Hats Off expanding to Burlington

BURLINGTON — Lynden’s Hats Off has opened a second location in Burlington. The new Hats Off location, which opened on May 1 at 145 Cascade Place, will feature business and team uniforms or spirit wear ...
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OPINION: There’s nothing like quacking as a duck

Let me give you a hint: Those little quacker noisemakers they try to sell you before you get on the Ride the Ducks of Seattle do have a certain level of annoyance to them, but, boy, are they a hoot if ...

Downtown beautification remakes Fifth and Front street intersection

LYNDEN — If you looked at the right time last week, you could see well-known downtown Lynden businessmen doing a little something different outside their storefronts: laying paver stones and planting ...

Lynden Noon Kiwanis celebrates 50th anniversary

LYNDEN — The local community now has 50 years of Kiwanis service to be thankful for. The Lynden Noon Kiwanis Club, which started out simply as Lynden Kiwanis before a breakfast club split apart as its ...

Expect tractors aplenty for June 1 Farmers Day Parade

LYNDEN — Tractors, tractors and more tractors will lead off the 2013 Farmers Day Parade. The Puget Sound Antique Tractor and Machinery Association has been named the grand marshal for the June 1 parade ...

Two separate restaurants emerge from Homestead space

LYNDEN — Two different restaurants, Steakhouse 9 and Bistro 9, will fill the dining void at Homestead Golf & Country Club. Both restaurants are located above the course’s clubhouse at 115 E. Homestead ...

Museum has variety of talks

LYNDEN — A presentation on “Nooksack Place Names and Food Plants” will be given by Allan Richardson at the Lynden Pioneer Museum at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 11. The Nooksack people had a diverse knowledge ...

Front Street bicycle vs. vehicle accident results in trip to hospital

There were no serious accidents in a bicycle versus vehicle accident at the intersection of Front and Sixth streets in downtown Lynden on Tuesday afternoon. Two boys, ages approximately 8 and 11, were ...

Shaving it off for Relay For Life

LYNDEN — Nothing adds a new wrinkle to a fundraising challenge like adding in a few athletes. Once cancer turns personal, the amount of buy-in for a Relay For Life event increases. By mixing in some ...
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A sky-high treehouse

LYNDEN — Nate Korthuis has always wanted a treehouse. So he built a fancy version in Lynden. Fifty-six feet off the ground and with views of the Salish Sea islands. Not surprisingly, Korthuis’ project ...