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With salmon already running freely beneath the new bridge on Main Street in Lynden, traffic should start moving just as fluidly by late January…. This content is for subscribers only. Already a ...
OLYMPIA — The Washington Farm Labor Association has released a report on the H-2A program in Washington State for the 2013 season. H-2A is the federal program that permits farmers to obtain visas for ...
WHATCOM — The county’s agricultural land protection program is implementing an Ag-Watershed Project that needs an additional producer on its technical review committee. The grant-funded project aims ...
BELLINGHAM — The first TED Talk Tuesday event will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014, in the lower level theatre of Explorations Academy, 1701 Ellis St., two blocks south of Bellingham High School. ...
OLYMPIA — The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is starting to develop a management plan for Larrabee State Park near Bellingham. The public is invited to participate in the process by ...
WHATCOM — Volunteers with the Mt. Baker American Red Cross chapter responded to a house fire on the Pole Road near Lynden at 3:46 a.m. on Christmas Eve. The fire completely destroyed the home, leaving ...
Army Reserve Pvt. Elijah R. Andrews has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition ...
LYNDEN — In the spirit of the Dutch Village Mall’s beginnings, one of Lynden’s original landmark properties will retain its Dutch-like feel throughout a massive renovation and return to offering ...
JANUARY 2 — For peat’s sake 2,000 double dump truck loads of soggy soil must be removed before Lynden’s new water treatment plant can be built. Lynden police add first new officer since ...
WHATCOM — The county is working with a consultant on the idea of “reverse auction” of non-conforming lots in core agricultural areas in order to preserve such land for agriculture. The goal is to ...