Ordinance No. 1493 Setting Salaries for Elected Officals Amending Portions of Ordinance No. 1475

ORDINANCE NO. 1493 SETTING SALARIES FOR ELECTED OFFICIALS AMENDING PORTIONS OF ORDINANCE NO. 1475 WHEREAS, on December 15, 2014, the City Council of the City of Lynden adopted Ordinance No. 1475, which ...

Public Notice – All Watershed Improvement Districts

PUBLIC NOTICE All Watershed Improvement Districts Residents within the Bertrand, Drayton, Laurel, North Lynden, South Lynden, and Sumas Watershed Improvement Districts have an opportunity to: 1)  Nominate ...
Gerry Tyas helps a client at the Nooksack Valley Food Bank. (Brooke Hanson/Lynden Tribune)

Changes in Nooksack Valley Food Bank

By Brooke Hanson intern@lyndentribune.com EVERSON — After 29 years of operation, the Nooksack Valley Food Bank has a new director. Jim Noteboom, ...

Disappearance in South Fork area two years ago still unsolved

WHATCOM ­— The Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office is refreshing public awareness of an unsolved local man’s disappearance in October 2013. Detectives ask for anyone’s assistance with any information ...

Meridian, Lynden districts work with UW on teacher leadership

WHATCOM — Making sure schools support every child in reaching their full potential is a complex task. The challenge is even greater at places such as the Meridian School District in that they must run ...
Dmitri Vilenski and Olga Smirnova pick apples on Olga’s Oct. 1 birthday at BelleWood Acres apple farm, 6140 Guide Meridian Rd., where U-picking continues, and picked apples are available at the BelleWood store. (Brooke Hanson/Lynden Tribune)

Harvesting local apples

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An open house was held at Everson City Hall Friday for retiring police officer Robert Waldo. Among his wellwishers were, from left, Erika VanDyken and Lauren Edge, daughters of the late Erik Ramstead, who was Waldo’s chief for 25 years. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

Everson service honored

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Four-year-old Mason Stanbro, of Nooksack, rides at the front of the Lookout Mountain Gospel Railroad, with operator Dale Bearden behind, at the annual Train Show sponsored by the Lynden Lions Club at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds last weekend. Farther back, dad Derek Stanbro was riding with Briella, 3 months, and from the side Rachael Fujiwara waves to her father and daughter on board. It was all part of the event featuring model trains of various scales, also detailed running modules and model railroad supplies in the Jansen building. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

Taking a different kind of train in Lynden

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More Whatcom County homes sold in Q3 than in any third quarter in the last decade

WHATCOM — More Whatcom County homes were sold in this year’s third quarter than in any third quarter during at least 10 years, according to a local report. The Whatcom County total of 917 homes sold ...

Grennell leaving Hope Association, Kok stepping in

LYNDEN — After 14 years heading the Christian Hope Association and 40 years in all in nonprofit work, Jim Grennell is leaving his executive director position this month, and former Lynden Christian Schools ...