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LYNDEN — This Saturday, Nov. 2, is the last chance this year to take the weekly Lynden Cemetery tour, followed by open house with refreshments. Representatives from the partner sponsors Lynden Pioneer ...
LYNDEN — With snow now falling again up at Mount Baker, the Lynden School District is preparing its Winter Ride Bus for another ski and snowboard season. The program involves eight chaperoned bus trips ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Lions Club serves its 15th annual Veterans Day Dinner on Thursday, Nov. 14, in the community center, 401 Grover St. Opening is at 6 p.m., dinner is served at 6:30 p.m. Veterans get ...
WHATCOM — Red raspberry production in Whatcom County this year was 63.4 million pounds, up almost 10 percent over last year, the Lynden-based Washington Red Raspberry Commission reports. The total ...
WHATCOM — Habitat for Humanity will host an informational meeting on Saturday, Nov. 16, at 9 a.m. in the Cordata Community Food Co-Op’s upstairs Community Room, 315 Westerly Rd., for anyone interested ...
WHATCOM — Voters must have ballots postmarked no later than Tuesday, Nov. 5, to be valid in that day’s election, said County Auditor Debbie Adelstein. The post office suggests mailing by Monday, Nov. ...
LYNDEN — Sara Schripsema “just kinda winged” her solo cross-country bicycle trip. That’s what you can do when you’re fulfilling a childhood dream. The 19-year-old Lyndenite realized a long-running ...
WHATCOM — Local fruit growers could lose critical research for pest and disease control and marketing if Congress doesn’t pass a new Farm Bill soon. That was a message U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell conveyed ...
LYNDEN — Mayor Scott Korthuis talked about a “structural deficit” in the city’s budget for 2014, and Finance Director Teresa Camfield said it took “a perfect storm” to create the situation. ...
LYNDEN — The greenhouse at VanderGiessen Nursery built in 1938 just wasn’t cutting muster any longer. So the father-son duo of Alvin and David Vos ripped it out, right along with the greenhouse from ...