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SKAGIT — Even as the National Transportation Safety Board continues investigating the Interstate 5 Skagit River bridge collapse, Washington State Department of Transportation officials have announced ...
The first day of the 1A and 2A state golf tournaments took Whatcom County golfers south on Tuesday, setting up final-day dramatics on Wednesday. 2A boys at Chambers Bay Three Lynden golfers shot within ...
LYNDEN — Although they are popular in Europe, Lynden’s Laurel Fishbook has started what is only Washington state’s third laser liposuction treatment facility here. Define Laser MediSpa, which opened ...
LYNDEN — To say that in 2009 Whatcom County residents were skeptical of roundabouts puts it mildly. Some folks were downright terrified of navigating a circular traffic set-up, complete with acceleration, ...
GLACIER — Without funding there’s no way of telling when the now-closed Glacier Creek Road — the only access to Heliotrope Ridge and the main Mt. Baker climbing route — can get repaired and reopened, ...
A 79-year-old Bellingham-based pilot on his final approach into the Lynden Airport crashed on Thursday evening. As the pilot headed west toward the Depot Road airport, the sun glared in his eyes at about ...
LYNDEN — Wayne Brink’s professional career can be broken into about decade-long chunks. Now it’s time for the pharmacist’s latest move: retirement. Brink, who took over Parker’s Drug Store in ...
WHATCOM — Each year, over 10,000 Whatcom County residents walk or bike to their Friday destinations as part of the annual Bike To Work And School Day. Expect the same this Friday, May 17. With about ...
BURLINGTON — Lynden’s Hats Off has opened a second location in Burlington. The new Hats Off location, which opened on May 1 at 145 Cascade Place, will feature business and team uniforms or spirit wear ...
Let me give you a hint: Those little quacker noisemakers they try to sell you before you get on the Ride the Ducks of Seattle do have a certain level of annoyance to them, but, boy, are they a hoot if ...