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LYNDEN — Lynden business owners, it’s not too late to enter the annual Scarecrow Decorating Contest. Make a traditional scarecrow or let your imagination run wild, says the sponsoring Lynden Chamber ...
WHATCOM — The first Whatcom Wedding Tour takes place on Sunday, Oct. 18. Seven of the eight venues on the tour — including the Ferndale Events Center, Fox Hall at Hampton Inn, Hotel Bellwether, Shuksan ...
GOOSEBERRY POINT — Lummi Island ferry rates changed on Oct. 4, and the new punch cards are now available for purchase on the Whatcom Chief ferry. The punch cards are also available for purchase at Whatcom ...
BELLINGHAM — Starting in November, the restored 1858 brick building at 1308 E St. will have open house every second Sunday of the month from 1 to 4 p.m. Members of the Whatcom County Historical Society ...
BURLINGTON — Following an extensive six-month senior executive search, Skagit Bank has announced the hiring of Ken Johnson as president and chief operating officer. Johnson began his new role on Sept. ...
Wednesday, Oct. 7 • Lynden City Council Public Works Committee, second floor meeting room, City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8 • Commissioners of Whatcom County Fire District 1, ...
Four kids safely emerge from the potentially confusing hay maze set up in the Fairway Center parking lot as part of Harvest Festival Saturday. From left are Gage Bedlington, Kodi King, Colton Timmer ...
LYNDEN — Elected city leaders are getting pay raises and most department heads will see small increases, with a few exceptions. The Lynden City Council on Monday passed two salary-setting ordinances. ...
By Brooke Hanson email@example.com LYNDEN — Lynden Door Inc. has created an organization called the Technic Training Center to ...
As crews worked last week on the demolition of 401 Front St. they had to ensure the wall connecting the 106-year-old building to a neighboring restaurant remained supported. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)