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Korthuis makes Dean’s Honor List

Jenah Korthuis, daughter of Steve and Robin Korthuis of Lynden, was named to the Cedarville University (Ohio) Dean’s Honor List for the 2015 fall semester. Jenah is a freshman majoring in special education…. ...

Eastern Washington U. lists high GPAs

CHENEY ­— Eastern Washington University lists the following local students on its fall quarter Dean’s List, representing a GPA of 3.5 or higher: Bellingham — Jordan Assink, Chandler Hodge, Joshua ...

New idea: Give diapers, run a 5K

By Brooke Hanson intern@lyndentribune.com LYNDEN — This was certainly a unique entry fee for a 5K run. The Lynden High School ...

Rendering of the new Lynden Middle School

A rendering of the new Lynden Middle School shows the two-story building on Line Road. The designs for both Lynden Middle and Fisher Elementary are underway with King Architecture and Zervas Group Architects, ...

Six LC students to be in All-State music event

LYNDEN ­— Six music students at Lynden Christian High School have been chosen through auditions to participate in the Washington Music Educators Association All-State event in Yakima Feb. 10-14, 2016. ...
The Mt. Baker Forestry FFA Team took fifth at nationals in Louisville at the end of October. From left are Jarin Strachila (13th place individual), Carson Schmidt, Jordan Fleming, Garrett Brown and adviser Todd Rightmire. (Courtesy photo)

Mt. Baker, LC FFA teams take fifth at nationals

WHATCOM — Two local high school teams placed fifth in national FFA competition Oct. 28-31 in Louisville, Kentucky. Each team competed at local and state levels to earn the privilege to represent their ...

Nooksack school excels in helping low-income kids

By Brooke Hanson intern@lyndentribune.com NOOKSACK ­— Nooksack Elementary School is receiving recognition for its exceptional student achievement ...
From left, Cade Huston and Janta Painpraseut work on rewiring an electric board. (Brooke Hanson/Lynden Tribune)

Robotics comes to Lynden schools

By Brooke Hanson intern@lyndentribune.com LYNDEN ­— The small room at the side of Lynden High School’s woodshop classroom has ...

New middle school design can be viewed Nov. 10

By Brooke Hanson intern@lyndentribune.com LYNDEN ­— People are invited to see construction plans for the new Lynden Middle School next week. The ...
Student energy and motivation burst forth from the starting line of Lynden Christian Elementary School’s fall jog-a-thon on Sept. 25. The event raised $63,000 to support school technology needs as well as a charitable cause. (Courtesy photos/Becky VanHofwegen)

Running for classrooms

  WHATCOM — There’s a mix of sweat, laughter, high-fives and exercise-friendly music that encompasses a school’s annual jog-a-thon. But there is a lot more to these run-filled events. While ...