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FERNDALE — At about 11:30 a.m. Friday, March 13, after several months of investigation, deputies of the Whatcom Gang and Drug Task Force executed a search warrant for heroin in the 4500 block of ...
WHATCOM — Needing cities’ agreement, the county wants to put a two-tenths-cent sales tax increase on the Aug. 4 ballot to raise the $104 million needed to build a new county jail and then continue ...
WHATCOM — Subject to Washington Conservation Commission canvassing, incumbent Larry Helm appears to be reelected to a second term in his county Conservation District supervisor position. The ...
WHATCOM — In just two months, the citizen Charter Review Commission has put forward plenty of ideas for revising the county’s “constitution,” but had passed only one before Monday night — ...
LYNDEN — From just 30 votes last year to thousands this year — such was the increased interest in the Whatcom Conservation District election held Tuesday. District executive director ...
LYNDEN — With two new address sites in 2015, the city is also getting a new phone service provider. A new public works yard and headquarters are being set up at 745 E. Badger Rd. Meanwhile, ...
WHATCOM — The county has started updating its Comprehensive Plan, a big project that must be completed by June 30, 2016. The Washington State Growth Management Act requires counties to periodically ...
WHATCOM — Pete Kremen, after 31 years in elected office at the state and county levels, will retire from politics at the end of his current County Council term, he announced Monday. “This ...
LYNDEN — Not dairy and berries directly so much, but concerns about food safety and trade rules came to the fore at a meeting of local farmers with Rep. Suzan DelBene last week. About 20 ...
LYNDEN — The city law on fireworks is changing — a little. The City Council’s unanimous action of Feb. 17 brings 1963 city code back into compliance with state law, and it slightly ...