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Artist Point open — earliest ever

But conditions still can be winter-like to the end of June   MOUNT BAKER — The low mountain snowpack this winter was tough on skiers and snowboarders, but it’s great news for fans of Artist Point. ...
A child tests math skills at the Lynden Library. (Courtesy photo)

Kiwanis pushes early-childhood learning model here

Public meeting set for June 3 on concept, goals By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com   LYNDEN ­— To train the caregivers of young ...

Satpal aims for election

  WHATCOM — Satpal Sidhu, current County Council appointed member, is running to return to the District 2 position. He applied and was named to the council in March after Sam Crawford resigned.   Sidhu ...
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Kershner bids to return to council

  WHATCOM — Former member Kathy Kershner is seeking election back to the County Council, this time to the District 2 seat recently vacated by Sam Crawford.   Voters elected Kershner in 2009 from ...

Memorial Day services on Monday span six cemeteries in all

  WHATCOM ­— The public is invited to Memorial Day services and related events planned for Monday, May 25, at local cemeteries as follows: FOUR CEMETERIES   American Legion Post 212 of Sumas ...

Lynden guild announces next season’s lineup

Auditions in July   LYNDEN — The Lynden Performing Arts Guild announces its 2015-16 season lineup at the Claire vg Thomas Theatre, 655 Front St., as follows:   • The season opener is “Moon ...

County official: Permits to start Rover business were never obtained

Dog kennels not seen as ‘animal husbandry’   WHATCOM — The Rover Stay Over owners never got any kind of county permit for the land disturbance, building or commercial kennel activity done at ...

Mother asks community to help E. coli families

Laurie Morgan speaks to Lynden City Council By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com   LYNDEN ­— Laurie Morgan, mother of a child who ...
Backers of Rover Stay Over leave County Council chambers May 12 after an appeal decision went against the dog kennel. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

County stance riles kennel supporters

Rover Stay Over plans to appeal now to court to try to stay in Agriculture zone By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com   WHATCOM ...

Most incumbents go unopposed

Jail critic Joy Gilfillen will take on Jack Louws By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com   WHATCOM ­— Jack Louws has a challenger ...