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WHATCOM — Lynden could have a new marijuana-dispensing retail outlet by next June, according to rules approved by the Washington State Liquor Control Board. And it is all part of a large-scale plan to ...
The Lynde 500 welcomed 10 teams to downtown Lynden on Labor Day for the Lynden Pioneer Museum’s annual push-kart derby. For a full story click here…. This content is for subscribers only. ...
LYNDEN — Uniformed officers and local service organizations will gather at the Christian Health Care Center on Wednesday, Sept. 11, to participate in the sixth annual Heroes Day event. The free community ...
LYNDEN — The city of Lynden’s expectation of $6.4 million in state Public Works Trust Fund money was cut from the state’s 2013-15 budget this summer. That leaves city officials looking for new ways ...
BELLINGHAM — On Saturday, Sept. 7, those interested in the legacy of George Pickett can get a glimpse into the dramatic life of the man who left a historical footprint in Whatcom County. Proceeds ...
LYNDEN — A local church is following a national lead in designating Sept. 15 as “Back to Church Sunday.” CrossPoint Church at 8686 Vinup Rd. says “everyone is welcome to attend” a special service ...
BELLINGHAM — He was squirrel hunting, David Wayne Jordan said, when he shot an arrow toward the second floor outdoor recreation area of the Whatcom County Jail on Aug. 28. Problem was, a baggie wrapped ...
EVERSON — Ever since his freshman year at Nooksack Valley High School, Brett Heeringa has adored acting on stage. Now as a senior, Heeringa is looking to put his talents to work behind the scenes for ...
LYNDEN — Shopping in the Lynden Food Pavilion will look a lot fresher in mid-fall once a complete store upgrade has been finished, said The Markets LLC spokesperson Sue Cole. The Lynden store, one of ...
BELLINGHAM — Kuntz and Company presents “Hello, My Name is You,” a dance/theatre piece about Asperger’s syndrome, Sept. 26-29, with discussions immediately following all shows. Performances are ...