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WHATCOM — Free tax preparation service will again be offered by AARP Tax-Aide at several sites in the county. Service will be offered starting the first week of February, by appointment only, at the ...
WHATCOM — The county’s median price of homes sold last year rose 3.2 percent in comparison to 2011, to $250,000. Also, the number of residential units sold increased by 12.8 percent to 2,077, the county’s ...
LYNDEN — Watch for the opening of yet another restaurant at Homestead Golf & Country Club. The Reserve at Homestead is now closed and a new group of owners has taken over, shutting down food service ...
WHATCOM — Two Sumas wood processing plants, Cedarprime and Teal-Jones Lumber Services, are among the top ten regional recipients of 2012 awards from the Northwest Clean Air Agency. PeaceHealth St. Joseph ...
WHATCOM — A new law went into effect on Tuesday requiring that carbon monoxide (CO) alarm devices be installed in nearly all buildings classified as residential occupancies. This includes single-family ...
WHATCOM — The Bellingham Farmers Market is taking applications from farmers, producers and crafters in Whatcom and Skagit counties who are looking for new markets and more face-to-face time with customers. ...
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, ...
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 ...
WHATCOM — DeWaard & Bode, owned by Lyndenite Jerry Roorda, has launched a program that will recycle used appliances with 100 percent of the proceeds being donated to nonprofit organizations in Whatcom ...
LYNDEN — Those who worked on the renovation and complete remodel of two historic buildings in downtown Lynden to turn them into the combined Jansen Art Center knew they had a special project. Now others ...