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WHATCOM — There’s nothing haphazard about the way Aaron and Lea Newcomb have entered into the mission of providing a safe, recovery-minded hope for sexually trafficked and otherwise exploited women. ...
By Marnie Jones for the Lynden Tribune LYNDEN — University of Massachusetts law graduate Nasheba Barzey is ready to give back. It’s been nine years since Nasheba found herself homeless, pregnant ...
LYNDEN — First came a flash of white brilliance followed by a strong rumble of thunder. But the next thing that happened surprised two residents of Aaron Drive as their home filled with smoke and power ...
LyndenTribune.com is all new. We have completely redesigned our website, making it easier to navigate, easier to read and easier to get a variety of content. Apart from the obvious improvement in aesthetics, ...
LYNDEN — The city has settled a lawsuit with William Devine related to alleged contamination of his family’s property that was nearby a long-closed former city landfill on the west side of town. The ...
WHATCOM — On Wednesday, March 20, Business Pulse Magazine celebrates local business at its 27th annual Whatcom County Business Person of the Year Awards Dinner. The event, co-hosted by the Whatcom Business ...
LYNDEN — It’s widely known that Lynden Christian Schools’ Recycle Center collects an astonishing amount of recyclable materials year after year. Events such as the national Recycle-Bowl toss a little ...
LYNDEN — April 1 marks a step along the slow process of freeing up unclaimed abandoned plots in the Lynden Cemetery. On that date notices that were posted in 2010 at about 1,200 plots will have run ...
WHATCOM — On Saturday, April 6, a Bellingham conference brings in both local and out-of-state experts in water rights, states’ responsibilities to Indian tribes and federal Indian policy, said organizer ...
LYNDEN — A cooperative effort once again has a lighted U.S. flag flying continuously at the Lynden Community Center. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9301 took charge, getting the 5-by-8-foot nylon all-weather ...