LYNDEN — The City of Lynden and Washington State Department of Ecology are seeking comments on the city’s Shoreline Management Program update and periodic review. The required steps ensure the SMP keeps up with changes in state law, updates to other city plans and regulations, and other new …

As most know by now, Lynden Police Chief John Billester is retiring at the end of June from law enforcement after a long and distinguished career including nearly three decades with the Lynden Police Department. His service has been stellar and his contribution to Lynden as a community have …

All Whatcom County Watershed Improvement District directors’ meetings are cancelled for May as this is traditionally a very busy month for farmers’ field work. 

WHATCOM — Roberts Road was closed on Monday, April 29, approximately 1,200 feet north of Goshen Road for replacement of the bridge over Anderson Creek. A signed detour route will be in place.

This is a column submitted relating to Tuesday evening adoption by the Whatcom County Council of a resolution supporting that the state pay its “fair share of funding for election expenses.” County Executive Jack Louws and County Auditor Debbie Adelstein also support this statement, as well …

This is a guest column written by Jim Zachary, a regional editor of CHNI newspapers in the south eastern United States. He is also vice-president of the Georgia First Amendment Foundation. 

Reflecting on Thanksgiving each year brings much to be thankful for as we near the 40-year mark of working in the family community newspaper business.

The week of Oct. 7-13 is National Newspaper Week, and we at the Lynden Tribune and Ferndale Record are proud to assert our core values as newspapers serving our communities. We wholeheartedly agree with this year’s theme, “Journalism matters. NOW more than ever.”

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