WHATCOM — Easter may have come and gone. But not for Lynden’s Bunanza Rabbit Rescue Ranch and Adoption Center.
Date(s): May 17-19, 7 a.m. until 5 p.m.Location: 1st Street northbound lane closure between Front St. & Grover St.Local Impact: 1st St. northbound lane closure with single lane flagged traffic through Grover St. intersection all directions. Emergency access will be allowed.Detours: Traff…
Fox Sparrow Press is happy to announce the release of Nancy Spaulding’s eagerly awaited book, Home in an Island Garden: In pursuit of an artful life. This is the story of Spaulding’s life, art, romance and adventures of living in the Pacific Northwest.
WHATCOM – The Academy of Lifelong Learning began in 1997 as the Institute for Learning in Retirement, an offshoot of Elderhostel (now called Road Scholar) and the Road Scholar LLI Resource Network.
LYNDEN — Thursday, the Lynden School Board will consider a different English/Language Arts curriculum for students in grades K-5. The proposed new curriculum is Amplify CKLA.
LYNDEN — Through portraiture, Sarah Lane feels called to show people how beautiful and worthy they are.
A building on Main Street in Lynden is demolished Wednesday, April 20, which Lynden Public Works Director Steve Banham said was on city land. The 3/4-acre of land, Banham said, was acquired by the City of Lynden in 2021 for the purpose of doing shoreline improvements associated with the Pepi…
Lynden Mayor Scott Korthuis speaks at the Lynden Pioneer Museum Endowment Foundation Directors Emeritus event in April. Korthuis introduced each living founding director, and posthumously recognized Eric Bauer. Debbie Vander Veen, Dick Decima and George Werkema participate in the event. Deci…
The Nooksack Valley High School FFA started its two-day spring plant sale on Wednesday, April 27 afternoon at the school’s greenhouse. Students helped take orders and helped load plants into vehicles. All proceeds go directly to support FFA student activities and travel. (Elisa Claassen for …
Lynden Fire Department’s firefighters, at the April 18 Lynden City Council meeting. Firefighters, from left, Kerri Jenkins, Jordan Hastings, Trent Martinson, Tim Chartier, Payton Peterson-Scotter, Anthony Taylor. Not pictured, Caleb Monroe and Chad Baar. (Photo courtesy Ellen Korthuis)
LYNDEN — This spring and summer, volunteers at Lynden United Methodist Church have big plans for the border along the creek of the church’s property at 500 14th St.
BELLINGHAM – With COVID-19 transmission rates in Whatcom County significantly increasing, PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center and all Whatcom County PeaceHealth Medical Group clinics will again limit the number of visitors permitted inside its facilities.
BELLINGHAM – On Sunday, May 1, Whatcom County will end its COVID-19 isolation room program at the Baymont Inn and Suites.
WHATCOM COUNTY – April 22-24, Whatcom County experienced what the County Sheriff’s Office is calling “numerous incidents of violent crime.”
LYNDEN - Awarding a contract for the West Front Street project, discussion of approval of the Ziply services agreement and public safety report were amongst the items the Lynden City Council discussed during the April 18 meeting.
Effective immediately, Whatcom County Parks & Recreation is re-opening the Boat launch parking lot, the Nooksack River Trail, and the dog off-leash areas at Hovander Homestead Park.