Children attend Milk Makers Fest. (File photo/Lynden Tribune)

E. coli outbreak leads to lawsuit

Children attend Milk Makers Fest. (File photo/Lynden Tribune) Negligence alleged against Lynden fair, school district and Dairy Women WHATCOM ­— Three local families are filing a lawsuit for damages ...
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Districting panel starts debating lines, maps

Non-voting chair, numbers expert now in place WHATCOM ­— Let the debate about new County Council district lines begin. With two needed positions now filled, the Whatcom County Districting Committee ...
Fourth grader Angel Cartagena looks at drawings of a new Lynden Middle School Monday as his mother Suzie, a middle school paraeducator, talks with architect David King. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

Lynden schools’ design passing final scrutiny

Fourth grader Angel Cartagena looks at drawings of a new Lynden Middle School Monday as his mother Suzie, a middle school paraeducator, talks with architect David King. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune) Fisher ...
Jim and Denyce Jennings are happy to be living in Lynden after their careful nationwide search. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

Chance comment finds couple home

Jim and Denyce Jennings are happy to be living in Lynden after their careful nationwide search. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune) LYNDEN ­— Somewhere out there are three RVing Lynden couples that can be ...

Republican caucuses light on presidential talk

Caucus chair Kathy Kershner advises a precinct group led by Randall Marston (with sheet) at the Republican caucus held Saturday at Isom Elementary School in Lynden. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune) Process ...

Lynden lines up alternative jails

Sumas is also taking action for just-in-case scenario LYNDEN ­— In case it comes to that, Lynden will have an out-of-county place to take its jail inmates. The City Council agreed on Feb. 16 to a pair ...

Dairy bill vies in Legislature

WHATCOM ­— The county dairy industry supports a legislative effort to keep the state Department of Agriculture involved in any new regulation of farms’ impact on water quality. Over the past year, ...
Students at Bernice Vossbeck Elementary School listen to “Maddi’s Fridge” author Lois Brandt on Friday. The kids also collected 1,683 food items (piled in background) to go to the Project Hope Food Bank. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

Author inspires students to share stories — and food

Students at Bernice Vossbeck Elementary School listen to “Maddi’s Fridge” author Lois Brandt on Friday. The kids also collected 1,683 food items (piled in background) to go to the Project Hope Food ...

City leases to RDS for garbage transfer, digesting plans

Owner Larry McCarter knows he has plenty of hoops to get through LYNDEN ­— Larry McCarter told city leaders Monday he realizes he has many hoops to jump through yet to achieve his goal of a municipal ...

County redistricting gets underway

New group must create five districts instead of the current model of three WHATCOM ­— As a result of last November’s election, changes are coming to the county’s election format. The County Council ...