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Flex Movement Lab: ‘Not your average yoga’

Form-focused fitness classes a new option for Ferndale By Ashley Hiruko [email protected] FERNDALE — Flex Movement Lab is officially opening its doors to patrons this week, ...

Alcoa reacts to tariffs on foreign aluminum

Exemptions should be extended, and a different approach used with China By Brent Lindquist [email protected] WHATCOM — The new 10-percent tariff on foreign aluminum imports ...

Lifetime leads to farming right on River Road

Riverhaven is Richard Kauffman’s ‘little paradise’ of cooperation with nature By Alyssa Evans for the Lynden Tribune   LYNDEN — Richard Kauffman plans to spend the rest ...

Self-serve taphouse planned for Ferndale

Coconut Kenny’s co-owner partnering with manager to bring DownTime Taps to North Sound Center By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — Whatcom County is no stranger ...

KD’s Barber Shop now open

Co-owners readied space for customers in just three weeks By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — Even if it’s before or after posted business hours, if the barber ...

Disney Institute comes to Ferndale

Ferndale Chamber of Commerce hosted institute’s Business Excellence seminar on Thursday By Brent Lindquist [email protected]ne.com FERNDALE — Disney came to Ferndale last week, ...

Local beer wins in New York competition

Atwood Ales is getting noticed by those who buy product for a living   BLAINE ­— The local Atwood Ales Farm Brewery was awarded a bronze medal for its beer Triticale at the seventh ...

New bar, cafe open in former Maggie’s Pub space

Curry House Café ventures into American breakfast By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — There’s a new eatery in town, and it’s located in a very familiar location ...

Wheels and Wine provides safe passage to tasty brews

Breweries, pubs, wineries, distilleries all on the list By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — When Elise King used to drive for Yellow Cab, she took note of an untapped ...

Intalco could stay open

Pending agreement with Bonneville would keep potlines running through February 2018 By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — Alcoa and the Bonneville Power Administration ...