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LYNDEN — A milking barn was destroyed and 15-20 calves and a horse were lost early Wednesday in a fire on the farm of Brad TeVelde on Kamm Road. All 125 milk cows were saved from the fire and were ...
BELLINGHAM — Think of the WSU Whatcom County Extension office as a link between laboratory and field, research and practice. For 95 years now, the connection has been there, serving the area with an ...
WHATCOM — Suzan DelBene is the new representative in Congress for northwest Washington. DelBene, a Democrat who won election in November over Republican John Koster, took office for the much expanded ...
BLAINE — The information listed below is from arrests and seizures related to the U.S. Border Patrol in the Blaine Sector area of operations. For security reasons, this may not be a complete list of ...
By Kaity Teer for the Lynden Tribune LYNDEN — When Edith Moorlag talks about her charitable sewing projects, she starts with her late husband, Johnny. It was Johnny who first encouraged her to join ...
LAUREL — Parts of the Meridian School District look drastically different than they did not too long ago. The Meridian High School and Irene Reither Primary School campuses are in the middle of massive ...
LYNDEN — Using a federal grant, the city will soon add three more career firefighters. The Lynden City Council Monday unanimously accepted the $431,244 SAFER grant from the Federal Emergency Management ...
MOUNT BAKER — It’s been a banner year so far at the Mount Baker Ski Area. “If you look at the long average (of snowfall), we’ve been running about 150 percent of normal,” ski area manager Duncan ...
NOOKSACK — It’s winter musical time again at Nooksack Valley High School. This year, Scott Gelwicks is directing Stephen Sondheim’s “Into The Woods,” starring a talented cast of about 22 primary ...
Quentin Tarantino makes violent movies. Violence is perhaps the most basic characteristic that all of his films have in common, so moviegoers with uneasy stomachs need not apply. The violence is still ...