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Luke Ridnour, a Blaine alumnus and current NBA point guard, will be hosting his annual basketball camp on Aug. 6-8 at Blaine High School. Ridnour and his camp staff will teach participating kids the ...
LYNDEN — From May 1 to the end of August, Tim Koetje is a busy man. Every weekend, Koetje, who works for Axiom Construction and Consulting, packs up his truck and heads to a different motocross venue ...
DENVER — At just 19 years old, Treven Salminen found himself in quite a unique situation earlier this month. The Lynden native, who graduated from Lynden High School in 2013, played on Finland’s U-19 ...
LANGLEY — At the end of the 2013 Ragnar Race, a relay from Blaine to Langley on Whidbey Island, Lynden’s Amy VanDalen and her 11 running teammates were just a little disappointed. The 12 women had ...
LYNDEN — I still recall my first time driving into Lynden. It was Tuesday, April 26, 2012. I had left Pullman just two days before, leaving Washington State University, the place I had called home for ...
SPOKANE — As Lynden native Tim Feenstra prepared for the final day of the 2014 Rosauers Open Invitational, he had one thing on his mind. “I knew I had to put the pedal to the metal,” Feenstra said. ...
LYNDEN — Blood, sweat and tears? You better believe it was all on display in downtown Lynden this weekend for the 2014 Northwest Raspberry Festival 3-on-3 tournament. The annual event, which brought ...
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LYNDEN — The number 105 sticks out to Troy Muljat. Unfortunately, though, not for a good reason. Each day, the Lynden native must drive 105 miles to Seattle to receive radiation treatments at the Cancer ...
FERNDALE — In previous years when the calendar reached early July, families of Ferndale and Lynden, like others in the state, would load up the minivan, pack the cooler and head nearly four hours to ...