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In October of 1914 my grandfather Sol Lewis had the wisdom and foresight to purchase the Lynden Tribune and I am thankful for that courageous decision. I am thankful for this wonderful community and its ...
ONGOING Holiday Festival BelleWood Acres hosts a month-long Honeycrisp Kringle celebration, starting Nov. 23, with a variety of events at the 6140 Guide Meridian Rd. apple farm. Details: bellewoodfarms.com. ...
LYNDEN — The Upper Room has opened in downtown Lynden. A new Washington Prayer Alliance group has formed to host a prayer and worship ministry at 517 Front St., an upstairs location tucked down a hallway ...
LYNDEN — Celebrate the holiday season enjoying the Dutch Sinterklaas tradition and also Lynden’s Lighted Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 1. Families can welcome Sinterklaas as he arrives with ...
SEATTLE — High-quality, low-budget science fiction can be hard to come by in the cutthroat world of moviemaking. That’s because so many sci-fi projects place their emphasis on world-building. Creating ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden City Council talked through the pros and cons, then voted 4-3 to approve buying a 2012 Chevy Tahoe SUV as a new fire department command vehicle. A council majority agreed with Fire ...
WHATCOM — Washington State became arguably the most progressive state in the union on Tuesday, Nov. 6, as voters approved ballot measures in favor of marijuana and same-sex marriage legalization. On ...
LYNDEN — The tables and chairs at the Lynden Community Center were packed with more than 200 patrons well before the clock struck noon on Friday. And the Thanksgiving meal was hot and ready for them. ...