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LCHS releases first-semester honor roll

LYNDEN — Lynden Christian High School has released its first-semester honor roll, and the following students are named:   4.0 grade-point average Seniors — Dylan Blok, Ian He, Joe Kooiman, Braelyn ...

WCC listed among nation’s best

BELLINGHAM — For the second time in a row, Whatcom Community College has been named among the nation’s top 150 community colleges by the prestigious Aspen Institute. The nonprofit institute selected ...
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By the numbers: The school bond

LYNDEN — The ballots are out for the Lynden School District’s Feb. 11 election request for a $46 million bond. If approved, the money, combined with $16 million in state matching funds, will pay to ...

Industry reps to be at Meridian school

LAUREL — The Northwest Career and Technical Academy will host industry leaders on Monday, Feb. 10, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in Meridian High School’s CTE Building, 194 Laurel Rd. Students, parents and community ...

Locals make university honor rolls

EWU releases fall dean’s list CHENEY — Eastern Washington University has released its fall-quarter dean’s list, and the following local students are named: Lynden—Blair Bomber, Kelly Heerspink, ...
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‘The Phantom of the Opera’ premieres at LCHS

LYNDEN — Lynden Christian High School will soon premiere “The Phantom of the Opera,” a production with solid community support and a dedicated cast filling roles. The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, ...

FAFSA filing event set for Thursday at LHS

LYNDEN — The Lynden School District will host a FAFSA filing event from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 16, at Lynden High School. The event will help families that would like assistance filling out their ...

Retirees give schools $4,500

WHATCOM — The Whatcom County School Retirees Association gives out mini­grants and scholarships to local schools. Recently, 12 schools and 37 classrooms enjoyed a visit by a Whatcom County school retiree ...
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Paying for better schools

LYNDEN — On Tuesday, Feb. 11, Lynden School District residents will vote “yes” or “no” on a proposed $46 million facilities bond that, if approved, will go toward constructing two new schools ...
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Sophomores learning CPR

LYNDEN ­— This year’s high school sophomores are getting trained in a new skill. And while it may not land them a great job, it could save someone else’s life. They’re learning the basics of CPR, ...