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WHATCOM — The “progressive” slate of four candidates is winning a clean sweep over the “conservative” side for the County Council in the Nov. 5 general election. The leaders each had a margin ...
In a loser-out contest at LC on Thursday night, the Lyncs’ volleyball team defeated Overlake 3-0. With the victory, LC will now face either Forest Ridge or Charles Wright Academy at 11 a.m. on Saturday ...
The memorable season for the Meridian Trojan girls soccer team keeps getting better. On Thursday afternoon, the ladies of Laurel took down University Prep 1-0 to earn fourth place in the 1A tri-district ...
After a few weeks sitting at number two in the Associated Press’ 2A state football rankings, the Lynden Lions are back at number one. Lynden, who is a perfect 9-0 this season, jumped Tumwater (9-0) ...
In heartbreaking fashion, the 2013 campaign came to a close on Tuesday night for the Lynden Christian girls’ soccer team. The Lyncs, who finished the season 12-6-2, lost in penalty kicks to Cedar ...
Following a victory over Squalicum, Lynden enters postseason play with a 9-0 record WHATCOM — With two consecutive state football championships under its belt, Lynden will look for number three this ...
Following a victory over Meridian, Mount Baker earns a state berth and week 10 bye LAUREL — In a season where Mount Baker has dominated nearly all of its games this season, the Mounties found themselves ...
State in negotiations on property acquisition LYNDEN — With design wrapped up, the Washington State Department of Transportation continues negotiating with affected landowners to secure right-of-way ...
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 ...