN DIEGO — Ron Broersma, a native of Lynden, has been honored for his contributions to science and engineering in a division of the U.S. Navy. Broersma is chief engineer of the information technology ...
LYNDEN — In his 50s Rev. Cornelius Rientjes suffered a heart attack that seemed to end his pastoring days. Instead, his career took a turn and he began to help struggling churches. He continued to ...
LYNDEN — A milking barn was destroyed and 15-20 calves and a horse were lost early Wednesday in a fire on the farm of Brad TeVelde on Kamm Road. All 125 milk cows were saved from the fire and were ...
BELLINGHAM — Think of the WSU Whatcom County Extension office as a link between laboratory and field, research and practice. For 95 years now, the connection has been there, serving the area with an ...
WHATCOM — Suzan DelBene is the new representative in Congress for northwest Washington. DelBene, a Democrat who won election in November over Republican John Koster, took office for the much expanded ...
LYNDEN — Using a federal grant, the city will soon add three more career firefighters. The Lynden City Council Monday unanimously accepted the $431,244 SAFER grant from the Federal Emergency Management ...
LYNDEN — Somewhere very near this spot in 1870, Lynden’s first white family settled into their cabin just a short walk up from the Nooksack River. The Judsons didn’t worry about the peat soil then. ...
WHATCOM — A woman in Hong Kong got back an old present this Christmas, thanks to the honesty and due diligence of a Lynden man. It was the $8,000 Rolex watch her husband had bought for her. Gerrit Nydam ...