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LYNDEN — The tone got a little testy at times as the City Council worked its way through some split votes Monday, doing business against the backdrop of City Hall legal and administrative turmoil aired ...
John Walt sounds a ‘unity’ theme, leans Republican LYNDEN — John Walt knows he’s fighting the odds being a write-in candidate for Congress, but “I’m following through a passion in my heart,” ...
Amount to 29.5 cents per $1,000 possible; jail effort will wait another year WHATCOM — County voters can expect to vote this fall on a tax hike to bolster the countywide Emergency Medical Services ...
LYNDEN — The city is also defending against a claim of discrimination based on race and alienage by a former part-time temporary firefighter who was passed over for a permanent position. Damon Winters ...
Amy Harksell resigns, claiming gender discrimination and joining two other former Lynden female employees in joint legal action focused on Mike Martin, city administrator LYNDEN — Planning Director ...
Middle school permit, Fisher school fees OK’d LYNDEN — A permit needed from the city for new Lynden Middle School construction came down mostly to how an adjoining street end would be treated. The ...
Fill-in planner hired as needed LYNDEN — Planning Director Amy Harksell is on a leave of absence from her position and it’s not clear when she will return. The Lynden City Council, acknowledging ...
Lynden strongly beats out 24 cities in online voting LYNDEN — “We did it!” was the news in downtown Lynden Friday morning. From online voting for Lynden, the Downtown Business Association has won ...
Van Werven, Buys each face three primary challengers WHATCOM — Each of the incumbent 42nd District state representatives will have three challengers in the Aug. 2 primary election. Luanne Van Werven, ...
Fundraising is happening; location changed to Seventh/Front corner LYNDEN — The Judson statue project is alive and progressing, after all, although with a new spot in mind. In this 125th anniversary ...