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WHATCOM — The county dairy industry supports a legislative effort to keep the state Department of Agriculture involved in any new regulation of farms’ impact on water quality. Over the past year, ...
OLYMPIA — The Senate on Wednesday, Feb. 10, rejected 25-24 a bill that would repeal a rule affirming that people can use restrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identity. The Washington State ...
Lynden native Chelsi Vanderpol Ervien was a singer with the Armed Forces Chorus (pictured third from left, front row) that performed in the opening ceremonies of Super Bowl 50 on Sunday. Chelsi is a 2006 ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Pioneer Museum will become the home of the green and gold once again. In celebration of the 100th anniversary of North Washington Implement Company, which began 100 years ago in the ...
LYNDEN — A 27,000-square-foot mixed-use building in east Lynden has been sold to a Utah-based firm looking to manage the building, said Lynden builder Mike Engels. MC Brothers LLC — a company formed ...
2016 Sol H. Lewis Award winner Terry DeValois, deadpans a joke on Thursday evening at the Lynden Pioneer Museum that got fellow award recipients Debbie Lagerwey, left, and Linda Card, and husbands, laughing. ...
A check for $7,080 from the Lynden Tribune Readers Care Fund was given to the Project Hope Food Bank last week. From left are: Tribune co-publishers Michael and Mary Jo Lewis, food bank director Don Kok, ...
EVERETT — The U.S. Forest Service is taking a closer look at the forest road system in the Upper Nooksack area and is looking for feedback from the public. Two public meetings will be held on the Draft ...
WHATCOM — Some screenings of the 16th annual Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival are at Whatcom County Library System sites, with discussion following each. • The Deming Library, 5044 Mt. Baker ...
LYNDEN — Valentines season can be enjoyed by the public on Saturday, Feb. 13, with a social event at Bellewood Acres. “Hearts, Wine & Chocolate” also benefits youth programs of the Lynden Noon ...