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Ferndale's boys' wrestling team dominated its dual meet against Burlington-Edison and Lynden on Wednesday, Dec...The Golden Eagles topped the Tigers 37-28 in their first match, despite not recording a single pin. Ferndale benefited from four forfeits
Ferndale coach Mike Ivy called his powerful 5-foot-11 junior post, Linsey Honeycutt, "a real horse, a genuine Clydesdale." Fortunately for Lynden Christian coach Curt DeHaan, he has a stable of girls' basketball thoroughbreds. The Lyncs suffered two
Ferndale went undefeated in conference last year, and didn't lose a player...Courtney Hollander, Sally Vlas and Karley De Jager - LC is going to be tough to stop...Blaine: Blaine has the size and defensive capabilities to play with anyone, and its
Preparations for the Church Road improvement project are expected to start Monday, Dec...The $4 million Church Road project is expected to start in May to widen and add sidewalks to a narrow stretch of the road between Main Street and Heather Drive.
An investigation into a hit and run that left a Ferndale mother fighting for her life continued Thursday, Dec...Twelve days after a black car struck Emma Lee Briceno, 25, on Chestnut Street, she remains in intensive care with brain swelling at
Ferndale defeated both Anacortes and Squalicum on Wednesday, Dec...The Golden Eagles won their first matches 60-21 over Anacortes. The momentum continued through the second match when Ferndale topped Squalicum 75-0. "I am happy to see my guys go out
December 4, 2013 Stan Dixon , the longest-serving member of the state Board of Forestry and Fire Protection, left the panel Wednesday as his term expired. Dixon, a former Ferndale mayor and Humboldt County supervisor, was appointed to the board by
The empty possessions began to mount up for the Bellingham boys' basketball team. Time after time, the Red Raiders would march up the court just to watch a layup by Kailen Hayes rim out or a jump shot by Dante Check hit off the front iron. It was
The Whatcom County Council agreed to spend $6.1 million on a 39-acre site for a proposed new jail at Ferndale. B91ac ) the vote was 6-1 with the only opponent concerned about possible soil contamination from illegal dumping on the site.
More than 300 protesters on both sides of the Point Roberts border vowed Sunday to step up their fight against five large transmission towers from being erected in the small American community for a Richmond Punjabi-language radio station. About 100