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Lewis 100: Fires, floods, fairs and growth have been news

August 25, 1976 With a record attendance in spite of damp weather, a total of 91,738 persons attended the 60th Northwest Washington Fair in Lynden last week. Thursday, when the rain really hit, was a bad ...

Tribune wins first-ever 1st place

General Excellence Award top prize comes in paper’s 100th year of Lewis family ownership CHELAN — For the first time in the paper’s history, the Lynden Tribune took first place in the Better Newspaper ...

Head-on collision kills two near Van Zandt

VAN ZANDT — Two men died Tuesday morning when an oncoming vehicle struck their pickup to avoid hitting a deer on Highway 9 near Van Zandt. Washington State Patrol public information officer Mark Francis ...

Warm clothing needed for Everson, Foothills

WHATCOM — Each October, the Interfaith Coalition of Whatcom County collects gently used winter coats, hats, gloves and scarves to give to those who need them. Coats can be dropped off at Everson Market, ...
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Local marijuana rolling along

WHATCOM — With seven non-Bellingham licensed marijuana producer-processor operations and one non-Bellingham retail outlet, Whatcom County is starting to take hold of its legal pot opportunities. From ...

Farm bought by city

LYNDEN -— The city is about to get a potential 40-acre park of the future off Benson Road, but for now the pathway for a potential Pepin Creek channel for better water drainage is partially blocked. ...

Mount Baker grad walking across America

WHATCOM — A week after their freshman year at Washington State University came to a close last May, 19-year-olds Zan Roman and Cameron Coupe left on a trip from Seattle to New York. They’re almost ...

Notice of Trustee’s Sale – Turns East

Reference Number(s) of Documents assigned or released: 2060900311 Document Title: NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Grantor: Bishop, Marshall & Weibel, P.S. Grantee: Turns East Abbreviated Legal Description ...
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The changing face of Semiahmoo Resort

SEMIAHMOO — The cheery yellow paint on the reenergized Semiahmoo Resort serves as more than a fresh look. It gives the resort a fresh perspective. With a 26-year history that spiraled into closure by ...
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Lewis 100: Tribune thrived under brothers Bill and Julian

Upon the death of father Sol Lewis in June 1953, brothers William and Julian inherited the role of now guiding The Lynden Tribune themselves. They bought out their mother’s interest and became partners, ...