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WHATCOM – The Nooksack Valley School District’s $27.9 million construction bond was passing easily in Tuesday’s special election. As of the count taken at 8 p.m. Tuesday evening, the ...
Anybody who read my review of the first “Hobbit” movie a few years ago certainly knows that I’m a little harsh on needlessly long movies. The way I see it, if a director sends a movie that’s ...
LCHS honors first-semester achievers LYNDEN — Lynden Christian High School has released its first-semester honor roll and the following students are named: 4.0 grade-point average Seniors — Isaiah ...
LYNDEN — For the first time in quite a while, Todd Apple doesn’t know exactly what’s next. The Lynden High School principal recently announced that he would be parting ways with the school ...
LYNDEN — Fisher Elementary School students learned that many objects in space are light years away, but learning about space can happen very close to home. The Pacific Science Center’s Science ...
LYNDEN — Lynden Christian School has chosen Paul Bootsma to replace outgoing superintendent Don Kok when he retires following the 2014-15 school year. Bootsma currently serves as principal and ...
LYNDEN — Having put on the decidedly adult-centric “Phantom of the Opera” last year, director Dee Apodaca was looking to tell a more kid-friendly tale for this year’s Lynden Christian High School ...
LYNDEN — When it comes to restoring old machinery, the key is often to work backwards. Sometimes, backwards by more than a century. That has been the case with the 1910 steamroller that is ...
The headlines made by the release, or lack thereof, of “The Interview” are far more interesting than the movie itself. That’s an outcome I pretty much expected, because how could a comedy really ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden School Board voted Thursday night to approve a resolution that will put a $48 million school facilities construction bond up for a public vote on April 28. According to the ...