- Business Directory
- Special Sections
- Healthy Living
- 2014 Home & Garden Show Preview
- Country Life
- Coupon Book
- Best of Lynden 2013
- 2013 Northwest Washington Fair Magazine
- Who’s Who 2013
- 2013 Fall Drive Whatcom
- Lynden Chamber Directory 2013
- Health Care Guide 2013
- Progress Edition 2014
- Fall Home Improvement
- Everson-Nooksack News
- Play Whatcom
- Graduation Section
- Lynden Rodeo Program
- 2013 Winter Sports Magazine
- 2013 Fire Prevention Tab
- Veterans Day Tab
- 2013 Kids Design An Ad
- 2013 Christmas Songbook
- Contact Us
- Log in
WHATCOM — Five local red raspberry growers and their alternates have been named to the first national Processed Raspberry Council. In all, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack has appointed 23 representatives ...
In a meeting of Northwest Conference giants, Lynden wasn’t intimidated. No, the Lions didn’t care that first place in the league standings was on the line and that a loss on the road to Sehome ...
Though stations will be sold, no job losses will occur if surplus resolutions pass The North Whatcom Fire & Rescue Whatcom County Fire Protection District #21 Board of Commissioners’ regular ...
The Lions and Pioneers met in a Northwest Conference showdown on Tuesday evening, with Lynden dominating from the start. The visiting Lions used solid pitching and an excellent offensive performance to ...
BELLINGHAM — Levels of fecal coliform bacteria are on the rise in creeks and rivers in Whatcom County, prompting a multi-agency response effort. The levels of pollution exceed clean water standards and ...
LYNDEN — This is the 20th year of Whatcom County Dairy Women’s Milk Makers Fest. On the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds, first graders of the county have a fun opportunity to learn how milk is produced. ...
LYNDEN — Flora Inc.’s provocative advertising campaign has turned heads nationally and now the locally based company offers the public a chance to get clever and have a chance to win $10,000 in the ...
LYNDEN — In the past, John and Dorie Belisle have shared the beauty of blossom time with their friends and family. Now it’s no longer their own private festival. This year will bring BelleWood Acres’ ...
OLYMPIA — On April 9 the House Finance Committee approved a bill introduced by Sen. Doug Ericksen, R-Ferndale, that would clarify that the nonprofit Northwest Washington Fair in Lynden is not subject ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Police Department has received an increased number of complaints about drivers failing to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks, resulting in near-misses. John Billester, deputy chief, ...