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In November 2014 a majority of Lynden-area voters favored a bond for $1 million to build a new restroom facility and add parking to Bender Fields. But a 51-49 percent margin isn’t enough to pass a bond. ...
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LYNDEN — For those not sitting around in the evenings reading the Lynden Municipal Code — specifically section 13.04.300 — city officials want to remind citizens that rules do stipulate only three ...
LYNDEN — After three days of hearings, comment and deliberations, the Lynden Planning Commission recommended denial of all the appeals brought forth by Dick Vandenberg regarding the West Main Street ...
WHATCOM — All outdoor burning was prohibited on Monday, as the county continued to toast in high temperatures and without rain. The ban imposed by the fire marshal’s office includes yard debris fires, ...
EVERETT — Lynden’s Amanda Howe will spend the next year as an alternate state dairy ambassador representing the Dairy Farmers of Washington. With Nicole Buell of Marysville and Lydia Johnson of Ethel ...
OLYMPIA — A bill that would outlaw the sharing of sexually explicit photos for the purpose of humiliating another individual — an act called “revenge porn” — unanimously passed the Senate on ...
WHATCOM — Through noon on Thursday, July 2, drivers should expect periodic lane closures on the Mt. Baker Highway near Squalicum Lake Road for work toward replacing the Anderson Creek culvert. A full ...
OLYMPIA — State lawmakers voted Monday to approve a two-year state operating budget and sent it to the governor for his signature. The budget document comes just in time to begin funding the new fiscal ...
WHATCOM — Are you registered to vote? Registered at your current address? The 2015 primary election will be on Aug. 4 in Washington, and deadlines for getting registered to vote or to change an address ...