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Korbyn Cadle (left) was one of seven Mount Baker wrestlers to win titles in the Pride of Lynden Wrestling Tournament on Saturday. (Cameron Van Til/Lynden Tribune) LYNDEN — Mount Baker advanced seven ...
Construction of the big lobby fireplace of The Inn at Lynden lobby is just starting, but next Monday the first guests will be able to check into 26 rooms of the inn’s upper level. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden ...
LYNDEN — Reducing the number of inmates in the overcrowded county jail in 2016 will impact Whatcom’s small cities too. It is possible that Lynden would have to send its misdemeanor inmates elsewhere ...
LYNDEN — The 1898 Water-vliet arsenal cannon on display at the Lynden Cemetery is being restored. That means it is without its wheels for now. The cemetery began the process of restoring about three ...
Free breakfast on Friday part of a promotion WHATCOM — Taco Time NW, a 76-restaurant chain based in Renton, is testing a new breakfast menu at three locations, including Lynden and Bellingham. The ...
A glittery wagon pulled by Paul Nelson’s spotted draft horses brought eager smiles from riders starting out on a 10-minute tour of Everson Friday evening. The Elenbaas Country Store also hosted a Country ...
LYNDEN — The 30-year-old Mobile Hardware business has brought bolts, nuts, fasteners and hardware of all kinds to Whatcom and Skagit counties for decades. Now customers can come get their own items, ...
Sol H. Lewis Award given annually to honor local men and women serving our community WHATCOM — The Lynden Tribune will again honor a man and a woman who have given generously of their time and ability ...
Architects Terry Brown and Dennis Erwood, right, with floor plans for the new Fisher Elementary School, talk with attendees at Monday evening’s open house on school design. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)
Our Lady of Guadalupe, a Mexican Catholic tradition going back to the 16th century, was celebrated with a colorful procession in Lynden Saturday evening from St. Joseph Catholic Church to the Northwest ...