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BELLINGHAM — Gov. Jay Inslee has appointed business executive Chase Franklin of Seattle to Western Washington University’s Board of Trustees. “Chase has deep roots to Western and a strong commitment ...
BELLINGHAM — Kathi Hiyane-Brown, Whatcom Community College president, recently received the 2014 Chief Executive Officer award of the Trustees Association of Community and Technical Colleges at an annual ...
LYNDEN — By the end of June the Lynden School District will have a brand-new facilities committee in place. Jim Frey, superintendent, said that while the district has had facility committees in the past, ...
BELLINGHAM — Whatcom Community College hosts a June 18 groundbreaking ceremony for renovation of its Pavilion and expansion of the Student Recreation Center. In all, the $13 million project adds 24,000 ...
LYNDEN -— Amy Miller, fifth grade teacher at Bernice Vossbeck Elementary School, has been chosen to attend the Mickelson ExxonMobil Teachers Academy, a week-long institute at the Library Science Center ...
WHATCOM — These are additional scholarships awarded to local high school seniors beyond those listed in the June 4 Graduates section: LYNDEN Bret DeGraaff — Whatcom County Farm Bureau Scholarship ...
Lynden Christian, Lynden and Nooksack Valley all held graduations on either Thursday or Friday, June 5-6…. This content is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Login or Subscribe Now
LYNDEN — Lynden School District administrators are trying to determine how three quotes attributed to Adolf Hitler made it into Lynden High School’s annual yearbook as senior quotes. “We have a process ...
LYNDEN -— These items are included in the “good news” report on the Lynden School Board agenda for Thursday, June 12: • The Washington Financial Literacy Challenge recognizes students who show ...
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