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WHATCOM — The Whatcom County Library System Board of Trustees has a new member, June Hahn. She will complete a recently vacated term, serving through January 2015. Since retiring in Lynden in 2010, ...
LYNDEN -— Friday, May 2, is the first day that monthly blood pressure checks, discontinued last December, will return to the Lynden Community Center, 401 W. Grover St. Now the sponsor is the Lynden Faith ...
WHATCOM -— On March 28, chief criminal deputy Doug Chadwick became the most recent Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office member to graduate from the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. The 256th ...
OLYMPIA — On the day Sen. Doug Ericksen and Sen. Steve O’Ban sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx voicing concerns about the safety of rail cars carrying crude oil through ...
WHATCOM — Security Solutions NW has donated $2,609 to “Keys for Adoption,” a campaign to raise money for a Sumas family seeking to adopt. Security Solutions pledged to give $1 for each key made during ...
Two things happened within the same week bringing unwelcome negative attention to Lynden. First, longtime Lynden police officer Don Glunt, shortly after retiring, was arrested on allegations that he used ...
by Scott Korthuis, Lynden mayor Recently, the Lynden City Council passed an Ambulance Utility Fee in the amount of $6 per month to be charged to each eligible “unit” in Lynden beginning in July 2014. ...
Government greed We hear a lot these days about “corporate greed.” Some of it is justified: Enron, junk mortgage packages sold deceptively to unsuspecting victims, etc. However, a lot of the fulminating ...
Thursday, May 1 • Lynden City Council Public Safety Committee, Jack Martin Pubic Safety Building/Lynden Police Station, 203 19th St., 4 p.m. • Commissioners of Lynden Regional Parks and Recreation ...
LYNDEN — The year was 1980 and current Lynden Christian Athletic Director Curt DeHaan had just been named the girls basketball coach of the Lyncs. DeHaan, 26 at the time, accepted the job as a recent ...