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After three generations in DeValois family, it became the Stremlers’ Century House This year, Lynden is 125 years old from incorporation in 1891. Some houses in the Lynden area are even older than that, ...
Last summer was key turning point for Lynden senior star pitcher, hitter LYNDEN — As the lone senior-to-be on last summer’s Lynden Lightning American Legion team, Anthony Garcia knew he needed to step ...
FERNDALE — Jessie Anderson first started line dancing a few years ago because it was a good way to meet people, but she quickly ran into a problem: there just weren’t many places to dance. “I started ...
Lara scores, Smith makes key save late in Lynden’s first shutout of season LYNDEN — Lynden senior goalkeeper Carson Smith has spent the past three springs on the baseball diamond with the Lions. The ...
Gary Chadwick uses a pressure washer to clean the Lynden Lions Club-sponsored mural at 610 Front St. on Monday. He is preparing for the work of Western Washington University art students to rehabilitate ...
LYNDEN — Lynden Christian senior Kara Bajema has been named the Associated Press 1A state basketball Player of the Year by a statewide panel of sportswriters. The 6-4 post, a University of Washington ...
Dramatic relay finish caps success-filled Bedlington Twilight Invitational LYNDEN — It would’ve been hard to script a more thrilling conclusion to Whatcom County track and field’s first major event ...
Students at Zacchaeus Learning Opportunities combine parent-led homeschool with classes together BY BROOKE HANSON for the Lynden Tribune LYNDEN — At Zacchaeus Learning Opportunities, homeschooling education ...
Coppinger drives in game-winner as Nooksack Valley finally solves 1A rival Meridian EVERSON — Nooksack Valley junior Mark Coppinger had missed being able to contribute to a team after being sidelined ...
LYNDEN — Brady Hornstra, a Lynden Christian High School senior, won the Theresa Tromp Chess Tournament and its $1,200 first-place prize on Saturday. Hornstra went 5-0 in his five games, beating Tanner ...