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It's unknown how damaged the overpass is
She swapped out narcotics for Tylenol while working at Lynden Manor last year
State constitution, code help Raquel Montoya-Lewis keep her appointed seat
Jurors will have to decide who attacked whom.
The board is referring the store employees who sold the marijuana to prosecutors for potential criminal prosecution
A Skagit County man may be forced to euthanize the two dozen of exotic animals he keeps if he can't find new homes for them
The bonsai tree, measuring about 16 inches tall, was recovered Wednesday morning 2 miles from the museum
The announcement marks a unique find for the state and a rare moment for North America's Pacific coast
The latest report Wednesday from the state's Employment Security Department shows the jobless rate dropped from March's 5.9 percent
Canadian Country Star Terri Clark is now scheduled to perform August 21st at the Northwest Washington Fair in Lynden.
The Whatcom Council of Governments is asking businesses that question.
The Lummi Nation asked the Corps to kill the project because it fears the Cherry Point facility would negatively impact the tribe’s treaty-protected fishing rights.
Thousands of state workers throughout the state, including Bellingham, joined in what they called a unity break yesterday (Wednesday).
Paige Ellens says this drug feels like the closest thing to a cure
Nurse's license was suspended last week
Tech employers across the state want workers with four year degrees
Businesses selling illegal synthetic drug
Rail regulators from the State Utilities and Transportation Commission say B-N-S-F didn’t properly report several spills, including one discovered in Whatcom County.
In a letter to the Army Corp of Engineers, S-S-A Marine asked for about three more months to respond to a Lummi Nation request to kill the project.
The 30-point-6 million dollar project is expected to be finished by the middle of next year.