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LYNDEN — Registration for the Northwest Youth Volleyball League is open until Feb. 19 (or until the league is full). The league is open to all high school students (grades 9-12) and will feature boys ...
BELLINGHAM — Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Justin Britt is hosting a football camp on Saturday, March 12, at Western Washington University. The camp will be broken into two sessions: a morning session ...
BELLINGHAM — Lynden survived a nightmare performance at the free throw line and several furious rallies by Squalicum to add another league title to its program’s storied collection. With a share of ...
EVERSON — The Nooksack Valley community is rallying in support of sophomore basketball player Ruben Bosscher after he was diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia on Thursday, Jan. 28. Bosscher began ...
Four underclassmen combine for nearly half of LC’s scoring, rebounding LYNDEN — Their four mothers were part of a combined 254 wins, 10 state trophies and four state titles over 11 seasons in the Lynden ...
KemperSports takes over management of golf course LYNDEN — The new year brought change at Homestead Golf and Country Club, as Canadian owner Morris Chen hired well-known golf course management firm KemperSports ...
WHATCOM — Plans to form Northwest District-wide leagues for football were rejected last week by the Cascade Conference in a 5-3 vote by the member schools’ principals. The proposal would have merged ...
Mount Baker climbs back from 11-point second-half deficit to edge Meridian LAUREL — Meridian was looking to pull off a signature win and brighten what has been a challenging season. Mount Baker was determined ...
WHATCOM — Northwest Conference athletic directors cancelled all boys wrestling matches last week as a precaution against an unusually high number of reported skin infections among the league’s teams. ...
TACOMA — Football state semifinal contests will no longer be held in the Tacoma Dome. An increase in Tacoma Dome rental fees has forced the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association to move the ...