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WHATCOM — Drivers in Whatcom County will soon have more real-time traffic information at their fingertips. The Washington State Department of Transportation plans to bring online 14 new traffic cameras ...
LYNDEN -— The city now has the first ambulance utility north of Seattle, with a $6 monthly fee due to start July 1. The remaining question is: how should the money be spent? With dissenting votes, the ...
LYNDEN -— Letter carriers of the Lynden Post Office are participating in the 22nd annual food collection drive of the National Association of Letter Carriers this Saturday, May 10. Marked bags will be ...
LYNDEN — IMCO Construction, builder of the city’s new water treatment plant, has scheduled to start a second round of pile driving and installation the week of May 12. This step will involve the removal ...
FERNDALE — This year’s Festival of Flags event at Greenacres Memorial Park has the theme “Remembering the Battered and Brave” and features the J.P. Falcon Band, stories of sacrifice and bravery ...
LYNDEN — In a little over a month, the Loyal Order of Camels Club annual Kids Fishing Derby will return to Lynden. This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, June 14. Similar to previous years, the ...
OSO — Ferndale’s IMCO General Construction was awarded a $3.4 million contract to clear landslide debris off State Route 530 near Oso. IMCO was the lowest of nine bidders on the job and will follow ...
WHATCOM — The Whatcom Transportation Authority invites public opinion on several proposed route changes including two in the foothills area. A public hearing was held on Tuesday, May 6, at 5:30 p.m. ...
LYNDEN -— Lynden High School’s third annual Culture Night is this Friday night, May 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. This event features free cultural food samples made by LHS students ...
WHATCOM — Bike to Work and School Day will be held countywide on Friday, May 16, from 6:30 to 9:30 a.m. Anyone who walks or rides their bike that morning can stop by a Celebration Station for snacks ...