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WHATCOM — Three local school districts have all received clean audits of their financial operations and federal programs from the Washington State Auditor’s Office. Reports released April 3 and April ...
LYNDEN — The woman on the phone with George Van Achte the morning of April 8 said she was his granddaughter Martine, in trouble in Las Vegas and needing help. “I can’t call anyone but you, Grandpa,” ...
GOOSEBERRY POINT — The Lummi Island ferry will be out of service May 9-10 for needed repairs to the dock lifting mechanism, Whatcom County Public Works reports. The dock loading span must be locked into ...
OLYMPIA — The Washington Department of Ecology is accepting comments on proposed updates of rules requiring approved oil spill contingency plans for vessels traveling in the state. The proposed updates ...
BELLINGHAM — Bill McKibben, one of America’s best-known environmentalists, will present “350: The Most Important Number in the World,” at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 17, on the Performing Arts Center ...
LYNDEN — Celebrate the Day of the Child, DÍa de Los Niños, with stories, food, crafts and entertainment on Saturday, April 26, from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Lynden Library, 216 Fourth St. This ...
WHATCOM — The Northwest Career & Technical Academy provides tuition-free career training in high-wage, high-demand occupations to area high school, home-schooled and GED students under the age of ...
WHATCOM — The Koma Kulshan Chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society is again sponsoring introductory plant walks for getting familiar with plants native to Whatcom County. These plant identification ...
BELLINGHAM — Trans Mountain Pipeline LLC plans to clean up petroleum-contaminated soil at its Laurel Station facility, a pump station about four miles north of Bellingham. The cleanup will be conducted ...
BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office reception areas will be closed on Wednesday afternoon, April 16, starting at 1:30 p.m., so that all staff can attend a mandatory training event. The ...