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SEATTLE — Three suspects are in U.S. custody following a standoff and subsequent manhunt involving Border Patrol agents on Tuesday, April 2, near Reese Hill and Heady Roads in the foothills above Sumas. ...
LYNDEN — The elected officials, 18 in all, of three Lynden-area governmental entities come together for their second meeting tonight at City Hall Annex, 205 Fourth St. The entities are the City of ...
OLYMPIA — Pages and editions of the Lynden Tribune from 1908 to 1922 are now viewable online at the Chronicling America website, http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov. The posting is a result of the Washington ...
FERNDALE — A 28-year-old Ferndale woman was killed after getting hit by a vehicle while walking on Imhoff Road early Thursday, according to a report from the Washington State Patrol. Trooper Mark Francis ...
LYNDEN — Bender Road north of Aaron Drive is in traffic restrictions this week as Len Honcoop Gravel does water main replacement for the City of Lynden. Southbound traffic is reduced to one lane and ...
BOTHELL — Congresswoman Suzan DelBene says she will return part of her pay this year as across-the-board cuts known as “sequestration” are currently being implemented by the federal government. DelBene ...
WHATCOM — Carl Weimer on Monday announced his intention to run again for the Whatcom County Council 3rd District seat. “My first two terms have been a wonderful combination of learning, listening, ...
WHATCOM — Rud Browne, an entrepreneur who built a local high-tech business creating employment for 360 people, including 140 here in Whatcom County, on Monday announced he will seek the County Council ...
WHATCOM — Kathy Kershner announced Monday that she is seeking re-election to the Whatcom County District 1 seat she won in 2009. She believes voters elected her to bring common sense leadership to ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Pioneer Museum Endowment Foundation will pay $18,911 to the museum in 2013, and a first-quarter payment of $4,728 was made on Tuesday, April 9. The principal amount in the endowment ...