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Vandalism, failures contribute to Custer derailment

FBI, other agencies’ investigations still awaited By Brent Lindquist [email protected] CUSTER — A recent report issued by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) did not ...

Testing programs ramp up as students return to school

Soon schools across Washington will be teeming with students for the first time in more than a year. Supporting the effort to get students back into schools, and formulating plans to ...

E-edition

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First Fed opens Ferndale branch

First Fed and foundation donated over $200,000 to Whatcom nonprofits in 2020 By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — Kimberly Tucker has been in banking for decades, ...

Property taxes: Who pays what?

Property taxes vary around Whatcom County; assessor website identifies each property owner’s responsibility By Brent Lindquist [email protected] WHATCOM — A wide variety of ...

A Golden Month in the Garden

By David Vos for the Tribune LYNDEN — Photographers call it the golden hour, that magical first hour after sunrise and last hour before sunset when the lighting is just perfect for ...

Country Life: Grow lettuce in September

Tips on transitioning from summer to fall growing By Bill Helm [email protected] LYNDEN — The transition from summer to autumn is clear in oh, so many ways. Baseball moves from ...

Whatcom Community Food Assessment ready for public review

  What is the state of Whatcom County’s food ecosystem? The Whatcom County Food System Committee has the answer as they have published the 2021 Community Food Assessment (CFA) ...

A festival at Triple Wren Farms

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Old Settlers elect officers

Lucas, Vroman, King, Johnson elected to officer roles By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — The Whatcom County Old Settlers Association hosted its annual trustee picnic ...