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Growth management must be on the table With the upcoming County Council election on the horizon, it is extremely important that we all be aware of growth management issues and the need for council members ...
Editor’s Note: Table Talk will be a twice-monthly feature in the Lynden Tribune arising from talk at the tables of Lynden’s eateries. The topics may be related to news, community or whatever ...
As the summer movie season draws to a close over the next month or so, expect to start hearing the term “Oscar buzz” more and more often from the film nerds of the world. The fall season leading up ...
THURSDAY Farmers market The Lynden Farmers Market runs from 1 to 6 p.m. every Thursday through the summer at 324 Front St. Tractor show concert Kenny Hess with the Vedder Mountain Pickers and New Generation ...
OLYMPIA — To many, pesky bee stings typically only cause temporary throbbing. That doesn’t mean you’ll never have a bad reaction, however. Public health officials warn that having one type of reaction ...
WHATCOM — This year for the first time, The Woods Coffee will make the cookie part of the highly popular Moo-wiches for the 2013 Northwest Washington Fair. The Woods’ bakery in Lynden will deliver ...
LYNDEN — It all started as a hobby. Mount Baker High School physical education teacher Brenda Terpstra recalls the days when she first started umpiring softball in 2000. “I had just picked up golf ...
COLUMBIA, S.C. — It was a 3,000-mile move for Lynden Christian alumna Coryn Bajema. The 2012 graduate now calls Columbia, S.C., home, where she’ll be a sophomore this fall for the University of South ...
As my phone lit up on Monday afternoon and I looked at my stained I-Phone, I couldn’t believe my eyes. I was at the Tribune office and had just finished some trail mix. There were some crumbs trickled ...
Bellingham’s Civic Stadium is receiving a much needed makeover. The artificial turf, which was installed in 2000, was recently taken out and new turf will be installed soon. The new turf will come with ...