41 new troopers join State Patrol

  OLYMPIA ­— Forty-one new Washington State Patrol troopers were sworn in during a graduation and commissioning ceremony in the capitol rotunda on June 26.   After completing ...

RC flying air show July 27-28

  WHATCOM ­— The Bell Air R/C Flyers radio-control model airplane club stages its free annual air show July 27-28 at the flying field near Silver Reef Casino south of Ferndale. ...

Ferndale Farmers Market rolling into summer

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Running with a purpose: Rosalie Fish sheds light on missing, murdered indigenous women

Her face paint calls attention, and she was showing it at the state track meet in Cheney By Eric Trent [email protected]   LUMMI — Through a sea of hundreds of faces, one ...

Council approves code modifications

Thornton Street overpass contract supplement approved; Jensen new Old Settlers council liaison By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — The Ferndale City Council convened ...

New mapping tool reveals Pioneer Village stories

Find out where each structure originated By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — Ferndale’s own Pioneer Park features the largest collection of slab cedar houses in ...

Citywide scavenger hunt launches Monday

‘Great Ferndale Alien Abduction’ runs through July 19 By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — It’s midsummer mystery time again in Ferndale, and this year the ...

Blaine man nabbed for buying stolen catalytic converters

More than 100 of the vehicle devices have been reported stolen in 2019   WHATCOM ­— A Blaine man was arrested last week in connection with a spike in the number of automotive ...

Don Samuel combines family atmosphere with dance hall feel

Restaurant now open on Industrial Place By Brent Lindquist [email protected] FERNDALE — Manuel Reta reads the Bible on the radio every Sunday, and a passage from the Books of ...

Three river levees being repaired

Corps started work Monday at Hannegan, Ferndale and Sande-Williams   SEATTLE — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began repairing three Nooksack River levees on Monday, June 17. ...