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Employees will spend whatever they earn In rebuttal to a letter in the Herald on wages, $7.25 is the federal minimum wage. The Washington state rate is $9.38, which is higher than most states. As an employer, ...
Wednesday, April 9 • Lynden City Council Public Works Committee, second floor conference room, City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4:30 p.m. • Whatcom County Agricultural Advisory Committee, Lynden Community ...
ACME — Gary Knaus has served the Acme Fire Hall for 38 years, first as a firefighter and then as a Fire District 16 commissioner. The district is hosting a retirement party to thank him for his years ...
OLYMPIA — The Washington State Auditor issued a clean audit of the financial records of the State Dairy Products Commission for the years 2011 and 2012…. This content is for subscribers only. ...
LYNDEN — Last week, Lynden Christian baseball coach Desi Luna found himself in a bit of a strange situation. Up and down the lineup, he said, there were several guys missing. With spring break on the ...
LYNDEN — It was only about three days before the spring sports season started when Lynden soccer coach Drew Smiley received a text message from senior Rudy Mendoza. Smiley looked at his phone and saw ...
LYNDEN — The Meek family, from Rochester in Thurston County, definitely counts on the Whatcom County Youth Fair each spring. “We come up because it’s the best spring fair in the state of Washington,” ...
DEMING — Getting a $300,000 offer from entrepreneurs Mark Cuban and Robert Herjavec isn’t something that most 16-year-olds experience. Turning down that offer? That’s probably even rarer. But, leave ...
LYNDEN — It was all a dream for Mitch Moorlag. Last spring, the Lynden Christian fastpitch coach pictured himself pacing through a dugout on the LC school grounds while looking back into stands to see ...
WHATCOM — Six county people, including five in one household, had contracted measles from the British Columbia outbreak as of last week. The sixth, a woman in her early 20s, worked at Lynden Dutch ...