This is a preliminary step in anticipation of opening Canada’s borders to any fully vaccinated travelers on September 7th.
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100s of bicyclists will be rolling through many parts of Whatcom County tomorrow, July 17th.
"The new laws will significantly affect officers’ ability to detect and prevent crime, hinder the apprehension of criminals and render our community less safe."
The Washington Department of Agriculture projects a $1.2 billion crop loss statewide this year as a result of the drought.
The Medical Examiner's office assumed jurisdiction in over 140 death investigations in 2020 compared with 137 in 2019.
Lots of fireworks were visible around the county despite warnings to use restraint this year due to high fire danger.
Effective immediately: All outdoor burning is prohibited including yard debris fires, land clearing fires and recreational fires.
Fire danger has increased following prolonged drought, a record-breaking heat wave and forecasted winds that can spread a wildfire quickly through the dry grasses and forests.
"Very dry conditions and continued high temperatures are a severe concern."