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WHATCOM — Effective this year, 8,800 acres of forest land around Lake Whatcom transfers to Whatcom County from the Washington Department of Natural Resources through a reconveyance. These lands are ...
LYNDEN — In an effort to safely dispose of unused or expired medications, the Lynden Police Department will take such products from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 26. The event is at the Lynden ...
ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Look for facility upgrades at the border crossing just north of Lynden. On Monday, Steven Blaney, Canada’s Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, announced that Lark ...
LYNDEN — A young mother, speaking during City Council open session April 7, raised concerns about fluoride in city water, and veteran City Council member Gary Bode later said the issue is up for discussion ...
WHATCOM — The Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County is in the process of gathering community input through a series of roundtable meetings. “This is a significant part of the strategic plan our ...
EVERSON — The Everson Lions Club is planning a Saturday, April 12, spaghetti dinner that will be a benefit for the Oso mudslide victims. The cost will be donations only that will go 100 percent to victims ...
LYNDEN — “The Mouse That Roared” will be the next production at the Claire vg Thomas Theatre, on stage May 1-18. This is a hilarious comedy about the tiny European Duchy of Grand Fenwick that is ...
WHATCOM — The median price of first-quarter home sales in the county rose 1.6 percent to $249,000, according to real-estate agent Lylene Johnson of The Muljat Group. However, that increase was due primarily ...
WHATCOM — On Saturday, April 12, Democrats around the state will gather to discuss and update their county platforms, which are statements of beliefs, goals, and hopes. In Whatcom County, the convention ...
ACME — Gary Knaus has served the Acme Fire Hall for 38 years, first as a firefighter and then as a Fire District 16 commissioner. The district is hosting a retirement party to thank him for his years ...