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LYNDEN — Money loaned to Lynden from the state’s Department of Commerce will repair and replace sidewalks, curbs and gutters on Front and Fifth streets. The city also plans to improve the sewer lines ...
Lyla Louise (McIvor) Tjoelker was born on April 3, 1930, in Kirkland, Washington, to David Lyle and Louise Margaret McIvor. Lyla passed away on Sept. 21, 2014, following a brief illness. The third of six ...
LYNDEN — A 20-unit apartment building with commercial space on the ground floor has started to change the landscape of east Lynden. Brothers Mike and Craig Engels sit about three months from completing ...
LYNDEN — Randy Smit, owner of Van’s Plumbing & Electric Inc., said he started glancing at the former fire station on 19th Street in October 2013. About a full year later, Smit will finish moving ...
LYNDEN — The latest Edaleen Dairy retail outlet won’t look much like an Edaleen store until you walk inside, said Mitch Moorlag, general manager. Edaleen, already with retail outlets at its farm north ...
WHATCOM — Drivers who plan to travel to Canada via Lynden and Sumas have a new source of information to use when choosing a border crossing. A contractor for the Washington State Department of Transportation ...
LYNDEN — Pour on the pig at the Lynden FFA corn maze. In the maze’s 15th year, the Lynden FFA Boosters have had success sending patrons through the pig-shaped corn maze just south of downtown Lynden ...
LYNDEN — Lynden football measures big plays by touchdowns. Plenty of touchdowns. And in a variety of ways. Two offensive plays into the top-ranked 2A Lions’ defense of their 2A state championship — ...
LYNDEN -— The Big Ole siren wail at about 6 p.m. last Thursday indicated something big was up. It was, in fact, the transfer of ownership of the buildings that are the Jansen Art Center. A crowd gathered ...
Starting quarterback Sterling Somers called Lynden’s 48-22 season-opening victory against King’s “loads of fun.” That fun started from the Lions’ second play from scrimmage, a 68-yard touchdown ...