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Correction

The cost of the new Paychex payroll system for the city of Lynden is $11,000 per year over a trial period of three years.

Use September to celebrate local food sources by eating local

WHATCOM — Sustainable Connections’ month-long celebration of local foods, farmers and fishers returns in September. With the help of local businesses, farms and restaurants, “Eat Local Month” will ...

Bellingham YMCA getting energy-efficiency lighting

BELLINGHAM — The YMCA in downtown Bellingham is replacing all of its old, inefficient fluorescent lighting with new LED fixtures. That may seem like a small matter of routine maintenance, but in fact ...

Meetings

Wednesday, Aug. 12 • Lynden City Council Community Development Committee, second floor meeting room, Lynden City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4 p.m. • Mount Baker School Board, district offices, 4956 Deming ...

Archive: Plans for museum dropped (Aug. 11, 1955)

The Lynden Museum Committee disbanded this week. The committee had hoped to reserve a pioneer home in the Lynden district for a museum. They had planned to purchase the old Slade home, but it was sold ...
Tony Antonucci

Brooklyn-raised man pursues mission here

Tony Antonucci LYNDEN ­— You have to know Tony Antonucci’s story to understand his passion and his cause. Tony, now a Lynden resident, was born in Brooklyn to Italian immigrant parents. His dad died ...
A Whatcom County farm lagoon is one way dairy farmers contain manure and keep it from entering the general water supply. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

Dairies seek right balance respecting land, water uses

A Whatcom County farm lagoon is one way dairy farmers contain manure and keep it from entering the general water supply. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune) WHATCOM — Anyone familiar with the local climate ...
A new building has been designed, and now its funding is being pursued. (Architect’s rendering courtesy of Mark Bratt)

Fair plans a new building at entrance

A new building has been designed, and now its funding is being pursued. (Architect’s rendering courtesy of Mark Bratt) LYNDEN ­— Plans for a new central hallmark building on the Northwest Washington ...

Waples Building businesses to host Lynden job fair

LYNDEN — Three months. That is about how long until a slew of businesses open in the new Waples Mercantile Building, formerly Delft Square, at 444 Front St.   And with that November timeframe fast ...

Renovated barbershop is showcase of relics

The barbershop is entirely refurnished with authentic period pieces. (Courtesy Photo) LYNDEN ­— Renovating and expanding the rustic barbershop at 818 Front St. gave Blake Starkenburg the chance to furnish ...