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OLYMPIA -— The city of Lynden fully complied with all financial reporting and internal controls in using federal awards for the calendar year 2013, State Auditor Troy Kelley reports. … This ...
LYNDEN -— The Christian Health Care Center hopes to have a new adult day health center built and running by mid-2015. The 5,400-square-foot center, capable of serving 60 persons per day, will be on property ...
LYNDEN — Kids in Lynden Christian Schools raise their hands in class when they have questions or answers, just like children in every other school. But when Superintendent Don Kok puts up his hand before ...
LYNDEN -— Former telephone company property on East Badger Road could become the city’s long-sought public works yard. The Lynden City Council on Monday decided to offer $1.22 million for the 3.84 ...
BELLINGHAM — Don’t be alarmed if you see smoke, emergency vehicles and other first-responder activity at Bellingham International Airport on Saturday, Sept. 20. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Port of Bellingham ...
Lynden Christian made an immediate statement Friday night, marching down the field for a touchdown by running the football on every play of its opening drive. But some of the Lyncs’ biggest plays of ...
The earliest people in the Lynden area were, of course, the native Nooksacks. They lived in the area for perhaps hundreds, if not thousands, of years. The earliest settlers were mainly of English origin, ...
EVERSON — Kids walking to Everson Elementary School will be a great deal safer once a planned new sidewalk is in place. “Ideally it would connect the bridge in town up to the elementary school,” ...
WHATCOM — Drivers who plan to travel to Canada via Lynden and Sumas have a new source of information to use when choosing a border crossing. A contractor for the Washington State Department of Transportation ...
In February 1929 Lynden Tribune publisher Sol H. Lewis was pictured in the Seattle Times — on a page also featuring famed pilot Charles Lindbergh getting engaged and inventor Thomas Edison turning 82 ...