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WHATCOM -— Part of a 25-24 operating majority in the state Senate last session, 42nd District incumbent Doug Ericksen says his race this year may be targeted for out-of-state dollars. “I am going to ...
LYNDEN -— The Lynden Farmers Market opens for the 2014 season this Thursday, June 19, in the parking lot at Front and Fourth streets. There will an opening “blessing” right at noon, said Dave Timmer, ...
WHATCOM — All this week, June 16-20, drivers should expect lane and shoulder closures on State Route 539 (Guide Meridian) between Horton Road in Bellingham and SR 546 (East Badger Road) from 7 a.m. and ...
LYNDEN — All 14 The Woods Coffee locations in Whatcom County have started using coffee beans roasted in the company’s Lynden headquarters. Woods installed a roaster at its headquarters and bakery location ...
WHATCOM — U.S. Customs and Border Protection had a change of command for the Northwest effective June 10. Chief Patrol Agent Dan M. Harris Jr. took over in a ceremony led by Border Patrol Chief Michael ...
CUSTER — The bookmobile of the Whatcom County Library System will stop at the Birch Bay Square shopping center on Wednesdays, starting in June. The stay will be from noon to 2:30 p.m. The stop will run ...
BELLINGHAM — Whatcom Community College hosts a June 18 groundbreaking ceremony for renovation of its Pavilion and expansion of the Student Recreation Center. In all, the $13 million project adds 24,000 ...
OLYMPIA — State revenues for the month ending June 10 were $60.5 million, or 3.4 percent higher than what was predicted in February, according to the latest state revenue report. Tax payments to the ...
WHATCOM -— In the county’s ongoing summer effort, seven north county roads were scheduled to receive asphalt paving this week, June 16-20, during the hours of 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., reports Whatcom County ...
OLYMPIA — The Washington Tourism Alliance has launched a toll-free call center for visitor information and help. The ExperienceWA call center is open seven days a week, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., at ...