SEATTLE — In winter and especially in adverse weather, Bloodworks Northwest struggles to keep its blood inventory at sufficient levels to serve medical facilities.

ATLANTA — Point 27, a global nonprofit, has sent gifts of Thin Blue Line scripture-inscribed dog tags called Shields of Strength to the Lynden Police Department to honor fallen Interim Police Chief Michael Knapp, who died Nov. 6, 2019, after being hit by a vehicle.

Growth drives schools; many county officials retire; Ecology takes over water planning; city buys Glenning site; two die trying to save dogs; Sen. Ericksen adds a Cambodia job; Bass convicted of Stavik death; P.O. mural causes furor; Farm Pavilion built; Sumas gets $2 million for projects 

LYNDEN ­— The 2020 January Series of lectures and concerts from Calvin University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, livestreamed to Third Christian Reformed Church, 514 Liberty St., starts Jan. 8, 2020.

LYNDEN ­— Both the new Farm Pavilion and its anticipated Farming for Life Experience exhibit can still use year-end financial support to close the gap on goals, a letter from the Northwest Washington Fair Foundation states.

LYNDEN — The Jennifer Scott Trio is the next music performance in the Concert Series of the Jansen Art Center at 321 Front St. The concert is at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, open to all ages. Tickets are $25 each.

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