Lyncs advance to district title game

As was expected, LC went 2-0 during their games Wednesday in the 1A district volleyball tournament. The Lyncs defeated Meridian 3-0 in the first round, followed by a 3-0 victory over South Whidbey. With ...

LC finishes on top

The 1A district volleyball tournament, hosted at Lynden Christian High School,  is slated to begin later this afternoon and the favorite to capture the crown looks to be the Lynden Christian Lyncs. LC ...
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Locals band together to help Africa

LYNDEN — The DeYoung & Roosma Construction warehouse in west Lynden was full of local residents on Saturday doing their own type of building: Building meal packages for orphans in Africa. The effort ...
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Kim Ryan leaving NCCTK church after 13 years to pursue mission work

LYNDEN — Longtime North County Christ the King church founding pastor Kim Ryan doesn’t know exactly what life beyond Lynden’s largest church looks like. But that’s what faith is all about, right? ...

Raymond Reuble

Raymond Charles “Ray” Reuble passed away peacefully on Oct. 28, 2013, after a brief battle with heart disease. He was born on Sept. 18, 1933, in Coupeville to Gus and Marie (Tesch) Reuble. He graduated ...

Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Steiger

Elizabeth “Betty” Steiger, age 85, passed away on Monday, Oct. 21, 2013, surrounded by her children. She was born to Jeen “James” and Aafke “Alice” (Hoekstra) Baron in Opende, Groningen, Holland, ...

Coralie Ross

Coralie June Ross, of Lynden, passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013, in Lynden. Coralie was 88, born on June 1, 1925, in Bellingham to Clyde Alfred and Naomi Elizabeth (Davis) Hulford. She was a lifetime ...

County roads getting shoulder, centerline rumble strips

WHATCOM ­— A rural county road safety project is being done for three weeks. On 38 miles of roadway, this consists of grinding rumble strips on the centerline and shoulder and installation of centerline ...

Nore more printing of Lynden city ordinances

LYNDEN ­— The city will not be publishing the full text of its passed ordinances in the Lynden Tribune anymore. Instead, only a short summary of an ordinance will be printed in the Public Notices section ...

Opposition speaks on I-522

LYNDEN — Initiative 522, if passed in November’s election, “would require most raw agricultural commodities, processed foods, and seeds and seed stocks, if produced using genetic engineering as defined, ...