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LYNDEN — The Lynden Pioneer Museum has received its oldest photo of the Lynden Cemetery yet. The photo, which shows a man with six children at a grave, is from just after the turn of the century, said ...
WHATCOM — As part of the Center for Disease Control’s National Diabetes Prevention Program, WSU Whatcom County Extension is hosting a non-commercial year-long program focused on diabete prevention ...
SEATTLE — In the state’s first study to examine driver use of electronic devices, investigators from the University of Washington found that more than 8 percent of drivers were engaged in the use of ...
LYNDEN — Out with the old and in with the new. That’s exactly where things stand at the Main Street culvert replacement project just west of Lynden Middle School. Crews from Interwest Construction ...
BURLINGTON — The temporary Interstate 5 bridge spanning the Skagit River has only a few more days of use before crews slide over into place the permanent replacement on Saturday evening. Barring any ...
RAINY PASS – Heavy rain caused more mud and rock slides over State Route 20 in several locations, indefinitely closing a 24-mile stretch between the North Cascades passes. With heavier rains expected ...
WHATCOM — Lynden could have a new marijuana-dispensing retail outlet by next June, according to rules approved by the Washington State Liquor Control Board. And it is all part of a large-scale plan to ...
LYNDEN — The city of Lynden’s expectation of $6.4 million in state Public Works Trust Fund money was cut from the state’s 2013-15 budget this summer. That leaves city officials looking for new ways ...
LYNDEN — Shopping in the Lynden Food Pavilion will look a lot fresher in mid-fall once a complete store upgrade has been finished, said The Markets LLC spokesperson Sue Cole. The Lynden store, one of ...
WHATCOM — The first-ever Run4Refuge is set for Saturday, Sept. 28, at Lake Padden. The family event, which includes a 2.6-mile walk/run, will benefit Engedi Refuge Ministries, a local ministry, and help ...