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By John Rozeboom For the Lynden Tribune LYNDEN — It’s been a great 2013 start for the Borderline Baseball League in Whatcom County, but it also has plenty of history. The league began with four teams ...
LYNDEN — The scenes are all too familiar in his head. It’s a moment Lynden Christian alum Greg Burgers won’t be forgetting. It was spring 2006 and he and his Lync teammates just took down the rest ...
LYNDEN — It has been some rough times for me recently here in Lynden. For the last seven weeks or so, I’ve woken up at least once a week with my body in some serious agony. Ice packs are applied to ...
WENATCHEE — When Lynden Lobos manager Clyde Libolt prepared his team for the 12U state tournament last weekend, he knew his kids had put in the hard work to be ready for competition. Being used to playing ...
FERNDALE — Michael Koenen lined up at quarterback at Ferndale High School on Saturday morning. Draped in Tampa Bay Buccaneers gear, a team he’s played for since 2011, the Golden Eagle alumni had a ...
If you’re like me, after a long day of work or studying, you turn on your television set in the evening and head straight to ESPN to check out what’s been going on in the sports world. Over the last ...
PALM SPRINGS — As she hiked her way up Mount San Jacinto, Lynden resident Chris Elsner didn’t know what was going on. She and a group of four others were 8,000 feet high in the sky and her mind was ...
WHATCOM — As the month of July approaches, the weather in the Pacific Northwest is expected to take a turn for the better. Residents of Whatcom County can hopefully say goodbye to their rain coats and ...
WHATCOM — When it comes to fishing in Whatcom County, it’s no secret that there’s a large following. Plain and simple, residents look forward to the time of year when they can dust off their fishing ...
I still remember sitting on my parents’ couch when it happened. A six-year-old boy, I was wearing a turquoise Mariners starter hat backwards, with a Seattle shirt to match, and I yelled in sheer jubilation ...