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River canoe teams in the Ski to Sea Race pass by so-called Shumway’s gravel bar on the Nooksack River at Noon and Abbott roads south of Lynden Sunday. In the high water and natural turbulence, plenty ...
LYNDEN — When Lynden residents drove down Grover Street in April, it was tough to miss that something unusual was going on at the Lynden Tribune warehouse. In fact, employees of the Tribune were working ...
BELLINGHAM — The Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County’s annual giving campaign takes a new approach this year. Contributors are asked to be the “ONE” to make a difference for “ONE” child ...
WHATCOM -— The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad crossing at Birch Bay-Lynden Road is completly closed to vehicle traffic this week for widening and upgrade of the crossing. The closure started on ...
WHATCOM — State Sen. Doug Ericksen and Rep. Vincent Buys will host a Lynden meeting titled “Water Solutions for Whatcom County” at 5 p.m. Thursday, May 29, in the Lynden Community/Senior Center, ...
WHATCOM — A 2013 project that brought stormwater improvements to the Birch Bay watershed has won an award from the American Society of Civil Engineers Seattle Section. The Cottonwood neighborhood drainage ...
WHATCOM — A new reinforced concrete girder bridge over the Nooksack River South Fork will be built just south of the existing structure for Potter Road near VanZandt. Starting this summer, the project ...
WHATCOM — Satpal Sidhu, a former Fulbright Scholar and head of a solar energy services company, has signed up to run for the 42nd District House of Representatives Position 1. Sidhu, of Lynden, now is ...
WHATCOM -— Former Whatcom County Council member Bill Knutzen, of Lynden, is now in the race for the open 42nd District state representative seat. Knutzen, at-large representative on the County Council ...
WHATCOM — County District Court Judge Matthew Elich is seeking reelection without opposition. He filed May 12 for another four-year term. Elich has been on the District Court bench since 2001, making ...