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BELLINGHAM — Tax-Aide, sponsored by the AARP Foundation, seeks a few volunteers to assist taxpayers with their returns in Whatcom County. Tax-Aide has provided free income tax preparation in Whatcom ...
WHATCOM — The date of three districts’ annual meetings has been changed. Instead of being on Sept. 29 as originally announced (Sept. 23 Tribune), they will be on Wednesday, Oct. 7. Diking District ...
Thursday, Oct. 1 • Lynden City Council Public Safety Committee, City Hall Annex, 205 Fourth St., 4 p.m. • Commissioners of Lynden Regional Parks and Recreation District, southeast conference room, ...
LYNDEN — The City of Lynden can now treat more water and make it of higher quality with the opening of its brand-new $30 million water treatment plant located south of the Historic Downtown Business ...
Brooke Hanson firstname.lastname@example.org EVERSON — Stoney Ridge Farm opens on Saturday, Oct. 3, for its final fall season, and the Gavette family, ...
Brooke Hanson email@example.com LYNDEN — The two planned new public schools, Lynden Middle and Fisher Elementary, will be built ...
LYNDEN — The effort to restore Pepin Creek to a natural state between Double Ditch and Benson roads, north of Main Street, has hit a critical point in the land acquisition phase. The city has started ...
Drinkable water is now being produced by the new Lynden Waterworks treatment plant. The $32 million facility, over two years in construction, started operation on Sept. 18 and is being put through various ...
LYNDEN — Should a UTV be allowed on city streets? That question occupied the Lynden City Council for a long discussion Monday, as Laurie Morgan — formerly of Riverton, Wyoming, where UTVs are allowed ...
LYNDEN — Dick Vandenberg, owner of property directly west of the new Preferred Freezer location, has taken his appeal of five permits granted to the national freezer chain by the City of Lynden to Whatcom ...