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MARYSVILLE — Washington State Patrol investigators seek the public’s help in regard to the 27-vehicle collision on Interstate 5 Saturday morning, July 18, in south Mount Vernon, in which a ...
FERNDALE — The Whatcom Old Settlers’ annual Picnic at Pioneer Park kicks off Thursday, with parades, live music, class reunions, a car show and a 5K run/two-mile walk all scheduled as part of the ...
OLYMPIA — The Department of Health will offer low-interest emergency loans to small water systems damaged by natural disasters such as wildfires, drought or floods. Water systems can apply ...
A group of four Lynden Christian High School baseball players, Taiji VanDalen, Marc Meenderinck, David Bladies and Tyson Cline, won $1,600 by placing second in the high school division of the Birch Bay ...
WHATCOM — The wreckage of a small, private plane was located on Twin Sisters Mountain on Wednesday by the Washington State Department of Transportation and volunteers with the Civil Air Patrol. Searchers ...
LYNDEN — The noon Kiwanis Club will sell barbecued salmon on Sixth Street Friday evening, in one new aspect of this week’s Northwest Raspberry Festival, said Gary Vis, Lynden Chamber of Commerce ...
WHATCOM — Voters will be able to decide this fall if the county should have five voting districts instead of the current three. The County Council, after taking about three hours of public ...
Some years ago, Boys Scouts Troop 4028 of Lynden built a pushkart for entry in the Lynde’ 500 competition, then did not use it for a while. Last week, the boys took possession of it again from the Lynden ...
WHATCOM — By wildfire status, a one-acre fire doesn’t prove spectacular in size, but the threat of a fire on the east shoreline of Baker Lake in the Mount Baker-Snoqaulmie National Forest was snuffed ...
WHATCOM — Light rainfall will not significantly reduce the fire danger in the county, the fire marshal’s office says. Even the rain of this past weekend has made no significant impact on ...