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Unexpected 2013 expenses must be managed LYNDEN -— The city is dealing with about $240,000 in unanticipated costs from this year heading into the 2014 budget cycle. The extra hit on budget planning was ...
Trail extension will likely be ready in 2015 LYNDEN — Thanks to a federal grant of about $270,000, the city will have a new extension to the Jim Kaemingk Sr. Trail, likely in summer 2015. The city is ...
Plans include new tenants, site improvements and future growth LYNDEN — One of the first orders of business for the new owners of the Dutch Village Mall is to get that 72-foot-tall windmill moving again. ...
Following a 3-0 defeat to King’s on Saturday, LC volleyball still has great shot of making it to the 1A state tourney — again LYNDEN — Heading into the their 1A district championship match against ...
Steve Herrick hopes band will be making music by January LYNDEN — Many musicians who play their instruments in high school and college eventually fall out of practice. Lynden High School band teacher ...
Mount Baker running back Liam Short is quietly putting together a strong season DEMING — Throughout the football season, Northwest Conference fans have been spoiled with some great running back talent ...
WHATCOM — The four “progressive” candidates for County Council clearly led the “conservative” slate in the first count of over 47,000 ballots in Tuesday’s general election. (See ...
In the opening round of the 1A tri-district soccer tournament, the Meridian Trojans defeated Northwest 2-0 in a loser-out contest at Civic Stadium in Bellingham. Meridian will now face University Prep ...
It took an extra game to do so, but the Meridian Trojans have advanced to the 1A tri-district football tournament. The Trojans defeated the Lynden Christian Lyncs on Tuesday night 28-12 to advance. The ...
Tonight at the Lynden High School football game, a fundraiser will be held for Tristan Moffat. The sophomore Lion was recently diagnosed with cancer and has been back and forth between Whatcom County ...