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A Tiger Construction excavator demolishes the Old Main building on the Meridian High School campus Monday morning. The demolition of the well worn Meridian landmark, built in 1922, is a step in the ongoing ...
WHATCOM — Memorial Day services and related events are planned Monday, May 27, at local cemeteries, as follows: FOUR CEMETERIES American Legion Post 212 of Sumas and its auxiliary again conduct ...
WHATCOM — County Executive Jack Louws continues to work on financial and contractual details of an overall agreement to preserve unified emergency medical response in Whatcom County. Louws spoke May ...
WHATCOM — When public offices do not receive any candidate filings during regular filing week, state law requires a special additional three-day filing period be held, said County Auditor Debbie Adelstein. ...
LYNDEN — Help support the agricultural heritage of Whatcom County by participating in the Lynden Tribune’s Farmers Day Parade Family Photo Contest. The parade is at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 1, down ...
WHATCOM — The county has scheduled these roads for contracted asphalt paving this week, through Friday, May 24: West Wiser Lake, Northwest, King Tut, West Hemmi and West Laurel. Work will be from 7 ...
BLAINE — The information listed below is from arrests and seizures related to the U.S. Border Patrol in the Blaine Sector area of operations. For security reasons, this may not be a complete list of ...
LYNDEN — To say that in 2009 Whatcom County residents were skeptical of roundabouts puts it mildly. Some folks were downright terrified of navigating a circular traffic set-up, complete with acceleration, ...
DEMING — Fifty people hoping to keep membership in the Nooksack Tribe waited outside Tribal Court for 90 minutes Thursday while their dispute was presented before Judge Raquel Montoya-Lewis. Four uniformed ...
GLACIER — Without funding there’s no way of telling when the now-closed Glacier Creek Road — the only access to Heliotrope Ridge and the main Mt. Baker climbing route — can get repaired and reopened, ...