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WHATCOM — What started as a manageable amount of snow on Saturday turned into so much more by Sunday morning. And while the forecast continued to call for rain and melting by Sunday evening and into ...
LYNDEN — Three percent isn’t much in the world of small-town elections. Both supporters and opponents of the Lynden School District’s $46 million bond proposal — which failed in a Feb. 11 election ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Performing Arts Guild is bringing a brand-new show to town when “Bingo! The Winning Musical” hits the stage on Thursday, Feb. 27. The show is about friendship, director Laura ...
BELLINGHAM — Finally, there is no weaving around and working inside cordoned-off construction zones of Bellingham International Airport. The $38.6 million terminal rebuild project is all done. Port ...
LYNDEN — Even after the Washington State Legislature pulled roughly $3 million of funding for Lynden’s Pepin Creek project in the waning days of the final 2013 session, the city’s Public Works department ...
LYNDEN — City leaders don’t plan to charge anywhere near the full cost of ambulance service as a utility fee, Mayor Scott Korthuis cautioned a public-hearing crowd Tuesday. A monthly billing, if ...
LYNDEN — When U.S. marshals and the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office called, Lynden police were ready to help arrest an ex-felon the two entities were looking for, even if the suspect was likely to ...
WHATCOM — Three Montana representatives of business, agriculture and government visited the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal site at Cherry Point on Monday and said they hope they can count on a trade ...
LYNDEN — A Thursday, Feb. 20 meeting of the Lynden Burial Society will help determine the future of the 113-year-old group. Board members have sent out a letter to the existing 255 members advising ...
WHATCOM — Just one candidate, Dan Heeringa of Sumas, is on the ballot for the Whatcom Conservation District supervisor election of March 11. No other candidates declared by the Jan. 31 deadline, said ...