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WHATCOM — On Thursday, May 16, Washington State Department of Transportation crews will close the right lane of northbound Guide Meridian Road in Bellingham to begin a summer-long upgrade project. The ...
WHATCOM — Washington State has one of the highest seat belt use rates in the country due, in large part, to the highly visible “Click It or Ticket” campaign of publicity, extra enforcement, and signage ...
WHATCOM — The Whatcom County Public Works Department will begin to apply herbicide on road shoulders. Property owners who do not wish to have their adjoining road right-of-way treated have the option ...
WHATCOM — Ever wonder how the order of candidates’ names on a ballot gets decided? The office order is defined by law, but the order in which the candidates’ names appear is done by a lot drawing ...
WHATCOM — The North Puget Sound Forest Landowner Field Day will be on Saturday, July 27, near Sumas. The state’s top forestry specialists will be offering hands-on field sessions throughout the day ...
FERNDALE — After years of talk that Whatcom County needs a new jail, fresh action is being taken toward deciding the site of that new jail. And the county’s preferred site is … in Ferndale. ...
LYNDEN — If you looked at the right time last week, you could see well-known downtown Lynden businessmen doing a little something different outside their storefronts: laying paver stones and planting ...
GLACIER — From the perspective of a broadband provider, the Mount Baker foothills are both unique and incredibly daunting. A group of area stakeholders met at The Inn at Mount Baker on Friday, April ...
Students look on as a herd of 15 goats from Everson’s Git Yer Goat, LLC perform cleanup duties chomping on blackberry bushes near the natural garden at Meridian Middle School on Friday…. This ...
LYNDEN — Housing will extend into 27 more acres on Lynden’s eastern fringe. The City Council on Monday approved the North Prairie Planned Residential Development proposed by Bob Libolt into a central ...