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LYNDEN — Kelley Bouma has kept the shipping portion of Timekeepers alive, taking over the business on Jan. 10 in the Fairway Center. “It actually totally fell in my lap,” Bouma said. “My ...
BELLINGHAM — As a service, Lighthouse Mission Ministries has extended the Drop-In Center hours to include weekends, accommodating men and women experiencing homelessness during winter weather. Formerly ...
LYNDEN — Having put on the decidedly adult-centric “Phantom of the Opera” last year, director Dee Apodaca was looking to tell a more kid-friendly tale for this year’s Lynden Christian High School ...
ONGOING January Series The award-winning January Series of Calvin College is videostreamed to 510 Liberty St., Lynden, at 9:30 a.m. each weekday Jan. 7-27. Viewing the 21 lecture and cultural arts presentations ...
BELLINGHAM — The Pickford Film Center is now accepting registrations for the 2015 Guerilla Film Project film-making competition for high schoolers. Students form teams of three to five students ...
SEATTLE — Having the remarkable privilege to witness Jermaine Kearse haul in that perfect, game-winning spiral from Russell Wilson from the sidelines of CenturyLink Field on Sunday was one of the ...
LYNDEN — As the Lions and Lyncs battle for town bragging rights on Thursday night, the two rivals will also be uniting for a cause far bigger than a game. Lynden and Lynden Christian have teamed up to ...
LYNDEN — For former Lynden Christian girls’ basketball head coach Curt De Haan, it was a storybook ending. Prior to his retirement last spring, De Haan capped a decorated 34-year career ...
LYNDEN — It’s no secret that Lynden’s dynamic duo of Sterling Somers and Scooter Hastings can score. The two entered Saturday night’s game averaging a combined 32.7 points per contest ...
WHATCOM — 2A No. 6-ranked Lynden (9-4, 5-0 Northwest Conference) entered Friday night with a three-game winning streak, during which they had allowed just 32 points per contest. The Lions ...