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LYNDEN — The 2014 Relay for Life of North Whatcom is hosting Cupid for a Cure on Saturday, Feb. 15, a dinner, dancing and auction event to benefit the Relay for Life. Expect both live and silent auctions ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Chamber of Commerce Community Cashback program, created in 1998 to encourage local shopping while supporting local nonprofit organizations, ended 2013 with $12.95 million in local ...
LYNDEN — In the end, nearly 58 percent approval simply isn’t enough to pass a $46 million Lynden School District bond to build new middle and elementary schools. Bonds need 60 percent approval to pass. ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden PRCA Rodeo is expecting more of the country’s top professional cowboys and cowgirls for 2014 competition by moving to a pair of midweek dates, Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 12-13. ...
LYNDEN — A late run of January precipitation helped the month approach the historical average, but January was still a nearly 1.5 inches drier than normal. At 4.36 inches of rainfall during the 31-day ...
LAUREL — The public is invited to attend the next meeting of the Tenmile Creek Clean Water Project. The agenda for the next meeting, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 12, at BelleWood Acres, 6140 ...
LYNDEN — Harkening back to January 2013, we printed a list of 13 things we’d like to see locally in 2013. Some were far-fetched. Some were attainable. But how did it go? Every list starts somewhere ...
NOOKSACK — Fred and Cindy Vos thought they saw a bobcat roaming the trees behind their Sorenson Road home. Chuck Kleinhesselink, who lives on Alm Road adjoining the Vos land, thought the potential sighting ...
LYNDEN — Maybe it’s the wide, empty Lynden streets or even some not-so-rule-following drivers, but the city’s municipal court fines — fees paid to the city largely from traffic violations — spiked ...
LYNDEN — Even as more space on the west side of the 127,859-square-foot Lynden Towne Plaza has come vacant, property owner Ennen Brothers Partnership continues to renew leases with tenants in the rest ...