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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 ...
WHATCOM — Ballots will be mailed out on Wednesday, Jan. 21, to registered voters in areas that have a special election on Feb. 10. Those include: the cities of Ferndale, Everson and Nooksack; the ...
WHATCOM — County Public Works Director Frank Abart has resigned from his position, effective Feb. 13, County Executive Jack Louws announced on Friday. “We wish Frank well as he takes ...
OLYMPIA — Whatcom County dentist Faith Bult has been charged by the state Dental Commission with unprofessional conduct. With an office in Fairhaven, Bult allegedly practiced beyond the scope ...
BELLINGHAM — As a service, Lighthouse Mission Ministries has extended the Drop-In Center hours to include weekends, accommodating men and women experiencing homelessness during winter weather. Formerly ...
LYNDEN — When it comes to restoring old machinery, the key is often to work backwards. Sometimes, backwards by more than a century. That has been the case with the 1910 steamroller that is ...
WHATCOM — Amber Itle, field veterinarian with the Washington State Department of Agriculture, spent Monday “testing birds all day” even though officially it was a holiday. One of her ...