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LYNDEN — A 72-year-old Lynden man was injured on Dec. 24 when his vehicle crossed the center line and went airborne past the opposite shoulder, striking several objects and a tree. Vernon L. Miedema ...
We’re nearing the end of a great year for movies of all kinds. 2014 was full of surprises and disappointments, just like any year, but what really characterized the past year was the presence of smaller ...
Kornelis and Ann Keizer of Lynden celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a family dinner planned by their children. They were married on Dec. 19, 1954, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. After immigrating ...
1889 census list was a big help LYNDEN — The district that maintains the Lynden and Greenwood cemeteries has compiled a list of all those buried in the two cemeteries who were in Washington before ...
Rachel Nichols has been nominated for All-American cheer team three years in a row WHATCOM— Rachel Nichols might as well be a juggler. She’s already on the Mount Baker High School football cheer ...
WHATCOM — Several local school districts had teachers earn their national board certifications in 2014, including Lynden with four new certifications, Mount Baker with three and Nooksack Valley with ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden School Board had a lively discussion at its Thursday evening board meeting on the future of school facilities and what a potential construction bond might look like. “They didn’t ...
ACME — Laurie Lewis and her daughter Callie both love animals. They also love music. This Christmas, they hope to combine those passions into a project that will provide some extra help for critters ...
LYNDEN — Last week, I took one for the team. I sacrificed myself. I pushed my co-workers out of the path of a moving train. A rich, gooey, sweet Christmas train. I did this by agreeing to sit on a prestigious ...
I can’t stop listening to “Serial.” I listen to a lot of podcasts in the car, and I’m constantly on the lookout for new ones. “Serial” popped onto my radar two weeks ago when I heard it talked ...