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LYNDEN — The numbers are all very impressive, to say the least. For starters, Lynden Christian has allowed an average of just 33.8 points per game this season. Then there’s this: ...
MOUNT VERNON — Over the course of the season, Lynden’s biggest challenge has been finding consistency. At times, the Lions would flash the potential of a team capable of being one of the ...
TACOMA — Lynden senior Alexus Garcia had just wrestled in the final match of her high school career, pinning her opponent in a mere 26 seconds to earn seventh place in state in the 170-pound class ...
LYNDEN — An operetta may seem like a difficult choice for a high school drama production, but for Tina Miller’s group of LHS performers, it was just the right fit. “After last year’s musical, ...
MOUNT VERNON — Lynden’s halftime adjustment in Monday night’s 68-54 district semifinals win wasn’t so much an adjustment as it was a rededication. After using their superior size and ...
MOUNT VERNON — Neither of the Lynden Christian basketball teams won their respective district title games on Saturday at Mount Vernon High School. But neither has much — if anything — ...
NOOKSACK — Each year, the Nooksack Valley girls’ basketball team has an acronym for its season. This year’s is F.A.M.I.L.Y. — “Forget about me, I love you.” And perhaps no player embodies ...
LYNDEN — Up until early January, Lynden junior and third-year wrestler Primitivo Cruz had never placed in a tournament. And as head coach Alan Moore put it, Cruz had gotten off to an average start ...
LYNDEN — “Rabbit Hole,” which won a 2007 Pulitzer Prize for drama, opens a three-week run Feb. 5 at the Claire vg Thomas Theatre. It’s about a happy couple whose lives are turned ...
LYNDEN — From Mount Baker’s Emily Yost and Emily Brandland, to Ferndale’s Linsey Honeycutt and Abby Reid, to Burlington’s Tyra Lopez and Edie Breckenridge, to Lynden Christian’s Kara Bajema ...