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LYNDEN — After finishing last season 4-6, improvement is on the minds of the Lynden Christian Lyncs. LC began practice last week and although most of the sessions were focused on speed and conditioning, ...
LYNDEN -— Two arena records were broken at the 2013 Lynden PRCA Rodeo last week. It was a crowded and quality field in steer wrestling, but Travis Taruscio broke through to his speedy win in 3.3 seconds ...
LAUREL — During his playing days for the Meridian Trojans, there were few gloves in the Northwest Conference more dependable than Jeremy Brockmann’s. The 2013 grad was a standout first and third baseman ...
By Henry Bierlink Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in the online Whatcom Ag Monthly for August. Water challenges are not new to farmers. Most of the year, our priority is getting rid of storm ...
A Lynden view of the Bellingham writers Letter writers from Bellingham almost invariably follow the same devious pattern. The most recent example (from Erik Hirst, Aug. 21) is instructive. First, the writer ...
Wednesday, Aug. 28 • Bellingham Technical College Board of Trustees, Campus Center room 233 on campus, 3028 Lindbergh Ave., 8:30 a.m. Trustees will receive a report on the college goals and initiatives, ...
Lynden Christian kicked off the Whatcom County 2013-14 school year on Tuesday. Here, second grade students get reacquainted. But LC students aren’t the only ones hitting the books. It’s ...
By Annika Wolters LYNDEN — Planted firmly in the jagged sidewalk at the corner of Fourth and Front streets, the historic Bylsma Building stands weathered and regal, as it has now for 100 years. Today, ...
WHATCOM — In 2014 the county will keep its unified emergency medical services (EMS) system intact although scaled down slightly, all with a view to asking voters in two years for more funding. That ...
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