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WHATCOM — Nooksack Valley Disposal & Recycling customers surpassed more than 6 million pounds of materials, yard waste and food waste recycled in 2015, the fifth consecutive year of doing so. Nooksack ...
OLYMPIA — Dairy workers, the United Farm Workers and state labor and faith groups gathered at 12 noon on Monday, Jan. 18, at the state Capitol to announce introduction of House Bill 2484, a dairy safety ...
WHATCOM — Ballots for the Feb. 9 special election were mailed Jan. 20 to all registered voters, County Auditor Debbie Adelstein said. All Whatcom County school districts and Fire Protection District ...
LYNDEN — “Our Farms, Our Futures” is a three-part series to be presented on Jan. 28, Feb. 4 and 11 (attend all or one) from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Mt. Baker Rotary Building, 1751 Front St. The ...
LYNDEN — The 2016 Grange-sponsored County-wide Baking Contest will be on Tuesday, Feb. 16. Entries are due at Ten Mile Grange between 10 a.m. and noon. That evening, everyone is welcome to attend a 6 ...
FERNDALE — The Whatcom County Library System invites the public to an informal discussion about how children and teens face and process death, and the role literature can play helping them make sense ...
Jenah Korthuis, daughter of Steve and Robin Korthuis of Lynden, was named to the Cedarville University (Ohio) Dean’s Honor List for the 2015 fall semester. Jenah is a freshman majoring in special education.
The portion of public school costs borne by the local property tax levy keeps rising in Washington. It is now pegged at 20 to 23 percent of school districts’ budgets in Whatcom County. The state has ...
This is a guest opinion from Tammy Yoder, chair of the Citizens for Lynden Schools Committee. I would like to take a moment to thank you for your support in the passage of the construction bond for ...
Looking forward to life as a Lyndenite As a new resident of Lynden, I wanted to say how excited I am to be here. Like the Judsons, we were also searching for an ideal home and we found it. I have never ...