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WHATCOM — The county’s median price of homes sold last year rose 3.2 percent in comparison to 2011, to $250,000. Also, the number of residential units sold increased by 12.8 percent to 2,077, the county’s ...
LYNDEN — Watch for the opening of yet another restaurant at Homestead Golf & Country Club. The Reserve at Homestead is now closed and a new group of owners has taken over, shutting down food service ...
LYNDEN — It happens every year. In early January, Lynden and Lynden Christian meet in a rivalry that dates back decades. 2013 is different, however. Both teams are not only coming off state championships ...
LYNDEN — For Lynden Lions swimming coach Steve Gibb, the hard work he and his athletes have put forth this season is certainly paying off. Gibb, who implemented a new P90X training regiment this year, ...
NOOKSACK — Depth and experience. It’s what’s needed to compete at a high level and is essential for a team when they suffer shooting woes. For the Nooksack Valley girls basketball team, the above-mentioned ...
SEDRO-WOOLLEY — Hard work and dedication. It’s what every coach hopes to see from athletes and it’s exactly what Nooksack Valley girls wrestling coach Michelle DeKoekkoek has seen in 2012. The Pioneers ...
LYNDEN — Rebounding, rebounding and rebounding. It’s what the Lynden Christian Lyncs are known for and it’s exactly what Lynden coach Rob Adams understands his girls need to work on during practice ...
By Sen. Doug Ericksen The new bipartisan Majority Coalition Caucus in the Washington State Senate is injecting fresh life and solutions into the hallowed halls of the Capitol Dome. This new majority believes ...
LYNDEN — Somewhere very near this spot in 1870, Lynden’s first white family settled into their cabin just a short walk up from the Nooksack River. The Judsons didn’t worry about the peat soil then. ...
The news that makes us take notice every year varies for each person, but some items have a seemingly universal draw. The Tribune staff compiled our list of the most head-turning local news of 2012 and ...