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By Bill Elfo, Whatcom County Sheriff As Whatcom County prepares to replace its jail, it is important to update citizens as to the processes followed, decisions made to date and the plans to proceed. In ...
Obama as Hitler is beyond insulting On Tuesday, March 19, I had the unfortunate but compelling experience of seeing two young men with an “Impeach Obama” sign in front of the Lynden Post Office steps. ...
Wednesday, March 27 • Meridian School Board, Meridian Middle School library, 861 Ten Mile Rd., 7 p.m. Thursday, March 28 • Bellingham-Whatcom County Commission Against Domestic Violence, Bellingham ...
WHATCOM — The Whatcom Parks and Recreation Foundation is inviting the public to an informational meeting and open house about the Nooksack Loop Trail on Wednesday, April 10, at 7 p.m. in the Squalicum ...
LYNDEN — The equestrian show “Vault Into Spring,” featuring 130 participants on 17 teams from the Pacific Northwest, California and Canada, comes to the Northwest Washington Fair and Event Center ...
BELLINGHAM — Civic Stadium provides an unmatched energy for Northwest Conference soccer teams. There’s a postseason environment that adds excitement for players during the regular season. For the Lynden ...
LYNDEN — Heading into the 2013 campaign, Lynden girls tennis coach Trey Ballard understood that he would have an uphill climb. The Lions lost several key contributors last season due to graduation and ...
WHATCOM — With the fastpitch season in full swing, the Meridian Trojans are having some difficulty waking up their bats. After starting out the season 2-1, the Trojans have lost four straight games, ...
BELLINGHAM — A regional one-day conference on federal Indian policy comes to the Lakeway Inn & Convention Center on Saturday, April 6. The list of both local and national speakers from 9 a.m. to ...
WHATCOM — Bank On North Sound is a campaign to help people with low to moderate income gain affordable checking, savings, credit and financial education opportunities and start on a pathway to financial ...