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LYNDEN — Kelley Bouma has kept the shipping portion of Timekeepers alive, taking over the business on Jan. 10 in the Fairway Center. “It actually totally fell in my lap,” Bouma said. “My ...
LYNDEN — While always a moving target, the owners of the planned Waples Mercantile Building, formerly Delft Square, plan to start the nine-month construction process on the Front Street building “on ...
LYNDEN — Two large real estate sales of vacant land in the final quarter of 2014 signal more development for two areas of Lynden. On Oct. 15, Bob Libolt’s North Prairie LLC recorded the purchase ...
Evert Scholten went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Jan. 5, 2015, at the age of 91. Evert was born on Oct. 15, 1923, to Hein and Elizabeth Scholten in Edgerton, Minnesota. The family ...
LYNDEN — Elements Hospitality is still forming potential uses for the basement of Dutch Village Mall while continuing on a path of creating 12 rooms at the Dutch Village Inn. During an update given ...
LYNDEN — As the price of crude oil continues to fall on the international market, the price of gasoline drops locally, down more than $1 per gallon from the same time last year. The national average ...
LYNDEN — The local Boy Scouts will again hold a community Christmas tree pickup and recycling event, this year on Saturday, Jan. 10. Within the Lynden city limits, the scouts will pick up trees ...
WHATCOM — After a strong beginning in the first quarter relative to 2013, Whatcom County’s real estate market softened mid-year, but it made up the difference at the end. More home sales closed ...
WHATCOM — Success garners attention. And so does failure. The Lynden Tribune’s annual top five news stories of the year list includes a healthy mix of both, including some controversy baked in for ...
WEDNESDAY New Year’s Eve The Jansen Art Center hosts a Manhattan New Year’s Eve Celebration from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 31. The four-course dinner and entertainment is $80. Details: 354-3600. ...