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ONGOING Holiday show The 34th annual Holiday Festival of the Arts, 1825 Cornwall Ave., Bellingham, runs five weeks and features the work of over 100 local artisans. Open daily starting Nov. 15. Details: ...
BELLINGHAM — Whatcom County’s annual auction of real property in tax foreclosure will be at 9 a.m. Friday, Nov. 22, in the council chambers of the County Courthouse, 311 Grand Ave. County Treasurer ...
WHATCOM — The Snapper Shuler Kenner insurance agency has begun its second annual Turkey Drive. Both the Lynden and Bellingham offices are accepting donations of $15 for each turkey. SSK will match ...
LYNDEN — The Bertrand Creek bridge of West Badger Road is limited to maximum loads of 25 tons, after structural damage was found during a recent inspection. The Whatcom County Public Works Department ...
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 ...
SEATTLE — Standing in the center of the King’s High School gym, Lynden Christian volleyball coach Kim Grycel couldn’t hide her emotions. As she embraced each member of her coaching staff and team, ...
LAKEWOOD — Throughout the season, it’s been nearly impossible for teams to keep their hands on Meridian running back Letrez Jones. The 5-6 speedster has cruised his way through gaping holes provided ...
LYNDEN — On a rainy night at Lynden’s Rollie DeKoster Field, the field conditions were beyond sloppy. Jerseys were covered in mud and Lions’ equipment managers must have been sweating just thinking ...
PASCO — Led by the sixth-place finish of junior standout Collin Magnusson, the Meridian boys cross country team took third place at the 1A state cross country meet on Saturday. Magnusson finished the ...
LYNDEN — With two victories last week, the Meridian girl’s soccer team advanced to the 1A state soccer tourney. The Trojans, who are 15-4-2 on the season, defeated Northwest 2-0 last Tuesday and University ...