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Dorothy Assink was born on Nov. 27, 1927, in South Dakota, to Henry and Jennie (Vander Molen) Kuiken and passed away peacefully in St. Joseph Hospital of Bellingham on Jan. 27, 2015. She was ...
Walter R. Creasey, age 80, went to be with his Lord on Jan. 25, 2015, at his Silver Lake home. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Darlene; children Walter Jr., Jennifer, Barry and Shawn; ...
OLYMPIA — The Washington State Department of Transportation has filed a $17 million lawsuit to recoup the costs of response and repair from the 2013 over-height vehicle collision that caused a portion ...
LYNDEN — The long-standing question of what will go into the former Cost Cutter building at 19th and Front streets has an answer: Tractor Supply Company. The Tennessee-based company with nearly ...
There was a little smile on Dick Decima’s face when he explained how the Washington Heritage Register officials told him they had never before seen an application quite like the one he helped submit ...
CUSTER — U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Canada Border Services Agency will hold a ribbon-cutting opening ceremony for their newly relocated joint Trusted Traveler Enrollment Center. The ...
LYNDEN — This is a problem when buildings are well over 100 years old. The bricks and mortar that form the common wall between the condemned 401 Front St. building and adjoining Dutch Mothers ...
LYNDEN — Kelley Bouma has kept the shipping portion of Timekeepers alive, taking over the business on Jan. 10 in the Fairway Center. “It actually totally fell in my lap,” Bouma said. “My ...
LYNDEN — While always a moving target, the owners of the planned Waples Mercantile Building, formerly Delft Square, plan to start the nine-month construction process on the Front Street building “on ...
LYNDEN — Two large real estate sales of vacant land in the final quarter of 2014 signal more development for two areas of Lynden. On Oct. 15, Bob Libolt’s North Prairie LLC recorded the purchase ...