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WHATCOM -— On several 4-3 votes Sept. 16, the County Council chose to delay two weeks on the matter of forming four new Watershed Improvement Districts in the rural county. But general support was voiced. ...
At the beginning, as Lynden’s earliest settlers pushed back the surrounding forest, hops for beer was a crop that thrived, to go with the usual family mix of chickens, hogs, cattle and horses on a stump ...
WHATCOM -— Health authorities have not been able to determine the specific source of an E. coli infection that took the life of a 3-year-old Lynden girl on Sept. 5. The death of Brooklyn Hoksbergen, ...
LYNDEN -— The Christian Health Care Center hopes to have a new adult day health center built and running by mid-2015. The 5,400-square-foot center, capable of serving 60 persons per day, will be on property ...
LYNDEN -— Former telephone company property on East Badger Road could become the city’s long-sought public works yard. The Lynden City Council on Monday decided to offer $1.22 million for the 3.84 ...
The earliest people in the Lynden area were, of course, the native Nooksacks. They lived in the area for perhaps hundreds, if not thousands, of years. The earliest settlers were mainly of English origin, ...
In February 1929 Lynden Tribune publisher Sol H. Lewis was pictured in the Seattle Times — on a page also featuring famed pilot Charles Lindbergh getting engaged and inventor Thomas Edison turning 82 ...
LYNDEN -— No new language on fireworks in town has been prepared, although at the least the city’s ordinance could be brought into line with state law, says Police Chief Jack Foster. The Lynden City ...
SUMAS -— In 2015 the city would like to build sidewalks on the west side of Hovel Road to the Howard Bowen Memorial Park ballfields. That $76,000 expenditure is listed on the city’s six-year transportation ...
LYNDEN -— A 35-room inn in the former Delft Square building may still not be a certainty. But the city is taking steps to help make it financially feasible. A City Council committee last week gave its ...