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Refusal of participation doesn’t bode well The local Tea Party held a forum for County Council candidates in July, and both the conservative and progressive candidates participated. Two local nonprofit ...
Wednesday, Aug. 21 • Lynden City Council Public Works Committee, second floor conference room, City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4:30 p.m. • Lynden Board of Adjustments, southeast conference room, ...
LYNDEN — Whenever preparing for the long stretch of his summer rodeo tour, cowboy Trevor Brazile always looks forward to the time of year when he can return to the Pacific Northwest. The 18-year veteran ...
LYNDEN — With the fall sports season right around the corner, many new faces can be expected on the sidelines. This isn’t limited to only new players, though. At Lynden High School, there are three ...
Some folks around here might be sad that summer is coming to a close. If I can be Frank (and not Braulio), I’m not one of them. Yes, I’ll miss the barbecues and, yes, I’ll miss practicing my backstroke ...
LYNDEN — If a sold-out, boisterous crowd to hear new country star Hunter Hayes perform was a high point, this year’s event lacked any real low mark, according to Jim Baron, fair manager — and that’s ...
WHATCOM — Lynden and Bellingham are looking at a cooperative plan that could give Lynden more water from the Nooksack River while Bellingham would gain a backup water diversion point at Lynden. A similar ...
LYNDEN — Hot on the heels of the Lynden School Board’s approval of a bond Thursday, the new Citizens for Lynden Schools committee met on Monday with more than 30 people in attendance to discuss plans ...
A back old portion of First Christian Reformed Church was being demolished Monday to make way for a new two-story addition. The church had just held a ceremonial groundbreaking on Sunday. The back area ...
Nooksack Valley AD Tom Harmon announced on Monday afternoon that Katie Emmons will be taking over the duties this season for Jennifer Simmons as the girls volleyball coach. Simmons is expecting a baby ...