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BELLINGHAM — The owner of two Glacier area mink farms is being fined $48,000 by the Washington State Department of Ecology for discharging water contaminated with manure into nearby salmon-bearing creeks ...
BELLEVUE — The co-lead agencies reviewing the proposed bulk-cargo shipping terminal and rail spur improvements at Cherry Point have posted online their report summarizing and categorizing comments received ...
TWISP — Work has started on clearing State Route 20 (North Cascades Highway) of snow, with a goal of opening it by the first weekend in May. Washington State Department of Transportation crews may even ...
WHATCOM — Sustainable Connections has released its free 2013 Whatcom Food & Farm Finder, the region’s comprehensive guide and map to local food and agriculture just as the Bellingham Farmers Market ...
BELLINGHAM — Travelers could enjoy a full-service hotel at the Bellingham International Airport if a hotel development plan by the Port of Bellingham is approved and moves forward. “We recognize that ...
OLYMPIA — Sen. Doug Ericksen, GOP-Ferndale, on March 28 criticized Gov. Jay Inslee’s proposal for new taxes totaling $1.4 billion in the next two years, including tax increases on businesses, oil refineries, ...
LYNDEN — The committee planning this summer’s Lynden High School alumni reunion is looking for photos of two of the many country schools that were absorbed into the Lynden School District decades ...
Lynden Municipal Court was held on March 27, 2013, and the following people were found guilty: Giovanni Aragon Pena, 22, of Lynden, making a false statement to a public servant. Jarrid Gharet, 26, of Yakima, ...
LAUREL — Sometimes, “ahead of schedule” is a bit of an understatement. That’s the case this week, as Meridian High Schoolers move into their new 50,000-square-foot education building. The original ...
LYNDEN — When Ken Stremler was 19, he had a rough day at work at Snow Ford Sales, cutting his head on the under side of a car and smashing his finger with a tool in quick succession. By lunch break he ...