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LYNDEN -— Mayor Scott Korthuis has introduced a 2015 preliminary city budget of $55.6 million overall, with just under $11 million of that in the main General Fund for city operations. The budget is ...
LYNDEN -— A four-man roofing crew at a Woodcreek Drive residential property avoided serious injury Friday after glue they were working with exploded into flames. However, three workers were taken to ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Planning Commission’s public hearing on a proposed rezone for the North Sound Retail Center is set for Thursday, Nov. 13. The applicants, Powell Development and Barghausen Engineers, ...
WHATCOM — Following a ten-month investigation, two Everson-area men were arrested Oct. 22 and booked into Whatcom County Jail on suspicion of being involved in the sale of methamphetamine and heroin ...
WHATCOM — The Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association is a community-based nonprofit dedicated to restoring sustainable wild salmon runs in Whatcom County. NSEA is into its fall round of work parties ...
FERNDALE — It will be safer and easier to use Slater Road near Interstate 5 in a few weeks, once construction crews finish building new compact roundabouts at three intersections. Work began Oct. 29 ...
EVERETT — The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is taking public comment until Dec. 1 on whether to allow leasing a portion of National Forest lands surrounding Mt. Baker for potential geothermal ...
OLYMPIA — The end of daylight saving time on Sunday, Nov. 2, signaled more than a turning back of the clocks. It’s also a time to use extra caution on our state’s roadways. Between October and January ...
WHATCOM -— Certain vacancies on county boards and commissions are filled by appointment of the County Executive with confirmation by the County Council. Appointees must be registered voters and residents ...
OLYMPIA — On Nov. 11, 1889, President Benjamin Harrison signed the proclamation admitting Washington to the Union. Now, with this year marking Washington’s 125th anniversary, the Washington State Historical ...