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The news that makes us take notice every year varies for each person, but some items have a seemingly universal draw. The Tribune staff compiled our list of the most head-turning local news of 2012 and ...
LYNDEN — For the first time since 2004, the Lynden Police Department will add a position to its force. The 2013 budget approved by the City Council includes funding for a 15th officer. This person will ...
OLYMPIA — Effective Jan. 1, utilities, excavators and the public will see more rigorous enforcement of the state’s “call-before-you-dig” law, including higher penalties, mandatory damage reporting ...
FRIDAY HARBOR — A magnitude 4.0 earthquake at 10:36 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 26, between Friday Harbor and Victoria, B.C., was felt in north Whatcom County, as far east as Lynden and Sumas. The quake ...
ABERDEEN — Pacific Financial Corporation, the head of Pacific Bank, will pay a 20-cent dividend per share to all shareholders on or before Dec. 28. “The bank has experienced strong earnings in 2012, ...
In our seventh edition of a Photo of the Year, the editorial staff of the Tribune has chosen, for the first time, an annual event instead of a breaking news, sports or feature (2009) photo. With our top-three ...
LYNDEN — A myriad of regional law enforcement personnel descended on Lynden for a funeral procession Saturday afternoon. Deborah Engels-Schultz, an assistant area port director at the Lynden crossing ...
WHATCOM — Charlie Crabtree is the new chair of the Whatcom County Republican Party. He ran unopposed to take over the spot left vacant by Lynden’s Luanne Van Werven, who remains on the leadership team ...
LYNDEN — Lynden Boy Scouts Troop 28 will do its annual Christmas tree pick-up within city limits and at Bertranda Estates and Wiser Lake on Saturday, Jan. 5. Any trees placed at the curb before 8 a.m. ...
LYNDEN — On Dec. 18, the Taco Time Northwest restaurant hosted its second annual Project Hope benefit and raised $3,000 for the local food bank. “We’re proud to live and work in a community that ...