Steve Banham, Lynden public works director explains how
a failed culvert created a sinkhole along North 8th Street, resulting in a road closure that could take months to fix and could cost from $500,000 to $1 million to fix.
Philip A. Dwyerpdwyer@bhamherald.com
Sinkhole closes Lynden street
Aerial footage of salmon net damaged during eclipse's high tides
Ferndale eclipse crowd watches moon take bite out of sun
Watching the eclipse in Bellingham, Ferndale
Watch what happens when the eclipse falls on the first day of school for teachers
Watch as the Mount Baker football team checks out the solar eclipse
See kids from the Wenatchee Youth Circus do tricks on a trampoline at the fair
City pulls Confederate general's name off Bellingham bridge
'Boom-mates' discuss their experiences in renting
Capsizing is fun, but righting a turtle is little harder at WWU sailing camp
See a time lapse video of the Northwest Washington Fair
It's a pooch slumber party at this new Bellingham doggie daycare
Watch Kenyan acrobats form human pyramids at the Lynden Fair
Nick and Haley Apollo just opened their new location for The Puget Hound, a doggie day care and boarding facility in the former Whatcom Humane Society building near the Bellingham International Airport.
Zuzu African Acrobats thrill the crowd at the Festival Stage at the Northwest Washington Fair Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017. The Kenyan acrobats, dance, flip and form human pyramids three times a day at the fair.
Samuel Mayorga Salas speaks about why he came to the United States for work and why he and others decided to go on strike from their jobs at Sarbanand Farms on Friday, Aug. 11, in Sumas. Salas is one of about 70 temporary farmworkers who were fired after going on strike in protest of working conditions and the death of one of their coworkers.
Faustino de la Cruz Arizon speaks about being recruited as a farmworker and why he and others decided to go on strike from their jobs at Sarbanand Farms on Friday, Aug. 11, in Sumas. Arizon is one of about 70 temporary farmworkers who were fired after going on strike in protest of working conditions and the death of one of their coworkers.
Michael Vree of Lynden and four of his friends decided it would be fun go airborne in a 1990 Honda Accord during the "Jump Your Junk" event at the Northwest Washington Fair in Lynden, Washington on Monday, August 14, 2017.