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LYNDEN — Standing on top of the mound is something Lynden pitcher Peter Bovenkamp has grown used to during his four-year career on the diamond for the Lions. On Monday afternoon against Lynden Christian, ...
WHATCOM — At this time last season, Lynden Christian soccer coach Brent DeRuyter was ready to get his team in shape for state soccer competition. The Lyncs had the pieces in place and seemed destined ...
DEMING — It’s been an excellent start to the spring for both the boys and girls track teams of Lynden Christian High School. LC opened its season Thursday with a dominant victory over Mount Baker and ...
BELLINGHAM — Led by pitcher Kaleb Brownfield’s solid performance, Mount Baker took down Squalicum on Friday evening, 6-1. Brownfield, who made his season debut starting on the hill, held the home-team ...
EVERSON — Nooksack Valley High School has released its first-semester honor roll, and the following students are named: 4.0 GPA Seniors — Laura Gelwicks, Morgan Perry, Michael Whitmer. Juniors — ...
TACOMA — Pacific Lutheran University has released its fall semester dean’s list, and Lynden High School graduate Amber Stokes is named. She is working toward a bachelor of science degree in physical ...
LYNDEN — Sticking to form, the Northwest Washington Fair has announced the addition of a classic rock group and a Christian artist to its grandstand lineup for the August event. With country acts Dwight ...
LYNDEN — Lynden’s Greg Klassen has already proven himself artistic. Now he’s turning historical too. The local furniture maker, who has participated in shows across the country, will join 120 artists ...
WHATCOM — There’s nothing haphazard about the way Aaron and Lea Newcomb have entered into the mission of providing a safe, recovery-minded hope for sexually trafficked and otherwise exploited women. ...
By Marnie Jones for the Lynden Tribune LYNDEN — University of Massachusetts law graduate Nasheba Barzey is ready to give back. It’s been nine years since Nasheba found herself homeless, pregnant ...