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VANCOUVER, B.C. — When the Vancouver Bach Choir performs Handel’s “Messiah” at 8 p.m. this Saturday, Dec. 14, in The Orpheum Theatre, Yuki Caldwell of Lynden will again be singing in the first ...
OLYMPIA — In the first year since same-sex marriage became legal in Washington State, same-sex couples made up 17 percent of marriages performed, statistics from the Washington State Department of Health ...
WHATCOM — The county, City of Bellingham and Port of Bellingham are joining forces to create a new unified emergency operations center near the Bellingham International Airport. More than 24,000 square ...
LYNDEN — Some water rights applications are being processed using a private-sector partnership with the state Department of Ecology, local farmers were told at the Small Fruit Conference Thursday. ...
WHATCOM — The county is moving ahead toward construction of a new jail. The County Council on Nov. 26 approved buying the preferred LaBounty Road property in south Ferndale for $6.1 million. The 40-acre ...
LYNDEN — New rules are proposed for in-home businesses in town. A completely new chapter on “home occupation permits” came to the Lynden City Council Monday and will be up for public comment at ...
WHATCOM — In the first round of applications received by the state, Whatcom County shows about two dozen who are ready to take the leap of dealing in legalized marijuana. About half of those applications ...
SIOUX CENTER, IA — A Dordt College student from Lynden was a partner in a fall 2012 Africa filming project that has now won two awards. Jayson Korthuis teamed up with another senior, Justin Gloudemans ...
LYNDEN — Larry Nyhoff wasn’t looking for the publicity, that’s for sure. But after 42 years of working for the city, he’s earned some. Sitting at a big table with his fellow Public Works employees ...
LYNDEN — In 2014 the city expects to take in 1 percent more in property tax revenue, about $19,000, beside what comes in from new construction and property improvements. One percent is the general ...