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Concerned with oil trains here I am concerned with oil coming by train through my community and through the rest of Washington. Four facilitates are presently shipping oil by rail, having attained a permit ...
Wednesday, March 19 • Lynden City Council Public Works Committee, second floor conference room, City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4:30 p.m. • Lynden Board of Adjustments, southeast conference room, City Hall ...
LYNDEN — In a joint effort of North Whatcom Fire & Rescue and the Lynden Fire Department, volunteer firefighters are being sought to meet the growing need for emergency responders across the north ...
OLYMPIA — Two of 35 individuals newly sworn in as Washington State Patrol troopers on March 14 will be assigned to the Bellingham detachment. The two are Kyle C. Echevarria, originally of Poulsbo, and ...
LYNDEN — Project Hope offers help to low-income families trying to pay high electric bills from the winter months. Puget Sound Energy customers who have received an urgent or shutoff notice may be eligible ...
BELLINGHAM — Habitat for Humanity in Whatcom County is opening a new Habitat Store in the old Mayberry Sporting Goods site at 1825 Cornwall Ave., and helpers are needed to get the store ready. “This ...
BELLINGHAM — The Northwest American Institute of Architects chapter has named Rose Lathrop as its new executive director. Lathrop brings extensive experience in the construction and development industry. ...
WHATCOM — Whatcom Women in Business will give up to $20,000 in scholarships to women who are furthering their education. Scholarships are awarded after an application and panel interview process. Awards ...
LYNDEN — A relationship-building event for moms and tween-aged (typically 8-12) daughters comes to North County Christ the King Church on April 4. The Crazy Hair Tour of Secret Keeper Girl is an event ...
ONGOING Choral concert The Lynden Choral Society presents “Songs of Comfort and Joy,” featuring spirituals and early American music, on March 21-22 in First Christian Reformed Church, 1010 Front St. ...