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WCC, WWU team up to create new computer/info services degree

BELLINGHAM — The rise of cyber-attacks coupled with a shortage of trained cybersecurity professionals is creating serious consequences for individuals, corporations and government agencies seeking to ...

Lynden earns 10th place in article ranking top family-friendly Washington towns

LYNDEN — Sometimes it’s nice to get some recognition. Lynden earned some from NerdWallet.com, in a June 24 article listing “The Best Towns in Washington for Raising Kids.” “With safe, metropolitan ...

Academic honors

UW releases winter-quarter dean’s list SEATTLE — The University of Washington has released its winter-quarter dean’s list, and the following local students are named: Custer—Makiah Salinas. Everson­—Arianne ...

School Board still mulling performing arts center

LYNDEN — Before the Lynden School Board officially votes on the district’s “to bond or not to bond” question pertaining to its aging facilities, it needs to find the best answer to another question: ...

Students win honors, awards

WSU releases second-semester president’s honor roll PULLMAN — Washington State University has released its second-semester president’s honor roll, and the following local students are named:   ...

Additional senior scholarships announced

WHATCOM ­— These are additional scholarships received by local high school seniors beyond those listed in the June 5 Graduates section of the Tribune:   LYNDEN CHRISTIAN Mikayla Jansma — Calvin ...

Brad Jernberg resigns as Fisher principal

LYNDEN — Five principals have served Fisher Elementary School since it opened in 1962. Their names are well known in the Lynden School District, including Chloe Bedell (9 years), Randy Flowers (12 years) ...
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Silly for graduation

Newly graduated Lynden Christian High School seniors break out the silly string to celebrate their milestone together…. This content is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Login or Subscribe ...

Graduation season starts June 6 at LC

WHATCOM — May is coming to an end, and every year that means that Whatcom County’s high school graduations are right around the corner. The graduations scheduled for each high school are as follows: ...
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Rotary scholars excel in county

Mount Baker Rotary Club awarded $36,000 in scholarships in 2013 to the following Whatcom County high school students: from left, front row, (L-R) Cody Lindquist, LCHS; Mikayla Jansma, LCHS; Maddie Hommes, ...