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.
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.
In researching a flood story, I talked with a stranger who knew my late grandfather. I grew up in his former home surrounded by his things but there was a lot about him I never knew as he died when I was about 4 years old
Hello, readers of the Lynden Tribune and Ferndale Record newspapers. As a local advocate for truth and justice, I feel it is my responsibility to speak up when I see potentially harmful misinformation being spread.
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…
-- 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.”
You wouldn’t think someone who recently moved roughly 1,700 miles northwest – to the Pacific Northwest – would not be hugely fond of change. But it’s true.
I want to thank the Lynden Tribune for this opportunity to speak to the Lynden Community about myself and why I am asking people to vote for me on Nov. 2.
The Lynden public education system should be a safe place for our kids to receive a quality, pro-American education, safe from all the divisiveness of ideology that harms our relationships and our community.
My name is Jayson Loreen, and I am running for Nooksack City Council Position No. 4. This is the very first time all positions for council have been up for election.
I have always felt fortunate to have grown up and raised my family here. I believe the city of Nooksack is a great place to live, work and raise a family.
It brings great joy to be a part of a community that we live in and watch my kids grow up with the culture that I am a part of keeping here in Nooksack.
I am a fourth-generation Whatcom County resident, US Navy Veteran, and dedicated public servant. My priority is simple: keep the great quality of life we’ve had since my great- grandparents moved here over a century ago.
As a business owner, volunteer, and elected official, I have worked to bring our community together to solve challenging problems.
The mission of the Port of Bellingham is countywide economic development. That is exactly what we have done for the past four years while I have been a commissioner and will continue to do in the future.
My name is Rebecca Lewis. I’m running for Whatcom County Council, District 3. Since 1998, my husband and I have raised our family in the beautiful area of Deming.