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City of Nooksack Notice of Public Hearing The City of Nooksack hereby gives notice that the Nooksack City Council will hold a public hearing regarding proposed Ordinance No. 673 increasing monthly water ...
GOOSEBERRY POINT — The Lummi Island ferry will be out of service May 9-10 for needed repairs to the dock lifting mechanism, Whatcom County Public Works reports. The dock loading span must be locked into ...
OLYMPIA — The Washington Department of Ecology is accepting comments on proposed updates of rules requiring approved oil spill contingency plans for vessels traveling in the state. The proposed updates ...
BELLINGHAM — Bill McKibben, one of America’s best-known environmentalists, will present “350: The Most Important Number in the World,” at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 17, on the Performing Arts Center ...
LYNDEN — Celebrate the Day of the Child, DÍa de Los Niños, with stories, food, crafts and entertainment on Saturday, April 26, from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Lynden Library, 216 Fourth St. This ...
WHATCOM — The Northwest Career & Technical Academy provides tuition-free career training in high-wage, high-demand occupations to area high school, home-schooled and GED students under the age of ...
WHATCOM — The Koma Kulshan Chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society is again sponsoring introductory plant walks for getting familiar with plants native to Whatcom County. These plant identification ...
By Gary Vis A wise pastor once told me, “When you want a want, you had better want what that want brings.” So what does the Lynden community want in the area of business expansion? At the Lynden Chamber ...
BELLINGHAM — Trans Mountain Pipeline LLC plans to clean up petroleum-contaminated soil at its Laurel Station facility, a pump station about four miles north of Bellingham. The cleanup will be conducted ...
Lopsided opinion not giving a fair voice This is in response to Mr. Bierlink’s guest opinion in the April 9 Lynden Tribune. Although Bierlink claims that Whatcom Farm Friends welcomes “a respectful ...