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LYNDEN — Elements Hospitality is still forming potential uses for the basement of Dutch Village Mall while continuing on a path of creating 12 rooms at the Dutch Village Inn. During an update given ...
OLYMPIA — A new rule was passed in the state Senate on its first day in 2015 session requiring a two-thirds vote of the chamber on procedural motions prior to final passage of bills creating new ...
2015 session starts Monday; 42nd District GOP delegation against tax hikes OLYMPIA — For Luanne Van Werven, the experience of being sworn in as the 42nd District’s newest legislator on Monday, ...
If passed, funds will replace middle school, replace/remodel Fisher, pay off Line Road property LYNDEN — The Lynden School Board voted Thursday night to approve a resolution that will put a $48 million ...
LYNDEN — Those who depended on Vern Miedema’s mechanical skills at the Lynden School District bus garage say it will be hard to go on not having him around doing his conscientious work. About ...
LYNDEN — As the price of crude oil continues to fall on the international market, the price of gasoline drops locally, down more than $1 per gallon from the same time last year. The national average ...
LYNDEN — The local Boy Scouts will again hold a community Christmas tree pickup and recycling event, this year on Saturday, Jan. 10. Within the Lynden city limits, the scouts will pick up trees ...
WHATCOM — The 15 individuals who were elected in November to be 2015 Whatcom County Charter Review Commissioners will meet for the first time at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 12, in the garden-level conference ...
WHATCOM — A 68-year-old Deming man died early Saturday, Jan. 3, after his vehicle left the 3300 block of East Smith Road, struck a mailbox and rolled over, the Washington State Patrol reported. ...
EVERETT — Get outdoors and learn about winter ecology while taking a guided snowshoeing walk in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. No experience is needed for the February and March walks ...