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Council favors $6 ambulance fee

LYNDEN ­— For two hours in a special meeting Monday, Lynden City Councilors talked all angles of the idea of an ambulance utility. Then they voted 5-2 to put a $6 monthly fee into place. The charge, ...

Gary Allan, Huey Lewis coming to 2014 fair

LYNDEN — Straight on the heels of two nights of rodeo action at the 2014 Northwest Washington Fair will come country singer Gary Allan performing in the grandstand on Thursday, Aug. 14. The fair also ...
Community members packed the Lynden High School library on Thursday to discuss the possibility of running another bond election in April.

School board won’t rerun bond in April

More than 200 people packed LHS library for Thursday board meeting LYNDEN — Lynden voters won’t see a bond election in April, the Lynden School Board decided at its Feb. 27 meeting, which was attended ...

Ferndale man charged with raping 15-yr-old Lynden girl

Two met in theater group, fostered relations LYNDEN — A call to Lynden police regarding a 15-year-old runaway led to the arrest of Michael James Sulak, 52, of Ferndale, on child rape charges on Feb. ...

Sheriff’s Office wants help identifying stash of guns

Collection of 50 found at north Bellingham home BELLINGHAM -— The Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating the owner of a gun collection believed to be stolen. ...

Lynden Cemetery earns historic mark

Designation on register is mostly honorary LYNDEN -— The Lynden Cemetery has won listing on the Washington Heritage Register of Historic Places. Although mostly an honorary designation, the listing could ...

City OKs more North Prairie homebuilding

Phase of 120-138 units will show ‘cottage’ concept LYNDEN -— Developer Bob Libolt is 35 lots into his planned North Prairie neighborhood. Now he can create up to 138 more housing units on the remaining ...
Community members packed the Lynden High School library on Thursday to discuss the possibility of running another bond election in April.

School bond won’t run again in April

More than 200 people packed LHS library for Thursday board meeting LYNDEN — Lynden voters won’t see a bond election in April, the Lynden School Board decided at its Feb. 27 meeting, which was attended ...

Lynden April bull riding event expands to two days

LYNDEN — More than 70 of some of the top bull riders in the country are coming to Lynden as this year’s local Professional Bull Riders Touring Pro Division event expands to two days, April 4 and 5. ...

Gorsuch, 27, arrested for batch of local crimes

WHATCOM — A man the county Sheriff’s Office calls a “prolific burglar, thief and previously convicted felon” was tabbed last week as responsible for a series of burglaries and thefts in unincorporated ...