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More rats and less feral cats: connected? On the front page of the July 29 issue of the Lynden Tribune is a headline declaring that there is an increase in the rat population in Lynden and the county. ...
Injuries and inconsistency in the starting rotation, a sharp decline in bullpen effectiveness and another dismal offense have done in the 2015 Mariners. (Courtesy photo/MLB.com) SEATTLE — This was supposed ...
Don Brunell Unfortunately, Seattle Congressman Jim McDermott was correct earlier this year when he said Canada’s West Coast ports are “eating our lunch!” Both Washington and British Columbia are ...
Become an informed voter before November Primary voting is happening in most areas of Whatcom County by Aug. 4. Between now and November, it will be vitally important to become an informed voter ...
Class reunions are weird. Like, really weird. Allow me to paint a little picture. Imagine knowing a group of people from about age 5 all the way to the beginning of adulthood (or what passes for ...
Supports Graham Our generals tell us we are losing the war against ISIS. There is genocide against Christians and minorities, beheadings, people burned alive, children crucified, females enslaved ...
Wednesday, July 22 • Lynden City Council Community Development Committee, second floor meeting room, Lynden City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4 p.m. • Water Resource Inventory Area (WRIA) 1 planning unit, ...
By Scott Korthuis It is easy to become overwhelmed with news about government, especially because so much of it is discouraging. But we in Lynden are recipients of some very good news as a result ...
WHATCOM — County Executive Jack Louws says that the county already has a 16-bed mental health evaluation and treatment facility and will keep it operating when a new jail is built. Louws ...
There’s more than just a flag to blame How sad that something as complex as how we feel about each other’s behaviors, race and culture can be reduced to a flag. Are we really sure that the stars ...