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WHATCOM -— A Friday evening with the Donnellan brothers, who grew up in Ferndale, kicks off the Whatcom Symphony Orchestra’s new season on Sept. 5. Grant Donnellan is the WSO’s concertmaster and ...
Apparently Sol Lewis and friend R.B. LeCocq did not themselves subscribe the $2,000 needed to buy the City Park property all in one afternoon, as legend has it. But Lewis, as Lynden Tribune publisher, ...
EVERSON — Whatcom County’s Cloud Mountain Farm Center will partner with the Puget Sound Food Hub to provide aggregation and distribution services for local farms that sell their products direct to ...
WHATCOM — To help kick off Whatcom Water Weeks, Bellewood Acres will host the first annual Oysterfest Northwest on Saturday, Sept. 6, from noon to 4 p.m. The event will feature local shellfish grown ...
LYNDEN — A program to manage 4.61 miles of shoreline within the city of Lynden is under review by the Washington Department of Ecology and is open for public comment. The proposed updates to Lynden’s ...
LYNDEN -— If the Indy 500 starts the summer, consider the Lynde 500 to mark the end of summer. The local non-motorized version of exciting racing features pushkarts powered by people. Benefiting the ...
LYNDEN -— Property owned by the Whatcom Transportation Authority just south of its Lynden transfer station at 1945 Front St. is officially up for sale. Sealed bids on the 1.25-acre piece are due in by ...
WHATCOM — One regional decision went in favor of coal exports last week while another went against, with the local Gateway Pacific Terminal proposal still in the balance in the middle. After two years ...
LYNDEN -— Outside painting of the Lynden YMCA building should be wrapped up this week, completing a round of improvements to the 35-year-old building this summer. On Monday, Frank Nydam and Phil Dykstra ...
It was the extension of a railroad spur into Lynden in 1904 that really created the opportunity for freight hauling. Ed Austin had already been the driver of the Lynden Stage carrying people, and some ...