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WHATCOM — Jana Plagerman will reign as Dairy Ambassador, representing the county dairy industry in public appearances in the next year. The daughter of Leroy and Rhonda Plagerman is also ...
WHATCOM — In a 5-1 vote on March 17, the Whatcom County Council appointed Satpal Sidhu to fill out the remaining term of council member Sam Crawford, who stepped down from his position for job ...
LYNDEN — Three Lynden 17-year-olds were involved in a one-car crash at 6:25 p.m. Saturday, March 28, near the corner of Berthusen and Birch Bay-Lynden roads. Per Wolfisberg was driving ...
WHATCOM — County Executive Jack Louws has appointed Jon Hutchings the county’s new public works director, with an expected start date of Monday, April 27. The appointment was due to be confirmed ...
WHATCOM — 4-H Youth Development invites adults 19 years and older to volunteer to be club leaders in the 4-H program. 4-H promotes leadership, citizenship and life skills for youths ages ...
EVERSON — The family names are deep enough in local history to be lost from most people’s awareness today. Alan and Lisbeth Fritzberg bring the stories back to life in “Coming of Age on ...
LYNDEN — For about 40 minutes the student body of Lynden High School sat in a respectful hush Friday listening to 92-year-old Noemi Ban talk about living through the Holocaust. The Bellingham ...
A rally to support the Lynden School District bond, organized by Citizens for Lynden Schools, drew over 250 people to the local fairgrounds on Saturday. Entertainment included a bagpiper, students on ...
LYNDEN — How elections happen continues to be a big topic before the Whatcom County Charter Review Commission. This year’s 15-member commission — proposing and debating changes to ...
LYNDEN — Former city veteran police officer Donald Glunt pleaded guilty last week to a sexual offense charge arising out of his final days on the job last April. Before Whatcom County Superior ...