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Lynden Municipal Court was held on June 12, 2013, and the following people were found guilty: Barry Bruington, 50, of Lynden, third-degree driving with a suspended license. Fined $300. Stephanie Ballesteros, ...
ONGOING Arts Market The Bellwether Arts Market runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays in August. The festival atmosphere features over 30 artists booths, vendors and live entertainment. WEDNESDAY ...
The dangers of GPT Some residents living in close proximity to the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal (GPT) feel helpless in the face of this huge project. In reality, we are among hundreds, if not thousands, ...
WHATCOM — The Whatcom County Democrats is launching a coordinated campaign to elect four candidates to the Whatcom County Council. The campaign will support incumbents Carl Weimer (District 3) and Ken ...
Stan and Karen Larson of Bellingham are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married in Bothell on June 29, 1963, and are the founders of Northland Diesel Service Inc., in Bellingham. ...
Stuart and Carole Petersen of Lynden are celebrating their 50th wedding annniversary. They were married in Issaquah on June 29, 1963. Stuart is retired from Puget Sound Energy and Carole is retired from ...
Jack Ball of Bellingham is celebrating his 80th birthday with an open house planned by all his children. If you know him or worked with him, he would love to see you! Come and celebrate with him from 1 ...
BELLINGHAM — The rise of cyber-attacks coupled with a shortage of trained cybersecurity professionals is creating serious consequences for individuals, corporations and government agencies seeking to ...
By Annika Wolters LYNDEN — Lynden Police are investigating a break-in and theft of marijuana that occurred last month. Masked thieves, armed with shotguns, forced their way into a Lynden residence at ...
LYNDEN — Don’t miss your chance to enter the Lynden Tribune’s “Berry” Best Raspberry Dessert Contest. To be eligible for the contest, email email@example.com ...