LACEY, WA. – One week after Washington disaster survivors became eligible for federal assistance, the Washington Military Department’s Emergency Management Division and FEMA have worked together to award $1.5 million in federal grants to individuals and households.
The Northwest Clean Air Agency is calling a Stage 1 air quality burn ban beginning at 9 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13 in the Columbia Valley urban growth area.
OLYMPIA -- The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is seeing an increase in the number of vaccine breakthrough cases related to the recent increase in overall cases statewide.
Annual statewide public school event promotes civics education and engagement; high school students have the opportunity to register to vote or sign up as future voter
The 2022 session of the Washington State Legislature opened Jan. 10 with legislators saying they want to help strengthen economic well-being, manage COVID-19 risks, provide help with childcare, housing, and mental health support and mitigate the effects of climate change.
Tuesday, the Whatcom County Council voted 4-to-2 to appoint Simon Sefzik of Ferndale for the 42nd legislative district in the Washington State Legislature.
LYNDEN — At 8:52 p.m. Sunday, Washington State Patrol, Lynden Fire and North Whatcom Fire & Rescue responded to a two-vehicle head-on collision on Birch Bay Lynden Road at Rathbone Road, just west of Lynden.
OLYMPIA -- Washington State Department of Health (DOH) has published a new, weekly report that provides an insight into COVID-19 reinfections.
State School Superintendent talks about student mental health/well-being, health/safety, graduation/assessment data, his vision for transforming last two years of high school
EVERSON — A 20-year-old Everson man has been charged with the murder of his mother's former husband.At 11:40 p.m. Thursday. Everson Police were dispatched to the 600 block of Pioneer Court for an assault with a weapon.Everson Police Chief Dan MacPhee told the Lynden Tribune on Friday that "a…
Newest numbers: The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) reported a total of 805,459 confirmed cases as of 11:59 p.m. on Jan. 5. There have been 9,974 COVID-19 deaths in Washington.
WHATCOM — Washington State Patrol responded to two fatal traffic accidents Tuesday, one south of State Route 544 (Pole Road) on State Route 539 (Guide Meridian), the other on State Route 9 at milepost 78, south of Deming.
All Whatcom County Library System (WCLS) locations will be closed today due to hazardous road conditions and forecasted winter weather.
The Whatcom County Sikh community and greater Seattle Sikh business owners raised $75,000 for north Whatcom County flood relief efforts. County Executive Satpal Sidhu, a local Sikh, said Monday that the Whatcom Community Foundation matched the donation with an additional $75,000. Sidhu made …
WHATCOM — Mike Kent, 23-year realtor with Windemere Real Estate and owner of Kent Marketing, has been heard Saturday mornings on KGMI for Radio Real Estate for 21 years. The station also archives past shows to see changes in the local real estate market.
At 1 p.m. Tuesday, the Whatcom County Council will hold a special meeting to select an appointee to be sworn in to represent the 42nd legislative district in the Washington State Legislature.
As Old Man Winter continues lobbing heavy snowballs at Seattle, Washington, and Portland, Oregon, a frigid blast of cold air is set to rush into the Pacific Northwest this week, making for the region's coldest New Year's Eve in years, AccuWeather experts say.
LYNDEN — Heidi Polinder was so certain she would grow up working with animals that she earned her degree as a veterinary technician.
LYNDEN — Lindsey Vande Hoef had been doing hair for 14 years and never thought about owning a salon. Until the opportunity presented itself.