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ONGOING War photos The Lynden Pioneer Museum hosts the photography of Reece Lodder, USMC combat correspondent from Everson. The exhibit runs through Oct. 30 and provides a view into the lives of soldiers ...

Meetings

Wednesday, July 29 • Portage Bay Shellfish Protection District Advisory Committee, Civic Center Annex Garden Room, 322 N. Commercial St., Bellingham, 3 p.m. • Lynden City Council, special meeting as ...
Finishing touches in progress are concrete crosswalks and striping. (Tim Newcomb/Lynden Tribune)

The remaking of Front Street downtown

Finishing touches in progress are concrete crosswalks and striping. (Tim Newcomb/Lynden Tribune) LYNDEN — The final major street closure as part of the city’s Front and Fifth streets project wraps ...

Dairy industry takes on water quality critics

Editor’s Note: This is the first story in a three-part series. The next two parts will deal with specifics of water quality measuring and science, existing regulations and practices, and other factors ...

Lynden, county rat population on the rise

LYNDEN — Rats have turned into an official point of discussion within the city of Lynden. Following a City Council Public Works Committee meeting that heard about the growing problem, the city now plans ...

Fair buys Kok Road property

  LYNDEN ­— A 1.8-acre Kok Road property is now owned by the Northwest Washington Fair instead of the city. The City Council finalized the $275,000 price and terms of sale on Monday.   The site ...

Reorganizing Lynden Boys & Girls Club sets July 30 event

  WHATCOM ­— In June, Elsha Grimes took over as director of the Boys & Girls Clubs unit in Lynden after having been program director for two years.   Elsha is a very capable leader who ...

Reece Lodder Marine photos on exhibit

  LYNDEN ­— From now through October, the Lynden Pioneer Museum is hosting an exhibit of the photography of Sgt. Reece Lodder, a U.S. Marine Corps combat correspondent from Everson.   The exhibit ...

Latest round: Interior chief must have a say in Nooksack 306 disenrollment

  DEMING ­— A board with the U.S. Department of Interior has agreed that any ordinance disenrolling members of the Nooksack Tribe must be reviewed by the Secretary of Interior first.   That’s ...

County Council still considering super-majority rule for charter amendments

  WHATCOM ­— At its July 21 meeting, the County Council was scheduled to consider a super-majority rule on all proposed amendments to the Home Rule Charter.   The requirement already exists ...