That leaves a vacancy to fill for Whatcom Superior Court
LYNDEN — Find out about the Nooksack River Floodplain Integrated Planning (FLIP) process at a meeting Wednesday, Jan. 15, in the BP Place building (use Gate 2) on the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds.
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.
WHATCOM — Barron Heating & Air Conditioning recently created two $5,000 scholarships that can help people obtain family-wage jobs in the building trades without incurring significant education debt.
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.
LAUREL — Whatcom County Executive-elect Satpal Sidhu invites all to a community celebration of his election at a Jan. 11 swearing-in ceremony to be conducted by County Auditor Debbie Adelstein at Meridian High School.
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.
WHATCOM — The Lummi Island ferry will be out of service for necessary inspection and maintenance of the Lummi Island and Gooseberry Point terminal facilities from approximately 10:10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 15, Whatcom County Public Works announces.
OLYMPIA — The Washington State Department of Commerce has announced the awarding of $1.73 million in competitive grants from the state’s Homeless Students Stability Program to five projects that will provide services to help students and families experiencing homelessness, including unaccomp…
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.
WHATCOM — Snapper Shuler Kenner Insurance, in its eighth annual turkey drive, received enough donations to give out 384 turkeys to two county food banks in November.
LYNDEN — After being known for teaching and coaching for 42 years, John M. Rozeboom has written a book that encompasses his whole life of 77 years.
BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom Transportation Authority invites social and health services agencies to apply for free day passes to distribute to their clients in 2020. WTA provides up to 50,000 free day passes to approved agencies each year.
BELLINGHAM — The Homeless Strategies Workgroup has set a Friday, Nov. 15, meeting, starting at 8:30 a.m., in the Whatcom County Civic Center Annex building, 322 N. Commercial St., lower level, to broadly address the issue of homelessness in Whatcom County.