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SUMAS — More than 10 years ago, the Sumas Lions Club came up with the idea of the annual Christmas in the Park event. Back then, however, there was uncertainty how it would fare. “We were like, ‘Let’s ...
WHATCOM -— An estimated 105,000 unauthorized immigrants in Washington State could get relief from deportation under the deferred-action initiatives announced by President Obama in a prime-time speech ...
TWISP -— The latest blast of wintry weather on State Route 20, the North Cascades Highway, will keep it closed until next spring. The Washington State Department of Transportation temporarily closed ...
Thursday and Friday, Nov. 27-28 Many public offices are closed both days for the Thanksgiving holiday. Monday, Dec. 1 Lynden City Council Finance Committee, first floor meeting room, City Hall, 300 Fourth ...
WHATCOM -— Bellingham, Ferndale, Blaine and Everson all will receive state Transportation Improvement Board grants for important road projects. The biggest contribution is $1.4 million toward a $3.8 ...
BELLEVUE — Puget Sound Energy electric customers have a quick, new way to keep tabs on power outages: a mobile outage reporting app that’s now available for most web-enabled smartphones and tablets. ...
LYNDEN -— It’s a typical busy Wednesday food distribution day at the Project Hope Food Bank. People of all types flow in steadily to the 205 South B.C. Ave. address to replenish their food supplies. ...
LYNDEN — After state voters approved Initiative 594 in November, Lynden Pioneer Museum Director Troy Luginbill worried about one thing: cost. Under the new law, which goes into effect Dec. 4, even private ...
LYNDEN — The Whatcom Transportation Authority board of directors voted on Thursday to remove an unused portion of the WTA’s Lynden property on Front Street from surplus. Whatcom Cemetery District 10 ...
LYNDEN — Powell Development put a stop to the public hearing on the North Sound Retail Center that had been scheduled for Nov. 13. Now it remains in the court of the development company whether that ...