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Tim Ballew talks to Whatcom council about goals, potential conflicts

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Owners of the "Clock Tower" house in Ferndale react to ending dispute with city

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  • Driving Lake Terrell Road in whiteout conditions

    Strong northeast winds created whiteout conditions on Lake Terrell Road near Ferndale, Wash., on Tuesday, Feb. 7, following three days of heavy snows. The conditions kept many Whatcounty County schools closed Monday and Tuesday.

Driving Lake Terrell Road in whiteout conditions

Strong northeast winds created whiteout conditions on Lake Terrell Road near Ferndale, Wash., on Tuesday, Feb. 7, following three days of heavy snows. The conditions kept many Whatcounty County schools closed Monday and Tuesday.
Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com