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WHATCOM -— The 9-11 Memorial Ride, an event that has been elsewhere in the United States and Canada, is coming to the Peace Arch Park this year. Border officials, military personnel and emergency responders ...
SUMAS — Ed Waterman has been growing marijuana since the 1970s, but now he has taken his operation to Sumas where he was the fifth grower-processor in Whatcom County to receive a recreational marijuana ...
LYNDEN -— The eighth annual Music Faculty Recital featuring the Lynden Christian School teachers performing an evening of music will be on Thursday, Sept. 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the Worship and Fine Arts ...
WHATCOM — Deposit Accounts likes what it sees in Whatcom Educational Credit Union. In the evaluator’s ranking of the Top 200 Healthiest Credit Unions in America, which looked at 6,600 credit unions ...
WHATCOM -— A course on sustainable small farming is again planned by WSU Whatcom County Extension this year, starting on Sept. 9. It will run on two Tuesday evenings, with three full-day field trips ...
MAPLE FALLS — The Mount Baker foothills area is home to a treasure known worldwide. The Inn at Mt. Baker, located off the Mt. Baker Highway just past Maple Falls, is modeled after a chalet you might ...
BELLINGHAM — Start the school year off right by attending a free Self-esteem and Effective Communication Workshop from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15, at Whatcom Community College. This fun and ...
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 ...