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WHATCOM — In just two months, the citizen Charter Review Commission has put forward plenty of ideas for revising the county’s “constitution,” but had passed only one before Monday night — ...
BLAINE — The opening celebration and artists’ reception for the 13th annual Wings Over Water Northwest Birding Festival is on Friday, March 13, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Semiahmoo Resort. Guests ...
BELLINGHAM — Two federal agencies have begun a planning process for restoring grizzly bears in the North Cascades region. Six open houses on the topic have been set, including one at 5 ...
WHATCOM — A Level 3 sex offender has registered a new address south of Everson, the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office reported Monday. Ronald L. Haskins is now living in the 6400 block of Lawrence ...
WHATCOM — What was Cascade Christian Services is now named Cascade Connections. The county not-for-profit agency, begun locally in 1980, sees the name change as better reflecting its commitment ...
BELLINGHAM — Whatcom Republicans hold their annual Lincoln Day dinner event on Saturday, March 21, in the Best Western Lakeway Inn. A social hour and silent auction start at 5 p.m., the dinner ...
WHATCOM — County fire districts and departments will receive 60 new vacuum splints, thanks to a grant supplemented by matching funds from the local Chuckanut Health Foundation. Gary Baar, ...
LYNDEN — Resident David Tedin believes that it was a scam attempt when he got an email on March 3 purportedly from Comcast asking him to update his online profile and give bank, phone and credit ...
BELLINGHAM — Registration is now open for free career and life success courses offered by the Whatcom Community College Turning Point program. Graduates gain skills and confidence to launch new ...
BELLINGHAM — The state 42nd District’s three legislators will host a town hall meeting on Saturday, March 14, at Whatcom Community College. The gathering will be from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Syre ...