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LYNDEN — From new-school country to someone with a bit more tested sound, the Northwest Washington Fair is offering up two helpings of country stardom for the Aug. 12-17 event. The fair has announced ...
WHATCOM — Following a $105,000 fine handed down by the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission on Burlington Northern Sante Fe Railway (BNSF) for failing to repair railroad crossing defects ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Pioneer Museum Endowment Foundation wants to use your antiques and collectibles to create happy buyers and cash for the museum. The fourth annual Sale of Antiques & Collectibles ...
LYNDEN — BelleWood Acres, 6140 Guide Meridian Rd., hosts an artist reception and family story time, starting at 2 p.m., on Sunday, March 3. Artist and author Judi Light will read from her new book, “The ...
LYNDEN — S&V Insurance Services of Lynden has hired Kyle Boon and Bill Knutzen to serve as agents. Boon was born and raised in Whatcom County and graduated from Nooksack Valley High School in 2003. ...
LYNDEN — The Chanterelle mushrooms at the Lynden Pioneer Museum have a distinct aroma. That much is certain. How you feel about that whiff of earthiness — and whether you’d ever consider eating it ...
LYNDEN — There are over a hundred new guns in Lynden already in 2013, according to the Lynden Police Department. Federal law requires that all individuals either purchasing a gun from a dealer or applying ...
LYNDEN — While Dari-Tech has tried to make amends with its neighbors along North Eighth Street, a proposed city planning ordinance requiring businesses with off-street parking in residential areas to ...
BELLINGHAM — Mycle Wastman, a Seattle soul singer who entertained millions of television viewers last fall on “The Voice,” will be the featured performer in a “Liam’s Journey” benefit concert ...
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