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New industry effort aims to get out a fuller picture of relevant issues By Calvin Bratt email@example.com WHATCOM — Last March ...
Tractor Supply now open LYNDEN — The former Cost Cutter building at 1898 Front St. officially became Tractor Supply when the store opened its doors over the weekend. The national chain started ...
Three other locals injured ELLENSBURG — 2015 Lynden High School graduate Sofia Milstead died when the car she was driving veered off Interstate 90 west of Ellensburg. Milstead’s 1999 Subaru Legacy, ...
KENDALL — Big changes will come to Kendall as construction started Monday on a new roundabout at the intersection of state routes 542 and 547. Contractor crews working for the Washington State Department ...
LYNDEN — The Puget Sound Antique Tractor & Machinery Association holds its annual show of all farm machinery relics this week, July 29 through Aug. 1, at Berthusen Park northwest of town. For 44 ...
LYNDEN — The high-octane excitement of motocross races and some good-natured competition among local dogs will join the animals, carnival, entertainers and other fan favorites Aug. 17-22 at the 105th ...
BELLINGHAM — The Border Policy Research Institute at Western Washington University will do a two-year research project looking at the movement of freight across the Canadian-U.S. border at the three ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Community Center is in desperate need of kitchen volunteers right now, said manager Cathi LeCocq. A number of regular volunteers are unable to continue because of health issues ...
WHATCOM — The County Council seeks applicants to write the voter pamphlet con statements and rebuttals for Propositions 4, 5, 6 and 8 on the Nov. 3 general election. For each ballot measure, the council ...
BELLINGHAM — Whatcom Community College has been awarded a $583,865 state grant to expand instructional programs to prepare students for emerging careers in the healthcare industry. The Hospital Employee ...