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Average gas prices rose 8 cents in a week

SEATTLE ­— Average retail gasoline prices in Washington rose 8.0 cents per gallon in the week ended June 12, averaging $2.17 per gallon, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 2,666 gas outlets in ...

Occasional Mount Baker Highway lane closures upcoming

WHATCOM — Puget Sound Energy and Potelco crews will occasionally reduce traffic to one lane on State Route 542/Mount Baker Highway over the next three months to replace electrical wire and power lines. ...

Calendar

ONGOING Sumas house-building Habitat for Humanity is working at a home in Sumas the remaining Saturdays in June from 8:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wear comfortable clothes and sturdy shoes for construction work, ...

Meetings

Wednesday, June 15 • Ag Water Board (coordinating entity of Watershed Improvement Districts), farm groups’ office, 1796 Front St., Lynden, 1 p.m. • Lynden Board of Adjustment, City Hall Annex, 205 ...

Correction

Don Knutzen took the photo used in the Tribune of the bronze “living statues” of Holden and Phoebe Judson sponsored by Whatcom Democrats in the parade and downtown Lynden on June 4…. This content ...
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Celebrating graduation

Above: The procession of Lynden Christian High School graduates from the school to the football stadium has turned into a tradition. Graduation at the school was on Thursday. Photos below: Lynden Christian ...

Conflict at City Hall

Amy Harksell resigns, claiming gender discrimination and joining two other former Lynden female employees in joint legal action focused on Mike Martin, city administrator LYNDEN ­— Planning Director ...
The Dutch Village Mall has undergone some dramatic renovations as it nears an Aug. 1 reopening of the seven-room hotel. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

Community can help name new Lynden hotel

Dutch Village Mall plans for hotel opening Aug. 1 LYNDEN — Amid plans to open the hotel in the Dutch Village Mall on Aug. 1, one of the few things still lacking is a name for the seven-room downtown ...
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Loverboy joins fair grandstand lineup

LYNDEN — With its well-known anthem “Working for the Weekend,” it’s appropriate that Canadian rock band Loverboy is performing the Friday, Aug. 19, Northwest Washington Fair grandstand show.   With ...

VIDEO: Shortcake record attempt

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