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WHATCOM — Whatcom County’s housing market showed mixed results in this year’s second quarter, according to a recent real-estate report. The number of county homes sold in the second quarter fell ...
LYNDEN — Hats Off T-Shirts & Engraving will host the third annual Raspberry Festival Motorcycle Poker Run and Bike Show. The charity event starts at the Stanwood American Legion on Saturday, July ...
LYNDEN — Without unearthing every detail of the proposed Lynden North Sound Retail Center, a review of the application to rezone 18.6 acres north of Main Street from residential to commercial does offer ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Chamber of Commerce has a new roadway banner system in place to keep the community and visitors reminded of upcoming events. While first debuting around Christmas, the streetside ...
MOUNT BAKER — For the second straight year, State Route 542 to Artist Point opened Tuesday morning, July 1. It’s one of the earliest ever openings for the destination known for its spectacular views ...
LYNDEN — Remember 2012 and City Bible Church’s attempt to rezone 18.6 acres north of the church at Main Street and Guide Meridian Road from residential to regional commercial? The application has returned ...
WHATCOM — Oltman Insurance has over 80 years of Whatcom County history; S&V Insurance has six. But the common goal of keeping the two insurance firms completely local has them merging, effective ...
LYNDEN — The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency officially left the Lynden Border Patrol station for Sumas in 2008, but a final farewell is only happening now. Tony Holladay, assistant chief patrol ...
LYNDEN — By the end of June the Lynden School District will have a brand-new facilities committee in place. Jim Frey, superintendent, said that while the district has had facility committees in the past, ...
LYNDEN — The Woods Coffee will sell a limited-edition run of unique coffee mugs to help raise funds to fight human trafficking. Each of 100 hand-crafted, leather-wrapped Mason-jar mugs will be individually ...