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ONGOING 1 million lights Warm Beach Camp south of Stanwood presents its 17th annual The Lights of Christmas of over 1 million lights for 18 nights through Dec. 29. There are also five entertainment stages, ...
SEATTLE — The Puget Sound Blood Center has issued an urgent appeal for blood donors to contribute during the holidays. The number of people visiting donation centers and mobile drives typically goes ...
Thanksgiving is already long past, but that doesn’t mean I can’t give a little thanks heading into the later part of the holiday season. I kicked off my “State of the Arts” entertainment column ...
Taking your chances with health care not wise Lately I’ve been reading of and talking to people who are opting to “take their chances” by not buying health insurance. If this is out of some misguided ...
WHATCOM — On Saturday, Dec. 14, at approximately 9:45 p.m., What-Comm 911 dispatch received an emergency call that a subject had just been shot at a residence in the 8500 block of Golden Valley Dr., ...
Wednesday, Dec. 18 • Bellingham Technical College Board of Trustees, College Services board room on campus, 3028 Lindbergh Ave., 8:15 a.m. • Nooksack Valley School Board, district offices, 3326 E. ...
LYNDEN — For years, fifth graders at Lynden Christian Middle School have constructed nativity sets out of clay. The tradition was going strong in the 1990s when this reporter attended Mrs. Sherri Stap’s ...
WHATCOM — Often in high school sports, the loss of seniors can force a team to enter a new season with a lack of experience and pressure youthful players to step into new roles. The same can’t be said ...
NEW JERSEY — I’d be 100 percent lying if I told you I wasn’t a little nervous on Sunday morning. I woke up on my buddies’ couch at 8 a.m. in Brooklyn, New York, where I had arrived for vacation ...
DEMING — Lynden coach Brian Roper has been in a bit of a strange situation to start off the season. Less than 10 days ago, he really didn’t even have a team. His guys, too busy winning the 2A state ...