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LYNDEN — Through June 22 the Lynden Pioneer Museum will take orders for two-gallon buckets (15 pounds) of cut and sugared strawberries for $38. A check should be made out to the museum and sent or brought ...
LYNDEN -— Life-size bronze busts of town founders Holden and Phoebe Judson are completed and on display in the front window of the Lynden Pioneer Museum. They are the work of accomplished local sculptor ...
LYNDEN — Lynden has dreams of new parks and trails. But those dreams aren’t quite as grand as they once were. The Lynden Planning Commission recommended on Thursday to send a revised City of Lynden ...
LYNDEN — Looking back on the life of his brother Matt Martin, Andrew Martin remembers how quickly Matt was willing to lend a helping hand. Now, the local community can celebrate Matt’s memory by doing ...
LYNDEN — The 2014 Farmers Day Parade had about 100 entries, with the Best in Parade title a tie between the Despicable Me Minions entered by Jamie Fairbanks and the Tough Enough to Wear Pink entry. ...
Lynden Christian, Lynden and Nooksack Valley all held graduations on either Thursday or Friday, June 5-6…. This content is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Login or Subscribe Now
LYNDEN — Lynden School District administrators are trying to determine how three quotes attributed to Adolf Hitler made it into Lynden High School’s annual yearbook as senior quotes. “We have a process ...
WHATCOM -— Two Lynden firms will be doing work for the county, following County Council action on Tuesday, June 3. Faber Construction was awarded the $949,310 job of renovating the County Courthouse ...
WHATCOM — Whatcom Tea Party members will wave the American flag on freeway overpasses throughout the county on Saturday, June 14. The target time will be from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. However, people are encouraged ...
WHATCOM -— A bipartisan Wyoming delegation led by the executive director of the Wyoming Infrastructure Authority was scheduled to tour the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal site at Cherry Point on Tuesday, ...