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While plenty of arguments swirl around Initiative 522, requiring labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food products, the stance of most farmers on the ballot measure should not be in doubt. ...
Chief speaks on issues in fire commissioner race For obvious reasons I would not normally comment on the views or opinions of a candidate running for fire commissioner prior to an upcoming election. However, ...
Monday, Nov. 4 • Lake Whatcom Policy Group (Bellingham and Whatcom County council representatives), garden room of Civic Center Building. 322 N. Commercial St., 9:30 a.m. • Lynden City Council Finance ...
WHATCOM — Red raspberry production in Whatcom County this year was 63.4 million pounds, up almost 10 percent over last year, the Lynden-based Washington Red Raspberry Commission reports. The total ...
FERNDALE — Last Wednesday, during a Lynden football practice, the electricity was reaching unmeasurable levels. The pads were cracking and bodies were flying all over the turf as the Lions prepared for ...
BELLINGHAM — Before the start of the season, Meridian cross country runner Collin Magnusson had a monkey he needed to get off his back. The junior speedster knew there was something holding him back. ...
FERNDALE — Tough, nail-biting games are something Curt Kramme and the Lynden Lions are not used to. Over the past two seasons, Lynden has hardly left the gridiron on a Friday night breaking a sweat. ...
WHATCOM — This year has gone according to plan for Meridian soccer coach Andrea Ames. Her Trojans ended the 2013 regular season atop the 1A standings in the Northwest Conference, posting an 11-3-2 record. ...
LYNDEN — After losing a heartbreaking overtime contest to the Blaine Borderites in week seven, Meridian knew it had to get back to its winning ways to enter the postseason with some swagger. On Friday ...
LYNDEN — Local hauling company LTI Inc. was honored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency last week for commitment to environmentally efficient trucking and shipping practices. Based at 8631 Depot ...