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WHATCOM — Even at a more than 2-to-1 size disparity, Squalicum and Blaine will co-exist in the same 2A classification this year. And Squalicum isn’t even the largest of the 2A schools. Every two years ...
Exciting finishes were part of the annual Lynde 500 on Fourth Street in downtown Lynden on Labor Day Monday…. This content is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Login or Subscribe Now
Sometimes being the second on the scene is a good thing. What is now known to residents of Whatcom County as Peoples Bank started as the first banking alternative in Lynden in the waning days of 1920. ...
LYNDEN — Hope Lutheran Church hosted 34 bicycle riders last week traveling the nation to raise money for affordable housing. After two nights of camping in forests, the group was ready for the showers ...
WHATCOM — Local high school football teams again have game environments without a game on the line as jamborees make a return to the schedule. Over the last few years, the state’s governing body of ...
LYNDEN — With three beyond-capable quarterbacks in fall camp for Lynden High School, the three-time defending state 2A champion Lions had plenty of directions to turn to run the offense. Veteran coach ...
Erin JoAnne (Eiene) Clanton was born on Feb. 18, 1969, in Bellingham and died peacefully at her home in Seattle on Aug. 6, 2014. She was loved and is survived by Chris, her husband of 19 years; her daughter, ...
LYNDEN — Thank goodness for Friday and Saturday. Without two well-attended days at the Northwest Washington Fair, the six-day event would have struggled even more than it did to pack the Lynden grounds. ...
LYNDEN — A new batch of information puts the proposed Bogaard Meadows project back in front of the Lynden Planning Commission on Thursday, Aug. 28, in a continuation of a public hearing. The proposal ...
Oh, the fickleness of Pacific Northwest weather and how it toys with attendance at the Northwest Washington Fair. Monday offered up the year’s warmest day so far, reaching into the mid-90s during the ...