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WHATCOM — Male Ensemble Northwest, a regional men’s singing group of 14 choral music educators, will be performing twice in concert locally the weekend of Feb. 7-8. They will be guest ...
BELLINGHAM — All are invited to learn more about the realities of human trafficking at “Not in Our Community! Sex Trafficking in the Northwest,” a 7 p.m. program on Thursday, Feb. 5, in Whatcom ...
BLAINE — A 53-year-old Blaine man died at the scene where he was crossing an intersection on a bicycle at 5:37 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 23, and was struck by a pickup truck, according to the Washington ...
CUSTER — U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Canada Border Services Agency will hold a ribbon-cutting opening ceremony for their newly relocated joint Trusted Traveler Enrollment Center. The ...
LYNDEN — Lynden Christian School has chosen Paul Bootsma to replace outgoing superintendent Don Kok when he retires following the 2014-15 school year. Bootsma currently serves as principal and ...
LYNDEN — This is a problem when buildings are well over 100 years old. The bricks and mortar that form the common wall between the condemned 401 Front St. building and adjoining Dutch Mothers Family ...
OLYMPIA — It’s time to pull the plug on Bertha, the tunnel boring machine that has been stuck under downtown Seattle for more than a year without budging, say two state senators, including Doug ...
WHATCOM — Two weeks ago, in the wake of recent avian flu cases, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency banned the import of all poultry and poultry products from Washington state. The ban has ...
WHATCOM — The 2015 county Charter Review Commission will meet on the second and fourth Mondays of each month, the 15-member group decided at its first meeting on Jan. 12. At least the first ...
OLYMPIA — Among some competing oil-train safety bills in the state Legislature, Sen. Doug Ericksen, R-Ferndale, believes his “keeps to the track.” Oil-train safety will again be a major ...