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WHATCOM — Two local campuses of the Northwest Career & Technical Academy hold open houses on Wednesday, Feb. 25. Meridian High School hosts in its CTE Building, 194 W. Laurel Rd., at ...
WHATCOM — Applications are now out for the April 10-11, 2015 Whatcom County Youth Fair on the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds. Paper forms (in orange) are available at schools, feed and ...
LYNDEN — On Monday, Feb. 23, the Lynden City Council will hold a joint meeting with directors of the Lynden School District and the Lynden Regional Parks & Recreation District to discuss projects ...
WHATCOM — In a joint effort, North Whatcom Fire & Rescue and the Lynden Fire Department are seeking more individuals to join those local fire departments as volunteer firefighter/EMTs. An ...
LYNDEN — Wayne Steenbock, Christian Health Care Center administrator, said that adult day health is the future of health care. CHCC sets itself up for the future with the planned Northwest Adult Day ...
EVERSON — Nooksack Valley School District voters last week approved a nearly $28 million bond to build a new middle school and expand, replace and remodel a variety of other district facilities, and ...
Elisa Kooiman scored 18 points and Kaitlyn Mark added 14 as Lynden held on for a 42-40 win over Archbishop Murphy on Tuesday night to advance to the district title game and clinch a berth in regionals. ...
Lynden Christian’s defense put together another strong performance, making things difficult for one of the best offenses in the state. Yet, facing what is an elite defense in its own right, the Lyncs ...
LYNDEN — As Lynden head coach Brian Roper put it, there aren’t many secrets left between his team and Sedro-Woolley. Having already played one another twice, each team had a strong grasp as to ...
Thursday night hoops roundup: Soares’ 29 points, game-winner propel Mount Baker boys into bi-district
Timothy Soares scored 29 points and hit a go-ahead shot with 10 seconds left to lead Mount Baker past South Whidbey 65-64 on Thursday night in a loser-out district game. With the victory, the Mountaineers ...