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Citywide meeting outlines city growth and change

Approximately 143 citizens gathered for city event By Ashley Hiruko reporter@lyndentribune.com FERNDALE — The annual citywide meeting caught townsfolk up to speed on all the local ...

Bond Task Force weighs school district priorities

Space for new programs, high school improvements drives potential ballot measure By Ashley Hiruko reporter@lyndentribune.com FERNDALE — Community members gathered for the second time ...

Sheriff’s Office suspends search for lost snowboarders

Storm system made it difficult for searchers to continue MOUNT BAKER — The official search for two Bellingham snowboarders missing at the Mt. Baker Ski Area was called off Wednesday, ...

Farmers tout recent water quality improvements

EPA testing of river finds cows not to blame LYNDEN — A new study from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Lummi Nation shows no evidence that cows are to blame for bacterial ...

WSP seeks any information on car-pedestrian crash in Blaine

EVERETT — District 7 of the Washington State Patrol seeks the public’s help related to a vehicle-pedestrian collision in Blaine on Saturday, Nov. 11. On that day at approximately ...

Council hears from library manager

Air-conditioner funding was taken out of 2018 preliminary budget By Brent Lindquist brent@lyndentribune.com FERNDALE — The Ferndale City Council approved a few different items at ...

Ecology wants to retest wells for nitrates

Additional ones may be needed beyond the 248 checked in 1997 Editor’s Note: This is a recent blog post by the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Northwest (Bellingham) office. ...

Calendar – Week of Nov. 22

Ongoing Noon music The Jansen Art Center, 321 Front St., hosts free live noon-hour entertainment on Wednesdays in the Piano Lounge. It’s Nell Veenstra on Nov. 22 and Meg Krieg on ...

Skookum Kids raises $28,500

BELLINGHAM — Local foster care nonprofit Skookum Kids is $28,500 stronger after hosting a first fundraiser on Nov. 10. Over 200 people attended the event that featured a speech given ...

Cut your own Christmas tree in National Forest

Do it for free if you are a fourth grader EVERETT — The U.S. Forest Service is working through fourth graders across the country, as part of the national Every Kid in a Park initiative, ...