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LYNDEN — After three days of hearings, comment and deliberations, the Lynden Planning Commission recommended denial of all the appeals brought forth by Dick Vandenberg regarding the West Main Street ...
LYNDEN — Installing five sanitary water towers in tsunami-stricken regions of the Philippines wouldn’t have happened without a completely local effort. Led by Calvary Creekside, a church located east ...
LYNDEN — Depending on whom you want to believe, the temperature this Fourth of July and beyond could easily top 90 degrees. And whether you go with the National Weather Service’s conservative forecast ...
LYNDEN — For those not sitting around in the evenings reading the Lynden Municipal Code — specifically section 13.04.300 — city officials want to remind citizens that rules do stipulate only three ...
LYNDEN — Nothing kicks off a new Youth With a Mission (YWAM) base quite like getting the group’s founder, Loren Cunningham, to speak. As YWAM continues its plans to create a base in Lynden, the ...
LYNDEN — Derek Barclay knows failure. But now he fully understands success. The 2005 Lynden High School graduate, who now lives in San Diego, has created LoanHero, which recently raised $21.7 million ...
Three entrepreneurs join forces in love of craft beer LYNDEN — Over a few drinks — what else? — a group of friends hatched the idea of a local taphouse. That idea brewed into Overflow, which will ...
Appeals on Preferred Freezer site pushed to June 22 LYNDEN — Dick Vandenberg appealed to the City of Lynden relating to various permits issued to Preferred Freezer Services to construct a $32 million ...
LYNDEN — Local motocross riders will make their Northwest Washington Fair debut during a night of competition on Saturday, Aug. 22. The fair is partnering with the Mount Baker Motorcycle Club to ...
Dutch Village Mall location will serve as Discipleship Training School By Tim Newcomb firstname.lastname@example.org LYNDEN — A new tenant brings ...