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Preferred Freezer ahead of schedule

1,000 cubic yard concrete pour planned for Thursday By Tim Newcomb tim@lyndentribune.com LYNDEN — It hasn’t taken long to start ...

CDC assisting in E. coli investigation

Exact bacteria source still unclear; Seattle attorney representing victims suspects environmental factors By Brent Lindquist and Calvin Bratt Lynden Tribune staff   WHATCOM — The Centers for Disease ...

22-year retiring LCS leader to be honored May 28

Open house for Don Kok By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com   LYNDEN — Don Kok, principal and superintendent with Lynden ...

Lyncs in rebuilding mode after turnover from last year

LC adjusting, improving after losing seven seniors from last season’s state tournament team By Cameron Van Til sports@lyndentribune.com Lynden Christian ...
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Leading by example

LC’s Olson, a three-time state qualifier and Northwest Nazarene commit, is aiming to finish Lyncs career strong By Cameron Van Til sports@lyndentribune.com Lynden Christian senior ...
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Tutterrow a special part of Meridian’s baseball program

Meridian senior shortstop Tanner Tutterrow, a four-year starter for the Trojans, is hitting .300 this season with 10 RBIs. But as head coach Steve Slesk explains, Tutterrow’s impact goes well beyond ...

Second ‘Avengers’ movie wows with moments big and small

Film brings many heroes together against A.I. threat By Brent Lindquist reporter@lyndentribune.com   There’s a lot going on in Joss ...

City settles four labor contracts good through 2017

New police vehicle will be bought By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com   LYNDEN ­— The city has reached ...

Candidate filing time nearing, incumbents make decisions

Three ways to declare candidacy Processing starts Monday   WHATCOM — Are you thinking about running for office or already decided to run? The new Whatcom County Candidate Filing guide provides information ...
It’s the one remaining tree at the corner of Fifth and Front streets, but it won’t be there much longer as city revitalization happens quickly around the Waples Mercantile Building project in the next few weeks. The 30-foot tree pulls up curb and street and is in the way of utilities work and eventual bollards, bricks and, yes, new trees on the reconfigured four corners of the intersection, said the city’s Mark Sandal. The tree has special meaning for immediately adjacent Dickson Medical Clinic, however, as it was there when the clinic started and the Dicksons think it could be preserved. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

The shaping of downtown Lynden

Drizzle signs on to Waples Building Third Bellingham-based business choosing Lynden as expansion By Tim Newcomb tim@lyndentribune.com   LYNDEN ...