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Remember the nature of abortion In regard to Mary Risener’s May 29 letter, I was impressed on how she “churched up” Planned Parenthood and had them looking benevolent and kind. May I remind Mary ...
Wednesday, June 12 • Whatcom Community College Board of Trustees, Laidlaw Center board room, 237 W. Kellogg Rd., Bellingham, 2 p.m. The board will tour the HEPC building, receive a budget update and ...
For the last five years, watching the NBA has been at the bottom of my to-do list. The constant moaning and whining from the players and general lack of enthusiasm for the sport kept me from watching games. ...
Hold ordinance for further study The ordinance to permit slaughterhouse rezoning needs to be put on hold until there is further study. I am not opposed to slaughter facilities, but hastily rezoning all ...
What encouraging news for Lynden we are able to announce on our page A1! Finally, some good news! A group of partners plans to rebuild Delft Square, or the old Lynden Department Store building, as many ...
There’s hope for our country … it is here There is a vibrant hope in our community for our country and future. Listening to the remarks and prayers of the speakers at the Memorial Day service at ...
Thursday, May 30 • Commissioners of Whatcom County Fire District 1, Station 1, 101 E. Main St., Everson, 3 p.m. This is a special meeting to discuss and make decisions pertaining to: 1) the new full-time ...
By Adam Lewis Editor’s note: Former Lynden Tribune intern Adam Lewis recently graduated from Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow College of Communication and took a trip with a group of ...
Sixteen months ago, when Jack Louws took over the County Executive’s job, there were some tough issues to be addressed, and hopefully resolved, without delay. Among these were: getting a new county jail ...
Even as businesses seemingly scatter away from the Dutch Village Mall, there’s one entity I hope will never leave: the Claire vg Thomas Theatre. My girlfriend and I attended the Friday evening Lynden ...