LYNDEN — Two more diaper give-aways are coming up, associated with Mothers Day and Fathers Day.
WHATCOM — At around 2 a.m. Tuesday, May 4, Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office deputies and Everson and Sumas police officers responded to a report of a stabbing in the 7600 block of Goodwin Road east of Everson.
Architect and building designer are legally distinct and different titles in Washington state. In regard to homes featured in the April 28 Home & Garden section: JWR Design is a design business of Jerry W. Roetcisoender. Mark K. Bratt is an architect.
EVERSON — At around 2 a.m. Tuesday, May 4, Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office deputies and Everson and Sumas police officers responded to a report of a stabbing in the 7600 block of Goodwin Road east of Everson.
LYNDEN — The Lynden School Board will have a special meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 5, to interview interim superintendent candidates and possibly announce an interim selection.
WHATCOM — The Chuckanut Health Foundation has been awarded a contract with Whatcom County and the City of Bellingham to develop a proposed Whatcom County Racial Equity Commission.
EVERSON — The local food bank gardening group meets at 3 p.m. every Wednesday for two hours to prep items for the food bank on Thursday.
LYNDEN — Local high school student artist Emma VandeVoort has won first place in a patriotic art contest sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
LYNDEN — With little interest in commercial use, Brian Davidson is switching over part of his building at Third and Grover streets to residential units instead.
WHATCOM — A $1 surcharge on most ferry trips on the Whatcom Chief to Lummi Island will begin on Monday, May 17. Student, needs-based and qualified senior/disabled fares are exempt.
DEMING — Due to pressure exerted by western Washington tribes, including the Nooksack Indian Tribe, the federal government will withdraw the proposed sale of the Sand Point Archives facility in Seattle, Nooksack tribal chairman Ross Cline Sr. said last week.
WHATCOM — The county’s 2021 road shoulder herbicide application will begin soon. Approximately 250 miles of roads are normally scheduled for seasonal treatment. Lawns and yard areas may have a minimum 12-foot-wide strip treated as well to aid in drainage and minimize pavement damage.