Nooksack Valley senior Conner Jones placed third out of 69 runners in Saturday's Mt. Baker Invitational and improved by more than 70 seconds on his time from last year. (Courtesy photo/Gregory Dickman)

Local runners have strong showings at Mt. Baker Invite

Nooksack Valley senior Conner Jones placed third out of 69 runners in Saturday’s Mt. Baker Invitational and improved by more than 70 seconds on his time from last year. (Courtesy photo/Gregory Dickman) SILVER ...

Football roundup: Schleimer runs for state-record 521 yards

DEMING — Mount Baker junior running back Jed Schleimer rushed for a state-record 521 yards as the Mountaineers lit up the scoreboard in a 64-30 league-opening victory over Nooksack Valley on Friday night. Schleimer’s ...

LHS alum Feenstra wins PNW PGA Professional Championship

MISSOULA, Montana — Lynden High School alum Tim Feenstra rallied from a five-stroke final-round deficit to win his third Pacific Northwest PGA Professional Championship, held Sept. 22-24 at Canyon River ...

Hollander breaks two Lynden girls’ swim records

LYNDEN — Sarah Hollander broke a pair of school records while leading the Lynden girls’ swim team to a 133-38 victory over Ferndale on Sept. 24 at the Lynden YMCA. Hollander won the 200-yard freestyle ...

Soccer roundup: Brandland totals 50 saves in two matches

WHATCOM — Mount Baker senior goalkeeper Emily Brandland recorded 50 total saves in two matches last week, surrendering just two goals on 59 shots. Brandland made 20 saves to lead Mount Baker (1-5-1, ...

Volleyball roundup: Lions sweep Blaine, pick up first win

WHATCOM — After a brutal schedule to begin its season, Lynden (1-4, 1-2 Northwest Conference) picked up its first win of the year, defeating Blaine 25-19, 25-12, 25-23 on Sept. 22. Abby Miller led the ...

Ball leads LC girls to second-place finish at King’s Cross Invite

SHORELINE — The Lynden Christian girls’ cross country team placed second out of 11 schools in the King’s Cross Invitational on Saturday in Shoreline. The Lyncs finished with 75 points, behind only ...
A ceremonial first drink of water at the new Lynden Water Treatment Plant last week signified the completion of a $30 million project that started in June 2013. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

City residents now drinking new water

A ceremonial first drink of water at the new Lynden Water Treatment Plant last week signified the completion of a $30 million project that started in June 2013. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune) LYNDEN — ...

Stoney Ridge fall in final year

School groups are a popular fall site at Stoney Ridge. Brooke Hanson intern@lyndentribune.com EVERSON — Stoney Ridge Farm opens ...

Two new schools will be built concurrently

Brooke Hanson intern@lyndentribune.com LYNDEN ­— The two planned new public schools, Lynden Middle and Fisher Elementary, will be built simultaneously, ...