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Run-first Lyncs dominate

LYNDEN — Lynden Christian head coach Galen Kaemingk calls his offense a “run-first” unit, and that designation carried plenty of literal meaning on Friday night. The Lyncs began the game with five ...
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Local volleyball teams see tournament action

LYNDEN — The Lynden girls volleyball team had a rough offseason, losing seniors Kat Webb and Hannah Rothwell in June to season-ending injuries. The Lions didn’t begin their season on an ideal note ...
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Lynden proves its big-play prowess

LYNDEN — Lynden football measures big plays by touchdowns. Plenty of touchdowns. And in a variety of ways. Two offensive plays into the top-ranked 2A Lions’ defense of their 2A state championship — ...
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Introducing the Tribune’s new sports reporter

By Cameron Van Til Dear readers, As the new sports reporter at the Lynden Tribune, I’d like to take an opportunity to introduce myself. The ultra-abbreviated version is that my name is Cameron Van Til ...
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Kramme enters 24th season as Lions’ leader

LYNDEN — Season 24. When the lights heat up on Friday, Lynden football coach Curt Kramme will have 23 other season openers to compare it to. But this time King’s — the same school that last beat ...
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First North County Road Run fills Lynden streets

  LYNDEN — Downtown Lynden was a-running on Saturday morning. The E2 Fitness North County Road Run, with a start/finish line adjacent to Centennial Park on Fourth Street, offered three distances ...
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Football jamborees make return on Friday

WHATCOM — Local high school football teams again have game environments without a game on the line as jamborees make a return to the schedule. Over the last few years, the state’s governing body of ...
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Summer brought a batch of YMCA improvements

LYNDEN -— Outside painting of the Lynden YMCA building should be wrapped up this week, completing a round of improvements to the 35-year-old building this summer. On Monday, Frank Nydam and Phil Dykstra ...
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‘Computerized’ photo draws extra looks at fair

LYNDEN -— As people strolled through the Northwest Washington Fair’s artwork area and scanned the photographs there last week, eyes were often drawn to one photograph in particular. It seemed to be ...
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Learning the art of spycraft in real science

It’s easy to think of spying as a purely fictitious concept. From the books of Ian Fleming to John le Carré to the myriad of spy thrillers that hit theaters decade after decade, espionage fiction has ...