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by Don Brunell While protesters were trying to block a Shell oil rig from docking in Elliott Bay, a team of surgeons and nurses at Vancouver’s Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital was replacing my left ...
Submitted by Earl Erickson of Blaine, 927-5181 Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation’s service. There are many stories as ...
A trio of thanks from kids for Lynden school bond passage The following three letters are from students in Mrs. Cornelsen’s fifth-grade class at Isom Elementary School: I would like to thank ...
Guest opinion by John Van Hemert May I tell you what one mom said on this very day, May 10, 1940? My mother, Nelly Van Hemert Vander Kooij, said, when we saw enormous black clouds to the west, the ...
We need strong foreign policy leaders Our world is in turmoil. There is suffering and danger all around the world. Russians’ bloody land grab in the Ukraine costs thousands of lives, including ...
Members of the Tenmile Creek Clean Water Project have been meeting since October 2013 with a goal of reducing fecal coliform levels in the Tenmile Creek watershed. We are a diverse group of citizens ...
Guest opinion by Jim Frey I want to take this opportunity to thank our community for supporting the recently passed capital bond to replace Lynden Middle School and Fisher Elementary School. I am extremely ...
County districts should retain local voice Those of us who were here in 2009 when Kathy Kershner was elected to the County Council from the 1st District remember well the howls of protest from the ...
by Mallory Lucas Our families and neighbors could be feeling the “unspeakable” pain habitually stuffed into the depths so craftily we become experts at hiding it, sometimes even from ourselves. ...
by Ron Polinder For a couple of years now, I have had this article in head waiting to be written. Our town is wonderful in many ways, but one that is seldom talked about relates to the remarkable ...