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BELLINGHAM — Ever since my dad took my brother and me to the Langley (B.C.) Colossus theater to see Bryan Singer’s original “X-Men” back in 2000, I have longed for a new movie theater in Bellingham. ...
LYNDEN — Those who worked on the renovation and complete remodel of two historic buildings in downtown Lynden to turn them into the combined Jansen Art Center knew they had a special project. Now others ...
BELLINGHAM — I am not in the target market for the Twilight Saga. That’s an important fact to consider when reading my review of the film. I’m a 26-year-old male who loves going to the movies but ...
SUMAS — U.S. Customs and Border Protection has modified its NEXUS program at the Sumas port of entry. Starting this week, the dedicated NEXUS-only lane will operate between 7 and 11 a.m. seven days a ...
WHATCOM — Citizens are invited to help guide the future of Whatcom County by responding to a Whatcom Futures project report now in its final draft stages. The Whatcom Futures project represents a year ...
OLYMPIA — Sen. Doug Ericksen, R-Ferndale, has been chosen co-chair of the Senate Energy and Telecommunications Committee for the 2013 legislative session, which opens Jan. 14. Ericksen says he will ...
LYNDEN — Over 150 youth dancers of A Gift of Dance studio will put on “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” this Friday and Saturday in the Lynden Christian High School auditorium. Show time both nights ...
WHATCOM — Two local bridges will receive about $4.6 million for improvements from the Federal Highway Fund. Statewide, 70 projects get $130 million, reports the Department of Transportation. The Portal ...
WHATCOM — Losing seniors to graduation is going to happen every year for a basketball team. It’s inevitable. For the Meridian Trojans and coach Shane Stacy, 2012 was especially tough. Meridian lost ...
PHOENIX — Lynden Christian senior Isaac Reimer is used to being a dominant figure on the hardwood. Standing at 6-7, 230 pounds, Reimer is one of the bigger bodies in the Northwest Conference and has ...