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LYNDEN — The 2014 Farmers Day Parade had about 100 entries, with the Best in Parade title a tie between the Despicable Me Minions entered by Jamie Fairbanks and the Tough Enough to Wear Pink entry. ...
Lynden Christian, Lynden and Nooksack Valley all held graduations on either Thursday or Friday, June 5-6…. This content is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Login or Subscribe Now
LYNDEN — Lynden School District administrators are trying to determine how three quotes attributed to Adolf Hitler made it into Lynden High School’s annual yearbook as senior quotes. “We have a process ...
WHATCOM -— Two Lynden firms will be doing work for the county, following County Council action on Tuesday, June 3. Faber Construction was awarded the $949,310 job of renovating the County Courthouse ...
ONGOING Haynie shows The Haynie Opry, 3144 Haynie Rd., Blaine, officially kicks off its 2014 season with 7 p.m. shows on Friday, June 13, and Saturday, June 14, for $15. A Saturday 3 p.m. show is $10. ...
LYNDEN — The dancers, teachers and staff of A Gift of Dance studio have been working hard since January to present “The Story of Snow White” on Friday and Saturday, June 13-14, in the Lynden Christian ...
LYNDEN -— These items are included in the “good news” report on the Lynden School Board agenda for Thursday, June 12: • The Washington Financial Literacy Challenge recognizes students who show ...
WHATCOM — Whatcom Tea Party members will wave the American flag on freeway overpasses throughout the county on Saturday, June 14. The target time will be from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. However, people are encouraged ...
By Bill Clarke and Greg Ebe When the Washington State Legislature first convened after statehood in 1889, one of its first acts was to authorize the creation of irrigation districts. Why? Because the adequacy ...
EMT efforts gratefully remembered On June 11, 2013, my grandson Jeremiah Sutton had a near-fatal fall from a second-story window of a Lynden building. This letter is a thank-you to the people of Lynden, ...