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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 ...
WHATCOM — At 2 p.m. Monday, March 9, the county flipped the switch on a new county website to the public. The url for the site is: http://www.whatcomcounty.us/. Now that the site is “live,” ...
WHATCOM — Do you have a stream or ditch on your property? Do you have a road or driveway crossing over the stream? If so, you probably have a culvert. These pipes are often too small to carry proper ...
WHATCOM — The Mount Baker Nurses Association will give out two scholarships for up to $750 each to county residents enrolled in an RN nursing program or an RN pursuing additional education in ...
WHATCOM — Needing cities’ agreement, the county wants to put a two-tenths-cent sales tax increase on the Aug. 4 ballot to raise the $104 million needed to build a new county jail and then continue ...
WHATCOM — Subject to Washington Conservation Commission canvassing, incumbent Larry Helm appears to be reelected to a second term in his county Conservation District supervisor position. The ...
A big construction crane has been set up on Fifth Street to help in the creation of Waples Mercantile Building, starting with a new roof over the structure. Dawson Construction is doing the $3.9 million ...
LYNDEN — Thousands of absentee ballots have made determining the winner of a Whatcom Conservation District board of supervisors race between incumbent Larry Helm and challenger Joy Monjure a bit more ...