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One-third of toddlers not fully vaccinated

By Brooke Hanson intern@lyndentribune.com WHATCOM — Almost one-third of toddlers in Washington state ages 19 to 35 didn’t get all their vaccinations on time ...

The making of Nooksack facilities

EVERSON — Nooksack Valley Middle School principal Joel VanderYacht has been having plenty of fun this summer thinking about a new middle school. And he hasn’t even started in on the joy of moving into ...

Lynde 500 returns for Monday run

LYNDEN — The Lynde 500 pushkart derby makes its annual return to the downtown streets on Labor Day. The high-energy fundraiser for the Lynden Pioneer Museum starts at 11 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 7, with ...

50 “Greatest Generation” veterans honored

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Meridian schools again hosting Rachel’s Challenge

By Brooke Hanson intern@lyndentribune.com WHATCOM — Rachel’s Challenge, a presentation inspired by Columbine High School shooting victim Rachel ...

Lynden man dies in crash off No. Cascades Highway west of Winthrop

WENATCHEE — A Lynden man died Tuesday, Aug. 25, on State Route 20 in Okanogan County in a single-car crash attributed to overspeeding. Sahir F. Logoavalos, 22, was westbound on the North Cascades Highway ...

State toxicologist to recap stream testing results

WHATCOM — At the Sept. 9 meeting of the Tenmile Creek Clean Water Project, Washington State Department of Agriculture toxicologist George Tuttle will discuss preliminary results of an ongoing pesticide ...

Bicyclist’s condition upgraded to serious

WHATCOM ­— The condition of a bicyclist injured in an Aug. 18 collision with a vehicle on East Smith Road has been upgraded to serious. Sylvia I. Woodbury, 69, of Everson, is no longer rated as critical, ...

Beware of county road projects

WHATCOM ­— County Public Works reminds the public of these road closures or traffic limitations due to construction activity: • Portal Way is closed to all traffic at the Dakota Creek bridge south ...

Lummi totem raises opposition to fossil fuel ports

LUMMI — A totem bearing a political message was on the move Aug. 21-31. The journey led by Lummi Nation master carver Jewell James was in opposition to coal and oil ports proposed in the Northwest. The ...