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LYNDEN — The greenhouse at VanderGiessen Nursery built in 1938 just wasn’t cutting muster any longer. So the father-son duo of Alvin and David Vos ripped it out, right along with the greenhouse from ...
LYNDEN — Even while a moratorium remains in place, the eventual potential homes for a retail marijuana outlet in Lynden are few. State rules require a marijuana store to be at least 1,000 feet away from ...
LYNDEN — In a first crack at it Monday, the Lynden City Council decided not to raise the pay of councilors and the mayor. But the issue could come up again at an extra meeting of council next Monday, ...
Residents of Whatcom County Fire District 4 are asked in the Nov. 5 election to approve a permanent Emergency Medical Services (EMS) levy. More funds are needed to keep ambulance staffing at the current ...
WHATCOM — Whatcom County home sales continued to rise sharply in this year’s third quarter while the county’s median sales price again achieved a modest gain, according to a real-estate report issued ...
KENDALL — The homeowner died after an oxygen tank explosion caused a house fire on Mosquito Lake Road Oct. 12. Jerry DeBruin, Fire District 14 chief, said that the explosion shortly after midnight woke ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Police Department is joining a national Drug Enforcement Agency program to invite people to safely and securely dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs. The event runs from ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, Oct. 24, to discuss new occupancy permit rules for businesses located within residential zones. The new language added ...
LYNDEN — City officials say they use various methods of notification to the public in an emergency event. The issue arises from a natural gas line rupture on Main Street Oct. 11 during which no one was ...
LYNDEN — The arrival of bridge girders for the Main Street bridge project today, Oct. 23, will cause intermittent traffic delays in the vicinity of Main and Sixth streets, Lynden Public Works reports. ...