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WHATCOM — A week after their freshman year at Washington State University came to a close last May, 19-year-olds Zan Roman and Cameron Coupe left on a trip from Seattle to New York. They’re almost ...
Reference Number(s) of Documents assigned or released: 2060900311 Document Title: NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Grantor: Bishop, Marshall & Weibel, P.S. Grantee: Turns East Abbreviated Legal Description ...
SEMIAHMOO — The cheery yellow paint on the reenergized Semiahmoo Resort serves as more than a fresh look. It gives the resort a fresh perspective. With a 26-year history that spiraled into closure by ...
Upon the death of father Sol Lewis in June 1953, brothers William and Julian inherited the role of now guiding The Lynden Tribune themselves. They bought out their mother’s interest and became partners, ...
LYNDEN — The entire Christian Hope Association is under one roof at the New Hope Center at 205 S. British Columbia Ave. Christian Hope Association, which runs the Project Hope food bank, New Way Ministries ...
LYNDEN — Savonne Sterk of Lynden has been selected to participate in the 2014 Miss Pre-Teen Seattle pageant on Saturday, Oct. 11. Sterk was accepted into the competition following an application and ...
Polecat, a folk band from Bellingham, will be featured in the upcoming Lynden Music Festival with an appearance Friday, Oct. 10, in the Lynden Pioneer Museum. Tickets are $10. For a full schedule of the ...
WHATCOM — Due to the increase in fuel moisture levels and available fire resources, the Fire Marshal’s Office lifted the ban on outdoor burning in the unincorporated county on Saturday, Sept. 27. Outdoor ...
WHATCOM — Unsafe levels of paralytic shellfish poisoning biotoxin (“red tide”) have been detected in molluscan shellfish on some Whatcom County beaches. As a result, the Washington State Department ...
WHATCOM — Citizen activists with Pledge to Amend, a campaign decrying corporate power over democracy in the United States, are mobilizing locally too. Locally, voters can expect Whatcom Move to Amend ...