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LYNDEN — Even with the snowplows out on city streets early Friday, school was cancelled in town and across Whatcom County, starting the two-week Christmas break one day early. The snow started falling ...
LYNDEN — Bill Robins purchased Homestead’s golf course, restaurant and fitness center in May 2010 and revived the entire operation. He figured he could stand to have a little help now, over three years ...
LYNDEN — The city’s budget situation is improving over the last few months heading into 2014, Mayor Scott Korthuis said Monday. Seven weeks ago, Korthuis had warned that an accumulation of bills ...
Student winners in the Voice of Democracy patriotic essay contest of the Lynden Veterans of Foreign Wars chapter read their words and received awards on Friday evening. Pictured, clockwise from above, ...
WHATCOM — On Dec. 15, 1983, Ferndale High School counselor Carol Greene attended a staff Christmas party, and then went with a fellow staff member to the Malibu Steak and Chowder House, located in Pioneer ...
A “27 Flags” presentation showing all the flags of American history was given at a Lynden Veterans of Foreign Wars student awards ceremony on Friday. This is the flag of 15 stars and 15 stripes about ...
LYNDEN — The annual Christmas tree pickup service offered by the Lynden Boy Scout Troop 4028 will happen on Saturday, Jan. 4. Trees must be at curbside by 8 a.m. that day. You may also drop your tree ...
LYNDEN — Due to Christmas and New Year’s Day both falling on Wednesdays, the Lynden Tribune will move up its publication schedule to Tuesday for the next two weeks. The next issue of the Tribune will ...
LYNDEN — Exactly 10,784 ballots were recounted Friday and the vote in the Fire District 21 commissioner race remained exactly the same: 3,808 for Dean Berkeley, 3,777 for Roger Hawley. It was the last ...
LYNDEN — Project Hope will distribute its Angel Tree of Hope food and toy baskets on Friday, Dec. 20, and Monday, Dec. 23, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. No pre-registration is needed for those who live within ...