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Wednesday, May 7 • Lynden City Council Public Works Committee, second floor conference room, City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4:30 p.m. • Berthusen Park Advisory Committee, southeast conference room, City ...
Expect heavy truck traffic and road closures on the north end of Blanchard State Forest in Skagit County. Road building will take place May 7 through June 1, causing delays. Log hauling will be June 1 ...
BELLINGHAM — U.S. Sen. Patty Murray visited Whatcom Community College April 24 to host a roundtable discussion with local student veterans and campus veterans services coordinators on veterans issues. ...
BURLINGTON — The conditions at Avalon Golf Course in Burlington on Monday afternoon were far from perfect. The rain was falling and the terrain on the fairways was wet and sloppy. The greens were far ...
BELLINGHAM — Entering Thursday night’s tilt with 2A Bellingham, Nooksack Valley soccer coach Valentin Villalobos understood he and his boys faced a bit of an uphill climb against the Red Raiders. Before ...
DEMING — There’s no denying that the competition level for fastpitch in the Northwest Conference is tough this season. This is something Mount Baker coach Ron Lepper fully understands. Entering last ...
LYNDEN -— A Lynden woman, in addition to her prominent role heading a global nonprofit, has been named Mother of the Year for Washington State. Celeste Mergens, a mother of six by birth, said she considers ...
WHATCOM — Let’s start with a story: A young man gets released from prison in Whatcom County. For his transition back to normal life, the young man enters a halfway house in downtown Bellingham. Literally ...
WHATCOM -— It may be close to the best of times, in terms of milk price, to be a dairy farmer. That’s good news for milk-producing Whatcom County. The indicator Class III manufacturing-grade price ...
It’s become a consistent trend for NWC soccer fans to hear good things about Lyncs’ midfielder Cody Fransen following a game. Tuesday was no different. Fransen scored two goals in yesterday’s ...