- Business Directory
- Special Sections
- Northwest Washington Fair Magazine 8.12.15
- Country Life 8.12.15
- Encore 07.29.15
- Summer Drive Whatcom 7.22.15
- Everson-Nooksack News 7.08.15
- Health Care Guide 6.17.2015
- Graduation Section 6.03.15
- Play Whatcom 5.20.15
- Coupon Book 05.15
- Wrap 05.15
- Spring Home & Garden 04.22.15
- Spring Sports Magazine 04.01.15
- Who’s Who 3.25.15
- Home & Garden Show Preview 3.04.15
- Healthy Living 1.28.15
- Progress Edition 2.25.15
- Lynden Chamber Directory 01.2015
- Best of Lynden 12.31.14
- Kids Design An Ad 11.26.14
- Christmas Songbook 11.26.14
- Veterans Day Tab 11.05.14
- Fire Prevention Tab 10.01.14
- Lynden Rodeo Program
- Contact Us
- Log in
SUMAS — An unidentified man was shot and killed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent Thursday afternoon on Kneuman Road west of Sumas. The agency reports that the agent was involved in a confrontation ...
WHATCOM — For Georgina Furlong-Head, it’s all about the patrons, and it always has been. Furlong-Head, branch manager of the North Fork Library in Kendall, began working in the Whatcom County ...
FERNDALE — Whatcom County residents will benefit from an improved viewing experience at Tennant Lake, thanks to a Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife project that added a new layer of lumber ...
Lynden teacher and Blaine resident Evelyn Hoefakker is launching her cookbook, “Such Great Recipes,” at the March 19-21 Spring Craft & Antique Show. (Courtesy photo) LYNDEN — Handcrafted ...
FERNDALE — At about 11:30 a.m. Friday, March 13, after several months of investigation, deputies of the Whatcom Gang and Drug Task Force executed a search warrant for heroin in the 4500 block of ...
LYNDEN — Joining with the goals of the ended Cystic Fibrosis Bike-a-Thon, the Melanie Ann Plagerman Memorial CF Benefit Show will take place Sunday, March 22, in the Washington Tractor Arena of ...
LYNDEN — The Citizens for Lynden Schools group is planning a Saturday, March 28 rally to drum up support for the upcoming school bond election. Festivities will be based at the Northwest ...
LYNDEN — Phone calls to Lynden residents warning of a threat of arrest if the call receiver doesn’t send money to the IRS or U.S. Treasury should be ignored and treated as a scam, according to John ...
LYNDEN — Equestrian vaulting, a sport of dance and gymnastics on horseback, returns to the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds as a free competition open to the public March 27-29. “Vault ...
WHATCOM — Starting Thursday, March 19, a contractor will be working to repair Slater Road roadway settlement west of Elder Road, Whatcom County Public Works reports. The work is expected ...