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LYNDEN — About 300 descendants from the 1906 marriage of John Bosman and Alice Hendricks gathered Saturday at the family homestead on Van Dyk Road. They shared a big salmon barbecue, received a 100-page ...
WHATCOM — There’s a new type of road sign in Whatcom County, but you probably won’t take much notice of it until the first Northeaster starts blowing. The county public works department has installed ...
WHATCOM — The Hannegan Road pavement rehabilitation project, involving grinding and paving, will continue this week in the vicinity of Laurel Road to approximately 1,000 feet south of Pole Road (State ...
LYNDEN — At around 7 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 17, officers from the Everson, Sumas, Lynden and Bellingham police departments responded to a report of a burglary in the 2100 block of Hampton Road. A woman ...
LYNDEN — The 2013 fair went off without major impacts on the Lynden police and fire departments, the City Council was told Monday. There were emergency calls, but none major, with the worst being for ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Pioneer Museum and Whatcom Cemetery District 10 are looking for some help creating a list of Whatcom County pioneers. “We would like to identify those buried at the Lynden and Greenwood ...
WHATCOM — Due to the recent rain and an increase in fuel moisture levels, the Whatcom County Fire Marshal’s Office has lifted its restriction on recreational fires in unincorporated Whatcom County. ...
BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom Literacy Council has moved its main office from Elm Street to 3028 Lindbergh Ave., Building A, on the Bellingham Technical College campus. The recently remodeled building now ...
BELLINGHAM — A “Sustainable Small Acreage Farming” course will be offered by WSU Whatcom County Extension this fall. The course provides an overview of potential small acreage farming and ranching ...
LYNDEN — Vintage trailers coming to the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds Sept. 6-8 may be a curiosity item, and Brian Morrow is happy to oblige. Some vehicles in the Mount Baker Vintage Trailer Rally ...