LEGALS- JUNE 24, 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE LEGAL Method, LLC dba Method Homes, Brian Abramson, 95 Yesler Way Ste 300 Seattle, WA 98104-2530, is seeking coverage under the Washington State Department of Ecology’s ...

Tribune, Record offering matching grant funds

  Local businesses struggling to recover from the pandemic will have another tool in hand to help them.   The Lynden Tribune and Ferndale Record are offering a dollar-for-dollar ...

State facing $8.8 billion revenue drop

‘Everything is on the table right now,’ says top Democrat budget writer   SEATTLE — The other shoe dropped on June 17, as the state’s Economic and Revenue Forecast Council ...

Republicans bidding for guv face off here

Forum of Culp, Eyman, Freed and Fortunato on TVW By Calvin Bratt [email protected]ne.com   BELLINGHAM ­— An upstairs training room of Bellingham Cold Storage became the venue ...

Ericksen: State has actually collected $2 billion above budget

‘There is no budget crisis — it’s a spending problem’   OLYMPIA — Washington will collect more taxes this year than ever before — a $2 billion increase — and if anyone ...

Lighthouse Mission ‘Base Camp’ to be at 1530 Cornwall

Bellingham, Whatcom County partner on set-up costs   BELLINGHAM — Lighthouse Mission Ministries will continue to shelter people experiencing homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic ...

Taking critical steps toward local tourism recovery

  This op-ed piece is submitted by Sandy Ward, CEO of Bellingham Whatcom County Tourism.   The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on local jobs. Small businesses, ...

Fireworks sales allowed as of Monday, June 28

  OLYMPIA — Sale of consumer fireworks is allowed beginning Sunday, June 28, at noon and ending at 9 p.m. on July 5.   Many cities and counties in Washington have restricted ...

CHCC tests completely free of COVID-19

But reopening to public must follow along ‘numerous gateways’   LYNDEN ­— No cases of COVID-19 were found among either staff or residents in testing at the Christian Health ...

Letters to the Editor — June 24, 2020

Reasons for spike   I was saddened to see your recent headline that COVID-19 cases have spiked in the Lynden area. I do have to wonder if a variety of recent activities — such ...