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Whatcom ReStart grant recipients listed

269 receive up to $15,000 to survive COVID; 30 Ferndale businesses listed as grant recipients   WHATCOM ­— Listed below are the names of all the businesses who were approved ...

County Health Dept.: COVID cases on rise

Pace has picked up since Sept. 8   WHATCOM — The number of COVID-19 cases in the county is not trending in the right direction, said the county Health Department in a Tuesday, ...

Saving Casper

Whatcom County Fire District #7 rescues dog trapped By Hailey Palmer [email protected] FERNDALE — Earlier this month, firefighters from Whatcom County Fire District Seven were ...

Staff updates council on court, city hall plans

COVID-19 has delayed plans, but interim court improvements are coming By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — Jori Burnett and the rest of the staff at the City of Ferndale ...

Thornton project in settlement phase

Radder: Current phase not exciting, but necessary for final product to work By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — Ferndale’s various capital projects continue throughout ...

Ferndale bans recreational fires

All outdoor burning prohibited; propane, natural gas fire pits, barbecures still allowed FERNDALE — The City of Ferndale banned all recreational fires on Sept. 10 in accordance with ...

Council extends Catalyst Program deadline

Council also approved 2021 Organizational Grants Program recipients By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — The Ferndale City Council voted at its Sept. 8 meeting to ...

Ferndale businesses receiving ReStart grants

Businesses can use grant funding to cover rent, wages, operating costs, health measures FERNDALE — More than $290,000 will be distributed to 29 businesses in Ferndale in the form ...

Schooling in the COVID era

If not OK with remote mode, parents get creative — and here’s what some are doing By Elizabeth Kayser for the Lynden Tribune   WHATCOM ­— Public school districts generally ...

Statewide office election forums online starting this week

  SEATTLE — The League of Women Voters of Washington Education Fund and The Spokesman-Review of Spokane announce that voters across Washington State will be able to view ...