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For the third consecutive season, the Lynden football team will play in the 2A state football championship game. The Lions took down Ellensburg 21-7 on Saturday, sending them to the final. Lynden will ...
SUMAS — Over the past few years, Sumas residents may have noticed that the amount of the community’s Christmas decorations has gone down. In the early 2000s, Sumas Chamber of Commerce President Rod ...
SUMAS — It has only been six weeks, but business has been booming in downtown Sumas for Animal Health International. The company, which moved into the vacant warehouse on Cherry Street next door to Edaleen ...
LYNDEN — As Tristan Moffat walked across the turf at Civic Stadium on Friday night, the Lynden sophomore looked as though he couldn’t be happier. Enjoying every moment of Lynden’s crushing 54-21 ...
BELLINGHAM — It’s been a season full of statements for the Lynden Lions football players. Each week, they continue to prove their naysayers wrong with their performance on the gridiron. Losing 18 seniors, ...
BELLINGHAM — When the Mount Baker football teams packs up the team buses and heads south on Interstate 5 this weekend, there will be a different feel than in 2012. The Mounties will face Cascade Christian, ...
Following their dominant 54-21 victory over Sumner in the 2A state quarterfinals on Friday night, the Lynden Lions will now prepare this week to take on Ellensburg in the semifinals. That game has been ...
Similar to last weekend at Bellingham’s Civic Stadium, cheers and smiles were spotted all over the field for the Mount Baker football team following the final whistle. For the second consecutive ...
As the final whistle blew at Civic Stadium on Friday night and the Lynden football team jubilantly marched onto the field, quarterback Sterling Somers had a huge grin on his face as television stations ...
Since 2010, Lynden Christian senior Courtney Hollander has played a monumental role in the success of the Lyncs’ girls basketball team. Her leadership skills are unmatched, coach Curt Dehann said, and ...