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.
Conservation groups in British Columbia, Canada released 500,000 healthy juvenile Chinook salmon April 25 as part of the “Feeding Our Endangered Orcas Initiative” led by the South Vancouver Island Anglers Coalition.
Carole Teshima of Bellingham and Pat Kawabata of Des Moines recall discrimination again Japanese Americans during World War II at the dedication of the Arch of Healing and Reconciliation in Bellingham, Washington on Saturday, April 21.
The Pacific Whale Watch Association, which includes 32 companies in Washington and British Columbia, has adopted vessel operation guidelines it says will better protect killer whales and humpbacks in the Salish Sea.
Ron Guier makes his first appearance in Whatcom County Superior Court on Friday, April 13, in Bellingham. Guier is accused of first-degree child rape, first-degree child molestation, first-degree incest, second-degree rape and witness tampering.