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LYNDEN — The 110-year-old house on the southeast corner of Grover and First streets will come down within a month to make room for a new fourplex. Fatdog Investments owners Randy and Jennifer Snider, ...
WHATCOM — The husband-wife duo of Dan and Heather Powell will help shape the future of two of Whatcom County’s most community-minded nonprofits, as they have been named to head the Whatcom Family YMCA ...
WHATCOM — Farmer Ben Elenbaas wants voters to know that voting local means choosing a candidate for Whatcom County Council’s District 2 position who will preserve Whatcom County and keep major decisions ...
WHATCOM — Speaking in a general sense, Whatcom County Council District 2 candidate Ken Mann believes in a clean environment, good jobs and safe neighborhoods. But the current councilmember is plenty ...
WHATCOM — The Monday, Sept. 23, manhunt near Ferndale for 2011 Lynden murder suspect Salvador Rodriguez likely wasn’t a hunt for the fugitive after all. When a passenger bolted from a vehicle during ...
WHATCOM — When Custer native Jeni Maakad walks into the Miss Rodeo Washington pageant in Ellensburg on Thursday, she’s going to try to let the nerves dissipate, knowing this is a weekend she’s prepared ...
FERNDALE — The September house fire of Bob and Connie Nieuwendorp at 2985 Brown Rd. has led to a total loss of the house for the family. The Red Cross stepped in with initial assistance, but Paula Willand ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Lions Club’s 29th annual Train Show will fill the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds’ Henry Jansen Ag Building this weekend. With over 50,000 square feet of show space, it is one ...
WHATCOM — The path up into the Mount Baker high country will start to clear, as the National Forest Service plans to reopen Canyon Creek and Glacier Creek roads in October and November, respectively. ...
I love bridges and I certainly love the ambition that Lynden Mayor Scott Korthuis shows in at least floating his idea about a suspension bridge allowing a trail to span Fishtrap Creek near Lynden City ...