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Review: ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2’ breaks my mind instead

BELLINGHAM — I am not in the target market for the Twilight Saga. That’s an important fact to consider when reading my review of the film. I’m a 26-year-old male who loves going to the movies but ...
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Being Santa (shh, don’t tell Everson kids)

EVERSON — A few weeks ago, I got suckered into playing Santa Claus for the Everson-Nooksack Winter Festival. Let me back up for just a second; when I say “suckered,” I really mean “asked nicely.” ...
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Meridian grad from sports to ballet

LYNDEN — For 2010 Meridian graduate Seth Weatherby, dancing ballet was originally just a means to an end. Now, it’s a passion. “I got into it myself for sports really,” he said. “I did baseball ...
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State of the Arts: Spielberg brings Honest Abe to cinemas

Daniel Day-Lewis is arguably the best actor working today, but the guy is famously choosy about the roles he takes on. That’s part of the reason why film fans got so excited when Day-Lewis signed on ...

Whatcom Community College celebrates 45th anniversary

BELLINGHAM — Fun fact: Shortly after Whatcom Community College opened its doors in 1970, the college operated classes out of the building that currently houses the Lynden Tribune. That office was opened ...

Local superintendents unsure of charter schools here

WHATCOM — Charter school legislation is now a reality in Washington, with voters’ approval of Initiative 1240 due to be certified on Dec. 5. The ballot measure authorizes the formation of up to 40 ...

Local superintendents unsure of charter schools here

WHATCOM — Charter school legislation is now a reality in Washington, with voters’ approval of Initiative 1240 due to be certified on Dec. 5. The ballot measure authorizes the formation of up to 40 ...
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Giving thanks Holiday traditions at Lynden Christian Elementary School

LYNDEN — Holiday tradition runs deep at Lynden Christian Elementary School. Wandering the halls of the school, especially around Thanksgiving and Christmas, reveals the nature of these traditions, many ...

Locally created sci-fi short showcases beauty, power and simplicity

SEATTLE — High-quality, low-budget science fiction can be hard to come by in the cutthroat world of moviemaking. That’s because so many sci-fi projects place their emphasis on world-building. Creating ...

New Laws Marijuana, Marriage laws start on Dec. 6

WHATCOM — Washington State became arguably the most progressive state in the union on Tuesday, Nov. 6, as voters approved ballot measures in favor of marijuana and same-sex marriage legalization. On ...