Baseball: Ferndale 12U is World Series bound

“We are bigger and stronger than almost all of the teams we have played,” manager Bill Hatchett said. “But Co County was as big, if not bigger, than us. They were a great team ...

Strict distracted-driving law now in effect

Use of handheld devices now prohibited, with few exceptions By Brent Lindquist brent[email protected] LYNDEN — As of Sunday, July 23, drivers in Washington had to be a bit more careful ...

No Hirst fix, no capital budget

42nd District legislators lambast last week’s failure to find agreement OLYMPIA ­— The Washington State Legislature ended a third extra session last week — with no plans for ...

Should pipelines be able to use eminent domain?

County Council votes against advisory vote on Nov. 7 ballot By Ashley Hiruko [email protected] BELLINGHAM — The County Council, after much disagreement, voted against an advisory ...

Maggie’s Pub to close next month

Business to remain open until Aug. 12 FERNDALE — Another local business is leaving downtown. After five years of being open, Maggie’s Pub, located at 2030 Main St., will be closing ...

School supply lists can be viewed online; Ferndale included

WHATCOM — Local parents see their school’s supply lists now posted on TeacherLists.com. With just one or two clicks, it’s possible to find a child’s exact supply list and then ...

Jansen Center invites art submissions for fall exhibit

LYNDEN ­— The Jansen Art Center is looking for new exhibits to show this coming fall. Juried exhibits are open for regional artists to show their talents. Artists can submit up to ...

A summer’s worth of good times

This is a column by Ferndale Mayor Jon Mutchler A couple hundred new homes, new families and new businesses: it can seem like Ferndale is rapidly changing. Sure, the Nooksack may rise ...

Letters to the Editor — July 26, 2017

Supports Karlberg I write in support of Doug Karlberg’s candidacy for port commissioner from District 2. If you live in the Lynden/Everson/Sumas area, your votes will be decisive ...

Over 12 percent of ballots already in

Use drop boxes, skip a stamp WHATCOM ­— More than 12.3 percent, or 13,006, of the 105,063 county ballots sent out for the Aug. 1 primary election were already returned to Whatcom ...