LYNDEN — At 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 4, the Lynden City Council will consider a development agreement for the mixed-use Skyview Townhome project.
As communications officer for the City of Ferndale, Riley Sweeney is also responsible for the city’s parks activities.
As part of Washington State Patrol’s Centennial Year Celebration, WSP will provide information on each of the 31 individuals who have lost their lives in the line of duty during the agency’s first century of service.
Safely returning to the classroom for full time in-person instruction this school year is important for students, teachers, and staff.
SUMAS — Carl Crouse grew up in the Nooksack Valley, spent some time away from the Valley for schooling, and eventually worked as a pastor in the footsteps of his late father Earl Crouse. Now the 1979 Nooksack Valley High School (NVHS) grad is getting ready to retire – sort of – at the end …
It once was written that Mr. and Mrs. John Hardan were as sure as can be to attend any big picnic or outing back in the region’s pioneer days.
NOOKSACK – As a licensed mental health provider for the Nooksack Valley School District, Lindsay Anderson provides school-based mental health treatment for elementary school kids.
LYNDEN — With just a few weeks to go until opening day of the Northwest Washington Fair, the Fair Board of Directors has brought aboard Selena Burgess and Jim Baron as a co-management team to help oversee the final preparations for the 2021 event.
Profession: Paralegal and Office Manager, Boundary Bay Law; Paralegal Studies Program Adjunct Faculty, Whatcom Community College; Behavioral Engineer (parent).
A visit with Jerry Smoot on his back porch on rural East Kelly Road -- with hummingbirds, eagles and deer all taking their turns entering the picture -- is an engaging trip back into Whatcom County history.
Primary Election ballots were mailed Wednesday, July 14. Whatcom County residents are encouraged to complete registrations and address updates by July 26 to avoid a trip to the office.
DEMING — Thursday at approximately 4 p.m., deputies from the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office responded to the report of an assault with a weapon at a residence in the 5400 block of Mt. Baker Highway, Deming.
SUMAS – Emily Earhart has become known in the past COVID year for being a top community organizer in north County for helping with community needs – and not politics.
FERNDALE — The Whatcom Old Settlers Picnic is back for 2021, celebrating its 125th year in existence a year late, but celebrating it just the same.
The Rodriguez family celebrates the 25th anniversary of the opening of El Ranchito in Lynden this weekend. The recently remodeled restaurant is offering half-price margaritas, free nachos with the purchase of an entree and more specials Friday, July 16 and Saturday, July 17. (Brent Lindquist…
FERNDALE – She’s originally from Chicago. In fact, listen closely enough and you may hear Anya Milton’s Midwest accent.
To help support the needs of students experiencing homelessness, the U.S. Department of Education invites states to complete the application for their share of the second disbursement of $800 million in funding under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021’s Homeless Children and Youth Fund (…
FERNDALE — A wide variety of booths and stands populate the Ferndale Farmers Market each Friday afternoon, and many of them have at least one thread in common: Their owners love meeting the market’s visitors.
The first Freedom Rally and Parade was planned during COVID-19 in summer 2020 by Lynden-area friends Julie Beld Anderson and Rachel Hernes. The purpose was to support the local business community. This year’s Freedom Rally, on July 4, offered live music, food trucks, and a handful of brief s…