Everson man, 75, shot, injured; two, ages 23 and 26, in jail for attempted murder

  WHATCOM ­— Two have been arrested in connection with the shooting of a 75-year-old man on Oat Coles Road east of Everson Wednesday morning, the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office reports.   Esmeralda ...

Charter review process wrapping

  WHATCOM ­— The Charter Review Commission is wrapping up its package of proposed county government structure changes to be sent to voters in November.   The emphasis is definitely on elections. ...
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Road rebuilds all over

Hannegan Road in reconstruction south of Hemmi   WHATCOM ­— Hannegan Road is limited to single-lane flagged traffic south of Hemmi Road weekdays for the next six weeks.   The restriction began ...
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Relaying with granddaughters

Virgil Stremler, who is doing well after surgery for esophageal cancer, enjoys a picture-taking moment with granddaughters at the Relay For Life of North Whatcom Friday evening at the Northwest Washington ...

Five judges for Lynden’s Got Talent named

  LYNDEN ­— The lineup of judges for next month’s Lynden’s Got Talent contest have been announced. They will be: Doug Broersma, Bonnie Dick, Malcolm Oliver, Deb Slater and Pete Kremen.   Doug ...

Issue in court: dog kennel in ag zone?

  WHATCOM — Rover Stay Over, a Hannegan Road dog kennel in conflict with the county and some neighbors as well, is asserting its case with an appeal in Whatcom County Superior Court.   Dozens ...

Husband, wife dead in apparent murder-suicide near Nooksack

  WHATCOM ­— A couple died in an apparent murder-suicide at their rural home on Wednesday evening, June 10, the county Sheriff’s Department reported.   Deputies responded at about 6:20 p.m. ...

E. coli linked to barn

Samples match to fair’s north-end dairy bleachers, manure bunker, Milk Fest’s hay maze; bacteria can live for 42 weeks By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com ...

E. coli linked to fair’s dairy barn

Samples point to north-end bleachers, manure bunker, Milk Fest’s hay maze Health experts: Strain can be in environment for up to 42 weeks By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com ...
The intersection of Fifth and Front streets is one big construction zone for now. Dawson Construction is redoing utilities, streets and sidewalks as well as creating the Waples Mercantile Building in the former Lynden Department Store structure (left). (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

The changing scene

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