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LC celebrates a buzzer-beating 3-pointer by Tanner Bouma (23) that capped a stunning comeback and forced overtime. The Lyncs rallied from a nine-point deficit in the final 15 seconds of regulation on their way to an 86-84 win over Squalicum. (Cameron Van Til/Lynden Tribune)

Lyncs rally for miracle comeback win

BELLINGHAM — In a back-and-forth matchup pitting two of the Northwest Conference’s elite teams, one had finally gained separation. Squalicum, after scoring eight straight points, had pulled away from ...
"The Force Awakens" villain Kylo Ren leads a group of First Order stormtroopers.

This is the space opera you’re looking for

It’s often not easy to pinpoint where our obsessions began. When it comes to my affinity for science fiction, however, I remember precisely where I was when I hit the point of no return. I was with my ...

Lions outlast defending 1A state champ King’s

LYNDEN — Sterling Somers turned in one of his customary dominant performances. Jordan Wittenberg was a force from beyond the arc. Freshman Christian Zamora provided a key spark off the bench. Together, ...

Weinheimer picks up big win at Blaine tournament

BLAINE — Lynden junior Brody Weinheimer got a chance on Saturday to showcase what he’s capable of when fully healthy, placing second in the 195-pound division of the Battle at the Border tournament ...
Andy Nguyen serves up a new style of fare inside the new Drizzle shop now open downtown Lynden’s Waples Mercantile Building. (Tim Newcomb/Lynden Tribune)

Drizzle opens with more than just olive oils

LYNDEN — Tucked at the back of Drizzle Olive Oil & Vinegar’s new retail shop in the Waples Mercantile Building is the handiwork of Andy Nguyen, the shop’s executive chef. The Everson resident ...

Lions bounce back for blowout win over Ferndale

LYNDEN — Lynden entered Thursday night’s game against Ferndale coming off more than just a loss. As head coach Rob Adams put it, the Lions had been “embarrassed and humbled” by their performance ...
Lynden senior two-way lineman Jensen Mayberry was a first-team All-Northwest Conference selection on both sides of the ball. (Cameron Van Til/Lynden Tribune)

Lions well-represented on all-conference team

WHATCOM — The Lynden football team garnered a league-high seven first-team all-conference selections with last week’s release of the 2A/3A All-Northwest Conference teams. Lynden star seniors Jordan ...
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 ...

State of the Arts: Can’t-miss Christmas albums

Christmas has a lot going for it in my book. I love the cold weather, and the season in general is simply a happy one. It’s a time of celebration, a time to spend with family, and a time to listen to ...
Left: Lynden senior Sterling Somers will be aiming to lead the Lions back to Yakima for the state tournament after falling just short last season. Right: LC senior Zach Roetcisoender heads an experienced group of Lyncs looking to build on last season’s memorable state tournament run. (Cameron Van Til/Lynden Tribune)

Previewing the boys’ basketball season

WHATCOM — The 2015-16 boys’ basketball season is officially underway, the first games having tipped off on Monday. It’s the point in the season when every team has reason for optimism, whether the ...