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County primary election ballots are mailed out WHATCOM — Ballots for the Aug. 5 primary election were mailed out to registered voters Friday by the County Auditor’s Office. If you don’t receive your ...
BELLINGHAM — A Maple Falls student at Western Washington University was among the Outstanding Graduates honored for the 2013-14 academic year at spring commencement on June 14. Faculty members from the ...
ONGOING Theater shows The Mount Baker Theatre presents in repertory “Talley’s Folly,” running through Aug. 8, and “Last of the Red Hot Lovers,” running through Aug. 9. $25 adults; $12.50 students. ...
WHATCOM — The Mt. Baker Chapter of the American Red Cross raised $49,000 for local disaster relief at the 20th annual Golf Tournament and Golf Ball Drop on Friday, June 27, at Shuksan Golf Club. The ...
STANWOOD — A barbecue dinner and presentation will kick off plans to bring expanded USDA-inspected meat processing to Snohomish, Island, Skagit, and Whatcom counties. The event will be held at the Stanwood ...
MOUNT VERNON -— The Northwest Clean Air Agency is launching a mold prevention campaign focusing on making contact with at least 130 multi-unit apartment complexes in Island, Skagit and Whatcom counties ...
BELLINGHAM — Sustainable Connections continues its The Future of Business Speaker Series, sponsored by Faber Construction of Lynden, on Thursday, July 31, from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Squalicum Boathouse ...
WHATCOM -— The local Tea Party is inviting public participation in several upcoming events using the motto “Just Show Up!” It’s possible to march in the Ferndale Old Settlers Grand Parade on Saturday, ...
WHATCOM — Although the county has finished work on the intersection rebuild at Birch Bay-Lynden Road and Portal Way, the final turn-on of new traffic signals there is delayed. BNSF Railway has experienced ...
LYNDEN — I still recall my first time driving into Lynden. It was Tuesday, April 26, 2012. I had left Pullman just two days before, leaving Washington State University, the place I had called home for ...