Reeling in the big one

WHATCOM — When it comes to fishing in Whatcom County, it’s no secret that there’s a large following. Plain and simple, residents look forward to the time of year when they can dust off their fishing ...

Lio’s Life: Hard times for Mariner fans

I still remember sitting on my parents’ couch when it happened. A six-year-old boy, I was wearing a turquoise Mariners starter hat backwards, with a Seattle shirt to match, and I yelled in sheer jubilation ...
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Lions return to the diamond

LYNDEN — When the 2013 baseball season ended for the Lynden Lions, head coach Cory White knew what it meant for his baseball program. After three consecutive trips to the 2A state tournament, highlighted ...

Local talent on display

BELLINGHAM — Bellingham Slam second-year player Chaz Kok spent the majority of his time on the bench last season. The Lynden High School alumnus looked on as other players ahead of him dominated league ...
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A new era for local football

WHATCOM — The opening day of spring football camp, which started last week, definitely had a different feel at Lynden High School. Seniors Josh Kraght, Zach Vis, Caleb Newman and Dak Shagren were on ...

Harding to retire from YMCA

WHATCOM — It’s been a tremendous ride for Dave Harding. The director of the Whatcom Family YMCA still recalls his first day working with the YMCA back in the early 1970s. He was in his 20s as he began ...

Lions headed to Husky Stadium to face King's

In some exciting local news, the WIAA announced today that the Lynden Lions will face King’s on Sept. 7 at the newly renovated University of Washington Husky stadium. The Lynden vs. King’s ...
With covered dugouts, athletes can now stay dry at Bender.

Big changes arrive to Bender

LYNDEN — It’s been about a month since the completion of the renovations at Bender Fields, but the smile on Lynden Parks Director Vern Meenderinck hasn’t gone anywhere. When asked this week about ...

Braulio’s Sports Banter: The passion is back

For the last five years, watching the NBA has been at the bottom of my to-do list. The constant moaning and whining from the players and general lack of enthusiasm for the sport kept me from watching games. ...
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Trouble on the diamond

  Editor’s note: Former Lynden Tribune intern Adam Lewis recently graduated from Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow College of Communication and took a trip with a group of WSU journalism ...