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LYNDEN — The Christian Health Care Center at 855 Aaron Drive hosts its seventh annual Heroes Day event on Thursday, Sept. 11. Heroes Day is meant to remember the sacrifice of those who died on 9/11/2001 ...
BELLINGHAM — Western Washington University’s Small Business Development Center, along with Whatcom Community College and the NW Innovation Resource Center are collaborating to offer the course “Launch ...
LYNDEN — Pour on the pig at the Lynden FFA corn maze. In the maze’s 15th year, the Lynden FFA Boosters have had success sending patrons through the pig-shaped corn maze just south of downtown Lynden ...
LYNDEN -— A vehicle accident near Hood River, Oregon, on Aug. 21 seriously injured members of the local Struiksma family. As of Sept. 4, two weeks after the crash, Sharye Struiksma, 33, was moved out ...
LYNDEN -— A Community Preparedness Fair open to all will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 17, starting at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall Annex building, 205 Fourth St. This is an annual effort by local emergency-response ...
BELLINGHAM — Whatcom Hospice needs more caregiver volunteers at the Hospice House and in the community to help those facing life-threatening illnesses. The volunteer caregivers provide emotional support ...
An unwanted safety trend is developing in rural America. It’s an increase in incidents involving motor vehicles and farm equipment on rural roadways. Only 19 percent of the U.S. population lives in rural ...
LYNDEN -— The Big Ole siren wail at about 6 p.m. last Thursday indicated something big was up. It was, in fact, the transfer of ownership of the buildings that are the Jansen Art Center. A crowd gathered ...
LYNDEN -— No new language on fireworks in town has been prepared, although at the least the city’s ordinance could be brought into line with state law, says Police Chief Jack Foster. The Lynden City ...
In the same year, 1914, that Sol Lewis purchased the Lynden Tribune newspaper, a new building went up at the corner of Fourth and Front streets. It also was to become a Lynden institution. William Waples, ...