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Lynden deserves better, Mr. Vis A Chamber of Commerce should work for the encouragement and promotion of business in a community. Yet in Lynden, our Chamber executive director seems to have other motives. ...
Wednesday, Sept. 10 • Lynden/Everson Subzone Advisory Committee of the Whatcom County Flood Control Zone District, Northwood Fire Hall, corner of Northwood and Badger roads, 10 a.m. Steve Banham of the ...
By John Van Hemert Thank you for placing Gary Vis’ article in the Aug.27 issue of the Lynden Tribune. The headline is: “Sunday business opening should be a free choice.” Very gratefully, Lynden ...
Sunday response: We are departing from our guide Hard to believe the time would come that we question whose Sunday is it (Aug. 27 Gary Vis column). The history of this country, from the Pilgrims on, was ...
Wednesday, Sept. 3 • Lynden City Council Public Works Committee, second floor conference room, City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4:30 p.m. • Berthusen Park Advisory Committee, southeast conference room, City ...
By Gary Vis Whose Sunday is it? Lynden, more than any other community in the county, and possibly the state, is known for our imaginary Sunday “rules.” I use the term imaginary because there really ...
By Craig Cole The Bellingham Herald recently published a guest commentary in which an opponent of the Gateway Pacific Terminal project at Cherry Point made a number of statements that are provably untrue. ...
Wednesday, Aug. 27 • Lynden City Council Public Works Committee, second floor conference room, City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4:30 p.m. This is a special meeting of the committee specifically on the streetscape ...
Cole is sugar-coating On Aug. 15, an op-ed by Craig Cole was published in the Bellingham Herald, giving a “Mary Poppins” version of the intentions and actions of SSA Marine/Pacific International Terminals ...
Union work is ugly On reports that federal agencies spend millions on employees’ full-time union work: It may be common knowledge, to a degree, but it’s still ugly. — Warren Pugh, Hyrum, Utah, formerly ...