Also, Fisher Elementary experienced pipe rupture, water damage
WHATCOM — School was canceled or two hours late throughout the county Monday and Tuesday, as everyone battled the cold weather that rolled in Sunday night.
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 — Monday, Dec. 16, offers a chance for Lynden School District residents to find out more and react to projected growth, upcoming bonds and levies, and district budgets ahead.
WHATCOM — The Health Professions Affinity Community (HPAC) aims to introduce students to health-related careers while empowering them to address their communities’ most pressing health disparities.
The Meridian FFA Agricultural Mechanics team represented Washington at the national competition held in Indianapolis three weeks ago and ended up placing eighth in the nation out of 44 teams entered. Pictured are, from left: coach Brent Feller, students Hailey Gallatin, Wyatt Brink, Jose Mal…
LYNDEN — If it’s snowing up at Mount Baker, it means the Lynden School District’s Winter Ride Bus is starting to prepare for another ski and snowboard season.
LYNDEN — “Anne of Green Gables” is the fall play of Lynden High School performing arts students Nov. 7-10 at Judson Auditorium, 516 Main St. Four shows are at 7 p.m. Thursday and Saturday, and 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
LYNDEN — For the month of August, the Lynden branch of Banner Bank at 138 Birch Bay–Lynden Rd. is hosting a food drive for Backpack Buddies in preparation for the upcoming school year.
BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom Literacy Council will host the annual Literacy Breakfast with Nancy Pearl Thursday, Nov. 7 from 7-9 a.m. at Bellingham Technical College’s Settlemyer Hall. A $15 registration will be required to reserve a seat. Early registration is advised.
BELLINGHAM — Former Whatcom Community College trustee Tim Douglas has received the Trustee Leadership Award from the Washington State Association of College Trustees. He was honored at the association’s spring meeting in Walla Walla last month.
EVERSON — Kids and teens in the Nooksack Valley School District will once again be served free lunches at multiple park locations of the cities of Everson, Nooksack and Sumas.
LYNDEN — At its May 21 meeting, the Mt. Baker Rotary Club awarded $48,000 in scholarships to 24 outstanding Whatcom County high school student graduates of 2019.
WHATCOM — The Lynden/Ferndale Masonic Lodge on May 16 was able to recognize Lynette Ondeck of the Nooksack Valley School District as the first 2019 Educator of the Year to be honored in local districts.