THE FOURTH CORNER RECOMMENDATIONS!! Here they are: A. STATEWIDE: U.S. Senate Tiffany Smiley. U.S. Congress Representative District 2 Dan Matthews State Secretary of State to fill Kim Wyman's term: Julie Anderson ...
TURN IN YOUR BALLOTS ASAP (make sure your vote gets Counted) Ninth Day of Ballot turn in shows lowest rate since 2014: So far in Northern Whatcom County and the 42nd Legislative District turnout is ...
"To avoid confusion" the Whatcom County Republican Party makes Statement following publishing of Candidate Mailer. See Flyer after Article Here are the lines of the flyer... Was the warning needed? You Decide...
VOTE:FINAL 5: WHAT IS THE BEST RESTAURANT IN WHATCOM COUNTY? - Our last post brought it down to these final 5 Restaurants. - Share this final and most important Poll today. VOTE HERE: linkto.run/p/BS4AFPKL - WHO WILL WIN?
This Category will feature Gold, Silver and Bronze winners.
Final 5 include The Fairway Cafe', CARNAL, That's What I Like Island Grill, The Birch Door Cafe, and Mykonos Restaurant and Lounge ... See MoreSee Less
PSAPSA INCASE YOU MISSED THE NEWS: Nearly 400 wild birds were found Dead at Wiser Lake in Lynden recently. - Several of the Dead birds tested Positive for HPAI, also known as Highly Pathogenic Avian Influeza, or simply 'Bird Flu'.
Whatcom County Health Department has asked the community to avoid contact with sick and dead birds to prevent the spread of the virus.
The following attachment is from the Whatcom County Health Department: ... See MoreSee Less
#BREAKING:#LATEST: HUMAN REMAINS FOUND AT NOOKSACK RIVER ARE 'MALE': "There is no connection to the Leah Roberts case, the deceased was male" -Per City of Ferndale Communications Officer Riley Sweeney in Response to BMN Question. — BMN had decided to ask the question following numerous comments pointing out the 2-decade-old disappearance.
Context (original/un-edited): REMAINS FOUND AT NOOKSACK RIVER CONFIRMED TO BE 'HUMAN': During a routine inspection of the Nooksack river levee yesterday at 10:40AM, City employees located human remains partially buried on the banks of the river. Upon initial review, it appeared that the remains had been in that location for over a decade.
With the assistance of the Bellingham Police Crime Scene Investigation Unit and Whatcom County Medical Examiner’s office, the remains were removed from the river bank and released to the medical examiner for further analysis. At this point in time the identity of the remains has not been confirmed. However, based on evidence gathered at the scene it appears that the remains may be related to a missing person case from the early 2000’s. -Per City of Ferndale Communications Officer Riley Sweeney. ... See MoreSee Less