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LYNDEN — The Lynden Burial Society is making an outright pitch to draw new members into the “caring through sharing” organization. In a special push until June 30, enrollment is free for anyone ...
BOTHELL — First-term Democratic Rep. Suzan DelBene raised $297,640 in the 2014 first quarter for total cash on hand of $894,090, her re-election campaign announced April 15. In all, DelBene’s campaign ...
SKAGIT — Three state agencies are seeking additional information regarding vehicle collisions with elk on State Route 20 between Sedro Woolley and Rockport. The North Cascades Elk Workgroup includes ...
WHATCOM — It’s a year mostly for elections of state and federal offices. The exception in Whatcom County will be an election of 15 commissioners to review and possibly propose changes to the County ...
BELLINGHAM — On May 22 Sustainable Connections begins a “Future of Business: People, Planet, Profit” speaker series that replaces the previous all-day Future of Business Conference. The first speaker ...
WHATCOM — The Opportunity Council’s Energy Assistance program continues to schedule appointments by phone for the Puget Sound Energy Home Energy Lifeline Program (PSE HELP) in Whatcom County. The phone ...
LYNDEN — Everyone is admitted to an evening event this Friday, April 25, that will help three local couples dealing with cancer. The barbecue dinner, silent auction, raffle and more will be in North ...
BELLINGHAM — An April 30 tourism event includes an informational presentation on “The State of the American Traveler.” This will cover tourism trends and research, creative best practices, taking ...
WHATCOM — It was late in 1889, the year Washington became a state, that seven Whatcom County physicians came together to create the Whatcom County Medical Society. Now at age 125, the professional association ...
PUYALLUP — Evergreen Hall of the Washington State Fair Event Center was gutted by a fire early April 14, shortly after the Washington State Spring Fair had concluded Sunday evening. No one was injured ...