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Vehicle got stuck in mud Sunday night along Sorenson Road near Nooksack WHATCOM — Authorities urgently seek information from anyone who may have seen, talked to or assisted the driver of a vehicle ...
Checks of $6,092.50 each went to the two recipient community organizations from the Lynden Tribune Readers Care Fund last week. Giving was in November and December. Upper photo: Pictured at the Project ...
LYNDEN — It’s official. You should do random acts of kindness Feb. 9-15. The Lynden City Council on Monday approved and Mayor Scott Korthuis signed a proclamation making next week Random ...
WHATCOM — The Whatcom Conservation District has an election for one local supervisor position on Tuesday, March 10. All registered voters in Whatcom County are eligible to vote. However, ...
WHATCOM — The county puts on its next free septic inspection workshop on Thursday, Feb. 12, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Ferndale Whatcom Educational Credit Union building, 5659 Pacific Highway, Ferndale. This ...
SEATTLE — The Washington Department of Ecology has fined Lynden-based Alaskan Leader Fisheries LLC $11,000 for a 2013 oil spill into Elliott Bay from one of its fishing vessels. The Bristol ...
OLYMPIA — On Jan. 28 the Capital building was filled with farmers, dairy women and youth dairy ambassadors — it was the annual Dairy Day at the Legislature. Janis DeJager, the current Washington ...
OLYMPIA — The Washington State Department of Transportation has filed a $17 million lawsuit to recoup the costs of response and repair from the 2013 over-height vehicle collision that caused a portion ...
LYNDEN — Because of Internal Revenue Service cutbacks, Whatcom County residents seeking printed tax forms will find fewer of them in their community libraries. “Some basic forms may be ...
OLYMPIA — The area around Mount Baker is one of the new map updates from the Washington Department of Natural Resources, the agency announced on Feb. 2. In all, three new maps have been published ...