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WHATCOM — Habitat for Humanity of Whatcom County is looking for at least 20 volunteers willing to enthusiastically staff two Habitat booths at the Whatcom Home and Garden Show. Volunteers are needed ...
I drive past my grandfather’s house in Brookwood on Enterprise Road at least one time each week. It’s always for something related to my work duties with the Ferndale Record, so I almost always have ...
Disappointed voters not looking to future The front page of the Feb. 12 Lynden Tribune made quite a statement about the support the public schools in our county receive. The top story was the Lynden School ...
Wednesday, Feb. 19 • Bellingham Technical College Board of Trustees, College Services board room on campus, 3028 Lindbergh Ave., 8:15 a.m. • Lynden Board of Adjustments, southeast conference room, ...
WHATCOM — Applications are now being accepted for two scholarships offered by Whatcom County Dairy Women. The two are: a $1,000 award in memory of Mina Polinder, and a $750 award in memory of Judy Scholten. ...
BLAINE — The three lawmakers of the 42nd District of north Whatcom County will host a town hall meeting from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 22, in the Blaine High School Performing Arts Center. Reps. ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Taco Time NW Restaurant raised $3,000 for the local Project Hope food bank from its third annual sales fundraiser held Dec. 18. The check was presented recently to Project Hope ...
MOUNT VERNON — A new five-year Farm Bill was finalized by Congress in early February. Now agriculture agencies want to hear from farmers as the new legislation takes shape. A session for specialty crop ...
EVERETT — Smooth as silk or cooler than the other side of the pillow. You can pick either of those phrases and you’ve described the third-quarter performance of Lynden’s Sterling Somers in the Lions’ ...
MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — The road to the state tournament for most teams is a long and difficult one. But for the LC girls, they’ve decided to let their play go ahead and make it easy for them. Going a ...