Aaron Crawford concert at Jansen Art Center
Families across Whatcom County devastated by November’s flooding disaster in the Nooksack River basin need our help with more than just putting their lives back together.
I’ve written in recent weeks about the ever-changing weather, but not the increased stress of my friends and neighbors in north county from damaging floods to high winds and winter storms to different losses from COVID-19 and other illnesses.
Cornelius “Casey” Lankhaar, age 76, of Lynden, Washington and Sun City, Arizona, passed away Monday, Jan. 3 in Sun City, Arizona after a short illness. He always had a smile and a greeting for everyone he met.
Brent A. Matter passed away unexpectedly at home on the morning of Dec. 31. He was born on March 23, 1951, in Bellingham, to parents August and Helen Matter and lived almost his entire life in Whatcom County.
Wesley Assink went to Heaven on Jan. 1. Loving husband of Shirley and loving father to: Janet Crouse(Jim), Larry Assink (Debbie), Phil Assink(Kim), Darla Hanson (David), Toni Benner (David). Grandfather to Jaime Crouse, Jed Crouse, Jessica Mumford. Jenaya Church, Jaylene Finkbonner, Jordan…
Washington motorists have choices when it comes to fueling their vehicles, thanks to the free market. But the benefits of competition, beginning with cost and quality, aren’t consistently available throughout our state’s energy sector.
While most pundits agree that 2020 gave the world a wild ride unlike anything ever experienced at an amusement park, 2021 wasn’t a whole lot milder. We’ll take a look at it through the eyes of the U.S. dairy industry.
The year 2021 started with a high of 53 degrees and a low of 41. That was long ago and far away as I sit with several layers of clothing, a blanket and a space heater.