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LYNDEN — Even with the retirement of Irv Timmermans at the end of August, the Fairway True Value hardware store will continue to operate in its same location come September. Whatcom Farmers Co-op has ...
WHATCOM — The road construction work just keeps growing in the Lynden area. In addition to current construction of two roundabouts on East Badger Road and Fishtrap Creek bridge replacement on Main Street ...
Bikers on the 105-mile route of the 2013 Tour de Whatcom passed through Lynden on Saturday. The charity pledge ride also had 50- and 25-mile routes…. This content is for subscribers only. Already ...
BELLINGHAM — Larry and Toni Clark, co-owners of Bellingham’s Bakerview Nursery, announced Monday that Sept. 30 will serve as the final day in business for one of the county’s longest-running retail ...
LYNDEN — A retirement party is set for Friday, Aug. 2, for Bill Verwolf, who ends nearly 12 years as Lynden’s city administrator this week. The party, open to the public, will be from 3:30 to 5:30 ...
BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom Parks and Recreation Foundation invites everyone to walk, run, bike or drive down to Kulshan Brewing Co., 2238 James St., Bellingham, on Wednesday, Aug. 14, from 4 to 8 p.m. ...
By Annika Wolters Big, open spaces. A mid-June cloudless day, my first drive down Hannegan Road — that 15-mile stretch of patchwork fields — to the picturesque city of Lynden was accompanied by a staticky ...
WHEREAS, the agriculture industry of the Lynden area has for generations created a positive economic impact for Lynden and the surrounding communities in Whatcom County; and WHEREAS, the Puget Sound Antique ...
Growth management must be on the table With the upcoming County Council election on the horizon, it is extremely important that we all be aware of growth management issues and the need for council members ...
Editor’s Note: Table Talk will be a twice-monthly feature in the Lynden Tribune arising from talk at the tables of Lynden’s eateries. The topics may be related to news, community or whatever ...