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SEATTLE — Four years ago, border-dwelling Lynden resident Wayne Groen fought federal charges against him to a jury trial, losing one count and winning one count. This time, he has pleaded guilty to ...
LYNDEN — No matter what the weather is today, the mood for music is being set for the next five days by island sounds and the color of harmony. The seventh annual “Claire de Lune” Lynden Music ...
LYNDEN — Bee in Bloom, a husband-wife team growing lavender and selling products, is one of the new vendors at this week’s craft and antique extravaganza. Dr. Brent and Sara Whitehead have been raising ...
Lynden Middle School band students joined with the Borealis Brass quartet (in blue, behind) to play a Handel tune at the opening ceremonies of the Lynden Music Festival on Wednesday, Oct. 14, in Dutch ...
WHATCOM — Carl Weimer, 10-year County Council member and executive director of the national Pipeline Safety Trust, was to be honored at the White House on Tuesday, Oct. 13, as one of 11 Transportation ...
LYNDEN — Elected city leaders are getting pay raises and most department heads will see small increases, with a few exceptions. The Lynden City Council on Monday passed two salary-setting ordinances. ...
Drinkable water is now being produced by the new Lynden Waterworks treatment plant. The $32 million facility, over two years in construction, started operation on Sept. 18 and is being put through various ...
LYNDEN — Should a UTV be allowed on city streets? That question occupied the Lynden City Council for a long discussion Monday, as Laurie Morgan — formerly of Riverton, Wyoming, where UTVs are allowed ...
LYNDEN — Just three weeks away, as everything is turning definitely autumn, the 2015 Lynden Music Festival will bring the warm sounds and the verve of Hawaii to town. The festival will be Oct. 13-18, ...
LYNDEN — The 106-yearold building at 401 Front St. will be demolished this week, and the Fourth Street alley between Front and Judson is closed as a result, city Public Works announces. Strengholt ...