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LYNDEN — Mayor Scott Korthuis has chosen, and the City Council has endorsed, Michael H. Martin, currently city manager of Burien, to be Lynden’s next city administrator. The council on a 5-1 vote ...
LYNDEN — The city and Whatcom Family YMCA plan to make the existing Drayton Street recreation facility stay in operation for at least another five years, despite serious physical weaknesses. For instance, ...
LYNDEN — A 6-year-old boy suffered serious head injury in a fall from an apartment’s second-story window Tuesday evening, June 11. Both the Lynden fire and police departments responded to the incident ...
LYNDEN — Ira “Dean” Hagins went to extra depths and heights to make his proposal to Nicole McDonald on Saturday. As in planting trees — well, almost — and flying an airplane. After the shock ...
LYNDEN — The Washington Red Raspberry Commission reports this news related to the Townsend Farms berry mix blend that has been in the news as the source of a hepatitis outbreak: The frozen raspberries ...
WHATCOM — One lane of State Route 546 (East Badger Road) at Lynden will remain open at all times as preparation for roundabout construction gets under way at both the Depot and Bender road intersections. ...
As I headed home along with everyone else from a day at the Water Supply Symposium at Fox Hall on May 30, this thought kept going through my head: How can we be so close and yet so far apart? What if we ...
LYNDEN — Five years of study and design give way to the start of actual construction of a new Lynden water treatment plant this week. IMCO General Construction Co. was awarded a $26.9 million bid in ...
LYNDEN -— The City Council on Monday approved a right-of-way plan showing the strip of land that will be bought from 14 different land owners to create a new stream flow corridor. The acquistion between ...
LYNDEN -— Now with just three finalists for the position, Lynden may settle on a new city administrator this week. Bill Verwolf is retiring June 30 after 11 years in the job. The trio in town Monday ...