WHATCOM ­— On Friday, Feb. 19, at about 5:45 p.m., numerous deputies were dispatched to a reported aggravated assault involving a firearm in the 5500 block of Hillvue Road north of Birch Bay Village, the county Sheriff’s Office reported. A victim had been shot and the suspect had fled the ar…

  OLYMPIA — State Sen. Doug Ericksen, R-Ferndale, will hold a telephone “town hall” meeting Tuesday, Feb. 16, to discuss latest developments from Olympia and their impact on Whatcom County’s 42nd Legislative District.

WHATCOM — This year, Whatcom Women in Business will award three $5,000 scholarships to women entering higher education including but not limited to technical or trade school, beauty school, community college or university.

LYNDEN ­— “Just in time to keep Cherubic Little Bottoms un-Chapped for St. Valentine’s Day!” says publicity.

WHATCOM — The “Move Over Law” (RCW 46.61.212.1) aims to protect any emergency worker who is on the shoulder of a roadway with emergency lights on performing official duties. The law applies to law enforcement, firefighters, tow truck operators, solid waste trucks and public works employees. …

SEATTLE — Washington state revenue collections are now 6.7% above the level projected in the November revenue forecast, the Economic and Revenue Forecast Council’s latest monthly update reports, according to Opportunity WA.

BELLINGHAM — As of Wednesday morning, Jan. 27, a total of 34 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed at the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office minimum-security Work Center facility located on Division St.

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