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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.

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.

News Snippets from the Lynden Tribune: Wednesday, Dec. 30, 1981, as compiled by Tribune Publisher Michael Lewis

News Snippets from the Lynden Tribune: Wednesday, Dec. 23, 1981, as compiled by Tribune Publisher Michael Lewis.

News Snippets from the Lynden Tribune: Wednesday, Dec. 16, 1981, as compiled by Tribune Publisher Michael Lewis. From the front page …

As we enter the giving season, people nationwide will be looking to give back to the communities that have supported them. They’ll also look to ensure that their heartfelt giving — however they choose to give — will have the most influence. That’s why so many will choose their community foun…

News Snippets from the Lynden Tribune: Wednesday, Nov. 25, 1981 as compiled by Tribune Publisher Michael Lewis

-- Longtime Whatcom County resident and Lynden Tribune correspondent Elisa Claassen wrote this Monday evening “in a dark living room with no power on a laptop with a flashlight nearby.”

News Snippets from the Lynden Tribune: Thursday, Nov. 18, 1981, as compiled by Tribune Publisher Michael Lewis.

News Snippets from the Lynden Tribune: Thursday, Nov. 11, 1981, as compiled by Tribune Publisher Michael Lewis

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