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LYNDEN — Teri Treat, co-owner of the coming Waples Mercantile Building in the former Delft Square location, has announced the signing of Avenue Bread as the revitalized building’s “premier tenant.” ...
LYNDEN — Whatcom Farmers Cooperative (WFC) of Lynden and CHS Inc., a national farmer-owned cooperative, released a statement saying that the two co-ops have been in discussions about a potential merger ...
LYNDEN — After opening its first Skagit County location on College Way in Mount Vernon at the end of 2014, Lynden-based The Woods Coffee has announced that its next location will be next to Costco in ...
BELLINGHAM — Haggen has started the process of converting 145 Albertsons and Safeway stores throughout Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada and Arizona to the Haggen brand in February. But don’t ...
LYNDEN — Wayne Steenbock, Christian Health Care Center administrator, said that adult day health is the future of health care. CHCC sets itself up for the future with the planned Northwest Adult Day ...
LYNDEN — Following last week’s announcement of RadioShack Corp.’s bankruptcy, Todd Likkel, owner of Lloyd’s Electronics in Lynden’s Fairway Center, said the authorized RadioShack dealer will ...
LYNDEN — The long-standing question of what will go into the former Cost Cutter building at 19th and Front streets has an answer: Tractor Supply Company. The Tennessee-based company with nearly ...
WHATCOM — Nooksack Valley Disposal & Recycling surpassed more than 6 million pounds of materials, yard waste and food waste recycled in 2014 by Whatcom County residents, the fourth consecutive year ...
LYNDEN — Kelley Bouma has kept the shipping portion of Timekeepers alive, taking over the business on Jan. 10 in the Fairway Center. “It actually totally fell in my lap,” Bouma said. “My ...
LYNDEN — While always a moving target, the owners of the planned Waples Mercantile Building, formerly Delft Square, plan to start the nine-month construction process on the Front Street building “on ...