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PORT ANGELES — Lynden Christian cross country put together a strong performance at the Salt Creek Invitational on Sept. 20, with its girls placing third out of nine schools and boys placing fourth out ...
BELLINGHAM — Sustainable Connections is accepting applications for up to three new participants in the 2015 Food To Bank On project, a beginning-farmer business training project. Facilitated by Sustainable ...
BELLINGHAM -— Whatcom Women in Business has announced finalists for the 32nd annual Professional Woman of the Year Banquet & Auction event, set for Tuesday, Oct. 28. The organization honors women ...
LYNDEN — A 20-unit apartment building with commercial space on the ground floor has started to change the landscape of east Lynden. Brothers Mike and Craig Engels sit about three months from completing ...
LYNDEN -— A mom and three daughters were back at their homes Friday, four days later than scheduled, after being caught — along with thousands of other Americans — in the Hurricane Odile destruction ...
WHATCOM -— On several 4-3 votes Sept. 16, the County Council chose to delay two weeks on the matter of forming four new Watershed Improvement Districts in the rural county. But general support was voiced. ...
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BELLINGHAM — Midway through the second quarter on Friday night, Lynden was facing a situation it hadn’t experienced yet this season — a close game. After racing to big leads in their first two ...
At the beginning, as Lynden’s earliest settlers pushed back the surrounding forest, hops for beer was a crop that thrived, to go with the usual family mix of chickens, hogs, cattle and horses on a stump ...
LYNDEN — As Maria might sing, “The Claire vg Thomas Theatre is alive with ‘The Sound of Music,’” and theater-goers can experience it beginning Wednesday, Sept. 24. The Rodgers & Hammerstein ...