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Verna Mae Koehn, age 91, of Lynden, went home to her Heavenly Father on Saturday, March 1, 2014, in Lynden Manor. She was born on Oct. 8, 1922, in Corn, Okla., to Cornelius D. and Esther A. (Kiehn) Reimer. ...
LYNDEN — Local furniture artist Greg Klassen will show his handcrafted furniture at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show to be held at Pier 94 in New York City March 20-23. The show is where the ...
LYNDEN — Straight on the heels of two nights of rodeo action at the 2014 Northwest Washington Fair will come country singer Gary Allan performing in the grandstand on Thursday, Aug. 14. The fair also ...
Two met in theater group, fostered relations LYNDEN — A call to Lynden police regarding a 15-year-old runaway led to the arrest of Michael James Sulak, 52, of Ferndale, on child rape charges on Feb. ...
LYNDEN — More than 70 of some of the top bull riders in the country are coming to Lynden as this year’s local Professional Bull Riders Touring Pro Division event expands to two days, April 4 and 5. ...
LYNDEN — As the newly imagined Dutch Village Mall starts to take shape structurally, new tenants will start to make their presence felt physically. Even as Elements Hospitality, the building’s main ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Pioneer Museum Endowment Foundation will host a collectibles and antiques sale to support the foundation on March 21-22. The museum wants the public to participate, both in the sale ...
WHATCOM — What started as a manageable amount of snow on Saturday turned into so much more by Sunday morning. And while the forecast continued to call for rain and melting by Sunday evening and into ...
LYNDEN — Even after the Washington State Legislature pulled roughly $3 million of funding for Lynden’s Pepin Creek project in the waning days of the final 2013 session, the city’s Public Works department ...
LYNDEN — When U.S. marshals and the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office called, Lynden police were ready to help arrest an ex-felon the two entities were looking for, even if the suspect was likely to ...