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SEATTLE -— Two-thirds of Whatcom County’s previously uninsured residents are now enrolled in health insurance, claims the Whatcom Alliance for Health Advancement. Last week, Gov. Jay Inslee, Sen. Patty ...
LYNDEN — Don Glunt, a 34-year Lynden police officer, was taken into custody Friday on allegations of child pornography following an investigation by the Washington State Patrol. The investigation by ...
WHATCOM — Skagit State Bank has changed its name, dropping “State.” The Burlington-based institution is now known as just Skagit Bank. The official announcement came on April 22, a day before revealing ...
It was a little over a month ago, on Tuesday, March 18, that legendary Lynden Christian girls basketball coach Curt DeHaan decided to retire from his post on the Lyncs’ bench. On Wednesday evening, ...
Following a dominant 23-0 victory over Squalicum on Monday afternoon, the Lions picked up where they left off by taking down Nooksack Valley 10-1 on Tuesday afternoon. Tanna Benson, who got the win on ...
BURIEN — Whatcom County Sheriff Bill Elfo reports that two new deputy sheriffs graduated from the 699th Session of the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission’s 720-hour Basic Law Enforcement ...
EVERSON — Nooksack Valley High School has become something of a safe and respectful haven for students with disabilities, and large credit for that can go to the school’s disability awareness assemblies. ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Burial Society is making an outright pitch to draw new members into the “caring through sharing” organization. In a special push until June 30, enrollment is free for anyone ...
BOTHELL — First-term Democratic Rep. Suzan DelBene raised $297,640 in the 2014 first quarter for total cash on hand of $894,090, her re-election campaign announced April 15. In all, DelBene’s campaign ...
WHEATON, ILL. — The Northwest Scenic 2014 calendar published by Lynden’s true-IMAGE Publishing LLC was judged best in the category of Promotional Scenic Wall Calendar by the Calendar Marketing Association. ...