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LYNDEN — Thank goodness for Friday and Saturday. Without two well-attended days at the Northwest Washington Fair, the six-day event would have struggled even more than it did to pack the Lynden grounds. ...
LYNDEN — A new batch of information puts the proposed Bogaard Meadows project back in front of the Lynden Planning Commission on Thursday, Aug. 28, in a continuation of a public hearing. The proposal ...
Oh, the fickleness of Pacific Northwest weather and how it toys with attendance at the Northwest Washington Fair. Monday offered up the year’s warmest day so far, reaching into the mid-90s during the ...
LYNDEN — When the Gary Allen trucks roll into the Northwest Washington Fair on Thursday, the rodeo needs to have cleared way for three straight musical acts in the grandstand. And that poses one of the ...
LYNDEN — The public now has over two months to officially comment on an application to rezone 18.6 acres north of Main Street from residential to commercial, a move that would pave the way for the proposed ...
LYNDEN — Gary VanderGiessen has seen plenty of success selling barbecue supplies. So much, in fact, that he has opened Gary’s Barbecue Supplies at 511 Front St. Not to be outdone, though, his wife, ...
LYNDEN — Day One of the Northwest Washington Fair proves easy to describe. Almost every one of the 28,767 attendees saw it the same way, summed up best by Jim Baron, fair manager: “It was hot.” “It ...
LYNDEN — With much of the inner workings of Lynden’s new water treatment plant going on below ground, the roughly one-year mark until completion offered a quality time for an update on — and a look ...
Supporters of the Northwest Washington Fair knew they had a hot product when the fair opened on Monday, Aug. 11. They just didn’t know it was going to be that hot. As the fair opened on Monday, highlighted ...
The Aug. 5 primary gave clarity to the District 42 State Representative Position 1 race, an effort by four candidates to fill a seat opening in Olympia. Democrat Satpal Sidhu leads the primary with 39 ...