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BLAINE — Luke Ridnour has played for six teams over the course of his 12-year career in the NBA. And a flurry of trades this offseason has made him — technically speaking — a member of four ...
Newcomer Rebecca Ferguson is the star of the show this time around By Brent Lindquist email@example.com The “Mission Impossible” ...
BELLINGHAM — Bellingham Post 7 had opened the Senior American Legion state tournament with a pair of wins, and was fresh off a 14-run outburst in its second game. Then the bats went ice-cold. Post 7 ...
WHATCOM — There are lots of good homes for pets in Whatcom County, but Patricia Maass learned very quickly as a Whatcom Humane Society volunteer that there simply aren’t enough. Maass saw many ...
A century ago, professional wrestling was one of America’s most popular sports. And a world champion grew up right here in north Whatcom County. Editor’s note: A version of this story appeared in last ...
LYNDEN — Seventeen years ago, Dutch Mothers Family Restaurant owner Dave Black approached local youth basketball coach and hoops enthusiast Jerry Blankers with an idea. “He said, ‘Jerry, ...
WHATCOM — A photo taken by Ruth Appel at Appel Farms of Ferndale is currently featured in the Washington State Convention Center’s special exhibit, “Harvest: The Bounty of Washington” through ...
SEATTLE — Playing one sport in college is challenging enough, especially at the Division II level. Doing so while juggling a rigorous academic major is even more difficult. But balancing ...
LYNDEN — The winning dessert in the Lynden Tribune’s annual Raspberry Dessert Contest beat out the competition by highlighting raspberries. Of course, the rest of Megan Jensen’s dessert had ...
MOSES LAKE — All weekend long, the Lynden 10-and-under baseball team had to battle multiple opponents: the scorching Moses Lake heat and, of course, the opposing teams. Lynden handled both challenges ...