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WHATCOM — The Whatcom Farm-to-School program, with support from the Whatcom Community Foundation and Sustainable Connections, is hosting the Ideal Real Meal Contest. In this contest, participants will ...
BELLINGHAM — A new pathway to a baccalaureate degree in computer and information systems security is being planned as a partnership between Western Washington University’s College of Sciences and Technology ...
LAUREL — Parts of the Meridian School District look drastically different than they did not too long ago. The Meridian High School and Irene Reither Primary School campuses are in the middle of massive ...
LYNDEN — Student aid applications can be a daunting process for students preparing for college. On Thursday, Jan. 17, local students will have the chance to get some help with their Free Application ...
LYNDEN — The nation was hit with a harrowing and unfathomable tragedy on Friday when 20-year-old Adam Lanza walked into a Connecticut elementary school and gunned down 26 people, 20 of whom were young ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden School Board met Saturday morning to discuss an unprecedented number of applications for an open board seat. Gary Vis, board president, is resigning his position effective Dec. 31, ...
LYNDEN — Lynden High School students Asli Neal and Victor Gutierrez-Ho were having lunch together one day not too long ago in the LHS cafeteria, chatting about dances. “Victor has a lunch with me, ...
LYNDEN — For 2010 Meridian graduate Seth Weatherby, dancing ballet was originally just a means to an end. Now, it’s a passion. “I got into it myself for sports really,” he said. “I did baseball ...
BELLINGHAM — Fun fact: Shortly after Whatcom Community College opened its doors in 1970, the college operated classes out of the building that currently houses the Lynden Tribune. That office was opened ...
WHATCOM — Charter school legislation is now a reality in Washington, with voters’ approval of Initiative 1240 due to be certified on Dec. 5. The ballot measure authorizes the formation of up to 40 ...