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LYNDEN — State Route 539 north of Lynden near the Canadian border will continue to have daytime closures today. Contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation are restriping ...
BELLNGHAM — A new trail linking Fairhaven Park to the Chuckanut Community Forest was opened on Oct. 8. The wide gravel trail leads from the park to 18th Street, off Fairhaven Parkway, replacing a path ...
Wednesday, Nov. 4 • Whatcom County Agricultural Advisory Committee, Northwest Annex conference room, Planning and Development Services, 5280 Northwest Dr., Bellingham, 3:30 p.m. On the agenda: Paula ...
By Elisa Claassen for the Lynden Tribune SUMAS — Friday, Oct. 30, marked the last day at Sumas City Hall for long-time utilities superintendent Rod Fadden, who also wore other job hats over the decades. ...
WHATCOM — The District 2 County Council race between Kathy Kershner and Satpal Sidhu is a virtual toss-up through the first big count of votes. Just 14 votes separate the two, in Kershner’s favor, ...
LYNDEN — Nearly 150 farmers, family members and farm business people packed Peoples Place at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds on Oct. 29 to meet with Washington State Department of Ecology director ...
LYNDEN — Was it just some unintended mistakes all around, or was it intentional misconduct by City Administrator Mike Martin? The City Council struggled through four divided votes on Monday — with ...
MOUNT BAKER — After a recording-setting year and the longest season ever, State Route 542 between the Mount Baker Ski Area and Artist Point is now closed. On Sunday, Nov. 1, Washington State Department ...
LYNDEN — The city has received a mild demerit in its latest financial review by the Washington State Auditor’s Office. The “management letter” Lynden received last week in one area is less of ...
BELLINGHAM — Kathy Kershner and Satpal Sidhu, vying for a District 2 Whatcom County Council seat, were seldom in conflict as they laid out goals for county government at the League of Women Voters forum ...