A chocolate labrador retriever launches into the DockDogs tank to catch the tossed object in the Monday noon show. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

NWWA Fair has it all: Baby pigs, fast dogs, big slow tortoises

A chocolate labrador retriever launches into the DockDogs tank to catch the tossed object in the Monday noon show. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune) LYNDEN ­— Every year the Northwest Washington Fair has ...
Tony Antonucci

Brooklyn-raised man pursues mission here

Tony Antonucci LYNDEN ­— You have to know Tony Antonucci’s story to understand his passion and his cause. Tony, now a Lynden resident, was born in Brooklyn to Italian immigrant parents. His dad died ...
A Whatcom County farm lagoon is one way dairy farmers contain manure and keep it from entering the general water supply. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

Dairies seek right balance respecting land, water uses

A Whatcom County farm lagoon is one way dairy farmers contain manure and keep it from entering the general water supply. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune) WHATCOM — Anyone familiar with the local climate ...
A new building has been designed, and now its funding is being pursued. (Architect’s rendering courtesy of Mark Bratt)

Fair plans a new building at entrance

A new building has been designed, and now its funding is being pursued. (Architect’s rendering courtesy of Mark Bratt) LYNDEN ­— Plans for a new central hallmark building on the Northwest Washington ...

Council action ends Vandenberg appeals

Also, annexation process to be started between Double Ditch, Benson roads By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com   LYNDEN ­— ...
Clients of the brand-new Northwest Adult Day Health and Wellness Center return home after a welcoming first day Monday. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

New adult day health center now open

33 first-day clients Monday likely will rise to 56 maximum By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com Clients of the brand-new Northwest Adult Day Health and ...

Dairy farmers see other factors in water quality decline

New industry effort aims to get out a fuller picture of relevant issues By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com   WHATCOM — ...

Dairy industry takes on water quality critics

Editor’s Note: This is the first story in a three-part series. The next two parts will deal with specifics of water quality measuring and science, existing regulations and practices, and other factors ...

Fair buys Kok Road property

  LYNDEN ­— A 1.8-acre Kok Road property is now owned by the Northwest Washington Fair instead of the city. The City Council finalized the $275,000 price and terms of sale on Monday.   The site ...

Reorganizing Lynden Boys & Girls Club sets July 30 event

  WHATCOM ­— In June, Elsha Grimes took over as director of the Boys & Girls Clubs unit in Lynden after having been program director for two years.   Elsha is a very capable leader who ...