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LYNDEN — This is the 20th year of Whatcom County Dairy Women’s Milk Makers Fest. On the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds, first graders of the county have a fun opportunity to learn how milk is produced. ...
LYNDEN — Flora Inc.’s provocative advertising campaign has turned heads nationally and now the locally based company offers the public a chance to get clever and have a chance to win $10,000 in the ...
LYNDEN — In the past, John and Dorie Belisle have shared the beauty of blossom time with their friends and family. Now it’s no longer their own private festival. This year will bring BelleWood Acres’ ...
OLYMPIA — On April 9 the House Finance Committee approved a bill introduced by Sen. Doug Ericksen, R-Ferndale, that would clarify that the nonprofit Northwest Washington Fair in Lynden is not subject ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Police Department has received an increased number of complaints about drivers failing to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks, resulting in near-misses. John Billester, deputy chief, ...
BELLINGHAM — Normalizing conversations about end-of-life care and increasing the number of people with advance directives are goals of a series of free workshops in May. Most do not require advance registration. ...
NOOKSACK VALLEY — Chloe Gardner stood tall at the plate during the fourth inning on Thursday afternoon. Her Nooksack Valley Pioneers were down 5-2 against Mount Baker and the bases were loaded. Before ...
BELLINGHAM — It’s been a rough couple of days for the Nooksack Valley soccer team. After dropping a close game to Blaine on Friday 5-3, the Pioneers traveled to Squalicum on Monday afternoon. ...
DEMING — Heading into Monday’s tilt against the Lynden Lions, Mount Baker head coach Quinn Le-Sage knew his Mounties needed to play their best baseball to steal a win from one of the state’s hottest ...
LYNDEN — The apparent low bidder for the planned new Lynden water treatment plant has come in about $2 million below the engineer’s estimate, opening up a path for construction of the new plant to ...