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SUMAS -— The second Sumas Bull-a-Rama of 2014 is coming up on Saturday, Sept. 13, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the rodeo grounds. This competition features top amateur adult bull riders from the United States ...
WHATCOM -— The 9-11 Memorial Ride, an event that has been elsewhere in the United States and Canada, is coming to the Peace Arch Park this year. Border officials, military personnel and emergency responders ...
SUMAS — Ed Waterman has been growing marijuana since the 1970s, but now he has taken his operation to Sumas where he was the fifth grower-processor in Whatcom County to receive a recreational marijuana ...
WHATCOM -— A course on sustainable small farming is again planned by WSU Whatcom County Extension this year, starting on Sept. 9. It will run on two Tuesday evenings, with three full-day field trips ...
BELLINGHAM — Start the school year off right by attending a free Self-esteem and Effective Communication Workshop from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15, at Whatcom Community College. This fun and ...
OLYMPIA — Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler has announced a limited special enrollment period, effective already, for people who have experienced difficulty enrolling in health coverage through Washington’s ...
Exciting finishes were part of the annual Lynde 500 on Fourth Street in downtown Lynden on Labor Day Monday…. This content is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Login or Subscribe Now
LYNDEN -— A 35-room inn in the former Delft Square building may still not be a certainty. But the city is taking steps to help make it financially feasible. A City Council committee last week gave its ...
WHATCOM — It’s coming down to decision time for an effort to create a more unified voice for agriculture in the county. The Whatcom Ag District Coalition, a volunteer farmer team that has been at work ...
Apparently Sol Lewis and friend R.B. LeCocq did not themselves subscribe the $2,000 needed to buy the City Park property all in one afternoon, as legend has it. But Lewis, as Lynden Tribune publisher, ...