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LYNDEN — Phone calls to Lynden residents warning of a threat of arrest if the call receiver doesn’t send money to the IRS or U.S. Treasury should be ignored and treated as a scam, according to John ...
LYNDEN — Thousands of absentee ballots have made determining the winner of a Whatcom Conservation District board of supervisors race between incumbent Larry Helm and challenger Joy Monjure a bit more ...
Howard Abram Kooiman, age 82, passed away unexpectedly at his home in Manhattan, Montana, on Tuesday, March 3, 2015. Howard was born in Redlands, California, on Oct. 9, 1932, a son of Herman ...
A celebration of life will be held for James “Jim” Hill, age 81, who died on Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Services will be held on Friday, March 20, at 6 p.m. in First ...
YAKIMA — Even Lynden Christian head coach Roger De Boer was stunned. As the Lyncs headed to the locker room with a 20-point halftime lead over defending state champion Zillah in the state ...
LYNDEN — One of Lynden’s largest businesses will soon have a downtown presence, with Lynden Door planning a “Collaboratory Center” on Front Street. John Ridder, Lynden Door senior vice president, ...
LYNDEN — Amy Harksell, city planning director, is searching for a Lynden resident to serve on the Planning Commission. Don Galloway recently resigned — and was officially recognized by the mayor ...
CLEARBROOK — So maybe the February we just lived through wasn’t the warmest one on record, but it wasn’t far off. With an average high temperature of 53.5 degrees, according to the official ...
LYNDEN — Teri Treat, co-owner of the coming Waples Mercantile Building in the former Delft Square location, has announced the signing of Avenue Bread as the revitalized building’s “premier tenant.” The ...
LYNDEN — An odd sight greeted Monday morning commuters through downtown Lynden: A burnt-out BMW sitting unattended in the city parking lot at Front and Seventh streets. But the vehicle was attended ...