- Business Directory
- Special Sections
- Spring Sports Magazine 04.01.15
- Who’s Who 3.25.15
- Spring Drive Whatcom 3.18.15
- Home & Garden Show Preview 3.04.15
- Wrap 03.15
- Coupon Book 03.15
- Progress Edition 2.25.15
- Encore 02.18.15
- Country Life 2.11.15
- Healthy Living 1.28.15
- Lynden Chamber Directory 01.2015
- Best of Lynden 12.31.14
- Everson-Nooksack News 12.03.14
- Kids Design An Ad 11.26.14
- Christmas Songbook 11.26.14
- Veterans Day Tab 11.05.14
- Fire Prevention Tab 10.01.14
- Fall Home Improvement 9-24-2014
- Northwest Washington Fair Magazine 8.06.14
- Health Care Guide 6.25.2014
- Graduation Section 6.04.14
- Lynden Rodeo Program
- Play Whatcom
- Contact Us
- Log in
LYNDEN -— It would be hard to top the sense of achievement reached in 2013 when the Lynden Bike-a-thon for Cystic Fibrosis hit its 30th year having raised a cumulative $1 million. So the long-running ...
WHATCOM — At a Farm Water Meeting in January, farmers unveiled a bold strategy of seeking to form a number of new Watershed Improvement Districts in Whatcom County. Their goal is a significant and sustained ...
LYNDEN — Just in time for Children’s Book Week, a StoryWalk trail will be opened starting at City Park’s Million Smiles Playground on Saturday. May 17. The StoryWalk is meant to be an innovative ...
BELLINGHAM — Sen. Doug Ericksen, R-Ferndale, will join a panel of legislators and policy makers in a May 21 debate hosted by Freedom Foundation at the Whatcom County Courthouse. Admission is free. The ...
WHATCOM -— State Rep. Jason Overstreet, R-Lynden, will not seek a third term from the 42nd District, and prominent Republican Luanne Van Werven, also of Lynden, will run for the position instead. Those ...
LYNDEN — More than a roomful of goods plus $1,850 in cash is the Lynden community’s gift of relief to those who suffered through the March 22 mudslide that claimed at least 41 lives at Oso in Snohomish ...
LYNDEN -— The city now has the first ambulance utility north of Seattle, with a $6 monthly fee due to start July 1. The remaining question is: how should the money be spent? With dissenting votes, the ...
LYNDEN — IMCO Construction, builder of the city’s new water treatment plant, has scheduled to start a second round of pile driving and installation the week of May 12. This step will involve the removal ...
LYNDEN -— A Lynden woman, in addition to her prominent role heading a global nonprofit, has been named Mother of the Year for Washington State. Celeste Mergens, a mother of six by birth, said she considers ...
WHATCOM -— It may be close to the best of times, in terms of milk price, to be a dairy farmer. That’s good news for milk-producing Whatcom County. The indicator Class III manufacturing-grade price ...