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LYNDEN — On a rainy night at Lynden’s Rollie DeKoster Field, the field conditions were beyond sloppy. Jerseys were covered in mud and Lions’ equipment managers must have been sweating just thinking ...
PASCO — Led by the sixth-place finish of junior standout Collin Magnusson, the Meridian boys cross country team took third place at the 1A state cross country meet on Saturday. Magnusson finished the ...
LYNDEN — With two victories last week, the Meridian girl’s soccer team advanced to the 1A state soccer tourney. The Trojans, who are 15-4-2 on the season, defeated Northwest 2-0 last Tuesday and University ...
BELLINGHAM — With their backs against the wall, the Lynden volleyball girls didn’t blink. Instead, they extended their season on Saturday at the 2A district volleyball tournament. The Lions faced Lakewood ...
ANACORTES — Heading into the season, Lynden coach Linda Bode had an aspiration of getting some of her young swimmers to the 2A state meet. Over the weekend at the Fidalgo pool in Anacortes, several girls ...
SEATTLE — The Nooksack Valley volleyball team entered Saturday’s 1A tri-district tournament with a chance to make it to the state tournament, but the team lost both of its games at King’s High School. ...
LYNDEN — After nine years as a stand-alone event operated by the Northwest Washington Fair, the Lynden PRCA Rodeo will now be part of the fair, showcased as the main grandstand draw on the fair’s Friday ...
LYNDEN — Not long ago, Nancy McHarness walked into Lynden High School carrying a caramel macchiato contained in a shiny new stainless steel The Woods Coffee travel mug. The recipient of the gift was ...
LYNDEN — There hasn’t been a visual change yet at what used to be Delft Square, but that isn’t for lack of behind-the-scenes work. The design for a complete overhaul of the burnt and vacant shell ...
Following a 3-2 victory over Life Christian Academy on Thursday night, the Nooksack Valley Pioneers advanced in the 1A tri-district tournament and will play South Whidbey at 11 a.m. at King’s High ...