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LYNDEN — In 42 years in local government, Bill Verwolf has found at least three things not worth fighting for: licensing cats, changing addresses, and revising a sign ordinance. “Those are things ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Planning Commission will host a public hearing on Feb. 14 on a rule requiring businesses with off-street parking to use those parking spots. But this isn’t some procedural rule ...
LYNDEN -— Speaker Terry DeValois donned Harlan Kredit’s famous bright-orange beanie cap, saying “I feel smarter already,” before telling stories about the Sol H. Lewis Award recipient Wednesday. ...
LYNDEN — The new state law legalizing marijuana hits home. Even though Lynden voters may not have wanted it, Initiative 502 passed in November, allowing possession and consumption of up to an ounce ...
KENDALL — One bicyclist was killed and one was injured when a woman collided with them on Kendall Road near Oregon Trail Road Saturday evening. According to the Washington State Patrol, Debra G. Peterson, ...
Farmers can learn about business profitability LYNDEN — Are you a new farmer trying to understand how to make your farm business profitable? Are you an experienced farmer wanting to either start ...
BELLINGHAM — Nominations for the 15th anniversary YWCA Northwest Women’s Hall of Fame awards are due by Friday, Feb. 1. Since its founding in 1999, the Northwest Hall has honored 53 women of outstanding ...
WHATCOM — A science photographer and world expert on the Shroud of Turin will speak locally March 6-7. Barrie Schwortz is one of the last scientists to have dealt with the shroud — which some believe ...
Everson-Nooksack Municipal Court was held Sept. 27, 2012, and the following people were found guilty: Dale Magden, 65, of Everson, first-degree negligent driving. Fined $200. Christian Mata Martinez, 22, ...
LYNDEN — Lynden 17-year-old Jose Martinez walked up the stairs of the Sonlight Community Church on Monday afternoon. It’s a walk he’s done over 1,000 times. The moment he enters through the doors, ...