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Meridian has forfeited its non-league varsity football game Saturday night against Squalicum due to “internal team issues,” according to athletic director Kurt Harvill. “There are some ...
WHATCOM — Due to an increase in fuel moisture levels from recent rain, the county fire marshal’s office lifted its ban on outdoor burning in unincorporated areas effective at 8 a.m. Friday, Sept. 4. Verbal ...
Sixth grade friends Libby Bouwman, right, and Rainy Kiel take donations for Washington Strong at Saturday’s Lynden Christian football game against Omak. The effort spearheaded by Rainy helps wildfire ...
WHATCOM — Wiser and Toad lakes locally were included last week in a statewide advisory about harmful algae blooms caused by the dry weather conditions. Wiser is south of Lynden and Toad is northeast ...
By Brooke Hanson email@example.com BELLINGHAM — Former Lynden police officer Donald Glunt was sentenced on Sept. 1 to nine months of confinement, ...
By Brooke Hanson firstname.lastname@example.org WHATCOM — Fishing reopened on Sept. 2 on one section of the lower Nooksack River after several closures ...
A farmer sits down his son, who has finished a degree in business management. The farmer says: Son, the time has come to pass on the farm to you. You have worked hard with me and grandpa as you were growing ...
BELLINGHAM — Three election forums will be held this fall hosted by the League of Women Voters of Bellingham/Whatcom County along with the City of Bellingham and the Bellingham Herald. All forums will ...
WHATCOM — A procession of first responders in memory of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks will pass through the county and end with a public ceremony at Peace Arch Park on Friday, Sept. 11. The ...
WHATCOM — “Water, It’s Everybody’s Business” is the theme for the sixth annual Whatcom Water Weeks events celebrating Whatcom County’s water resources, taking place Sept. 12-26. Businesses, ...