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The table for Precinct 140, between Everson and Lynden, awaits further action at the Democratic caucuses held Saturday morning at Nooksack Valley High School. The voting here and across the county and Washington State went strongly for presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

Whatcom ‘feels the Bern’ for Sanders

The table for Precinct 140, between Everson and Lynden, awaits further action at the Democratic caucuses held Saturday morning at Nooksack Valley High School. The voting here and across the county and ...

Pot not welcome in Lynden

After years of moratoriums, Lynden exercises option to ban marijuana business LYNDEN ­— Marijuana is now officially and permanently banned in town. It’s been a drawn-out process getting here, but ...

Unity Care NW planning new Portal Way facility

Services to expand with lab, pharmacy FERNDALE — North Whatcom County’s medical services are about to get a big boost, if Unity Care NW has its way. Unity Care already has a presence in downtown Ferndale, ...
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Avenue Bread opens, completes Waples

General manager Chris Webster was even serving tables as Avenue Bread opened last week to busy crowds in its corner of the Waples Mercantile Building. Avenue is the last of the Waples business tenants ...
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Praise 106.5 moves from Lynden

Friday was the last day of operations in Lynden for radio station KWPZ Praise 106.5 and morning show co-host Jim Bouma.  The station’s offices were in a suite in the Barkley district of Bellingham ...

Lynden Chevron station sells for $2.28 million

LYNDEN — The Chevron station at the corner of Guide Meridian Road and West Front Street sold in March for $2.28 million. The property at 8195 Guide Meridian Rd. includes .9 acres and a convenience store. Joshin ...

Sygitowicz wins Conservation District seat

WHATCOM — Theresa Sygitowicz has been elected to a seat on the Whatcom Conservation District board of supervisors, winning more than half the votes among three candidates. In the March 15 election, Sygitowicz ...

Faber Construction adds four to management

LYNDEN — Faber Construction has added four team members to help support both its Lynden and King County offices. “With new projects throughout Western Washington, including some involving our new King ...
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Hitting the mark

Regional school archery competition was held in a Lynden Middle School gym on Saturday, March 19. Pictured nearest in this round is Devin Woodliff of Oak Harbor Middle School. Whatcom homeschoolers and ...
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Celebrating 60 years of local dairy

Dairy Women proclamation Whereas, the Whatcom County Dairy Women organization was established in 1956 and celebrates its 60th anniversary in 2016; and    Whereas, the Whatcom County Dairy Women educate ...