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LYNDEN -— It’s a typical busy Wednesday food distribution day at the Project Hope Food Bank. People ...
LYNDEN — After state voters approved Initiative 594 in November, Lynden Pioneer Museum Director Troy Luginbill worried about one thing: cost. Under the new law, which goes into effect Dec. 4, even private ...
LYNDEN — The Whatcom Transportation Authority board of directors voted on Thursday to remove an unused portion of the WTA’s Lynden property on Front Street from surplus. Whatcom Cemetery District 10 ...
LYNDEN — “You’ll shoot your eye out, kid!” has become just about as common a phrase as “jingle ...
SUMAS — Splitvane Engineers Inc., an engineering firm located in town, is in the process of building ...
LYNDEN — Just a little over a year ago, neither Jordan Wittenberg nor Jonathan Whetnall were even playing ...
For the second straight week, Lynden faced a program lacking recent state experience. And once again, ...
Among the 113 veterans who were honored at the Lynden Community Center/Lynden Lions Club turkey dinner ...
BELLINGHAM — With a blowout in full swing and a running clock enacted by the early part of the third ...
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LYNDEN -— Just before Thanksgiving, Lynden Christian School students collected over 11,000 pounds of food — enough to fill two mini-buses and two vans — for the Project Hope Food Bank. The food drive ...
LYNDEN — Celebrate the holiday season by participating in many activities surrounding Lynden’s Lighted Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 6. Already on Friday, a holiday dessert baking contest takes ...
LAUREL — “Leadership as service” is an important theme in the Meridian High School leadership class, and one that teacher Patrick Ames definitely chooses to emphasize. “When I started three years ...
LYNDEN -— Bob Hagedorn is in a group that plays racquetball at the Lynden YMCA three times per week. So he knew the condition of the racquetball courts there. He is also a brother-in-law of Mayor Scott ...
LYNDEN — “You’ll shoot your eye out, kid!” has become just about as common a phrase as “jingle bells,” thanks to the enormous popularity of the film “A Christmas Story.” he Lynden Performing ...