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LYNDEN -— Thirty bicyclists near the end of a 3,837-mile cross-country trip in support of affordable housing will give a presentation Tuesday, Aug. 19, in Lynden. The free event will start with a potluck ...
Rotary District 5050 Governor Lyle Ryan puts a Paul Harris Fellow pin on Mount Baker Rotary Club member Jim Sinclair, who was recently honored by District 5050 for his outstanding service to Rotary over ...
LYNDEN — Gary VanderGiessen has seen plenty of success selling barbecue supplies. So much, in fact, that he has opened Gary’s Barbecue Supplies at 511 Front St. Not to be outdone, though, his wife, ...
LYNDEN — Kyle and Christie Duque love to run, and they have brought that passion to Lynden with the E2 Fitness Center, located at 110 Third St. They will continue to share that passion via the upcoming ...
FERNDALE — Muds to Suds is coming up this weekend, Aug. 16 and 17, and participants can expect a lot more mud this year. Not only will this year’s Muds to Suds race feature two days of messy fun, it ...
ONGOING Clock exhibit The Lynden Pioneer Museum hosts an exhibit on historic clockworks from the West Coast Clock and Watch Museum through Sept. 15. Several dozen timepieces from the 1700s through the ...
LYNDEN — Stop by the Wool Show section of the livestock barns at the fair and you might catch a glimpse of an ancient art being performed. Multiple spinning wheels are set up, just out of the sun, and ...
LYNDEN -— They had always enjoyed going to the first day of the Northwest Washington Fair, so they decided to get married on it. Keith Beard and Evelyn LeHew tied the knot Monday morning within a garter’s ...
LYNDEN — Day One of the Northwest Washington Fair proves easy to describe. Almost every one of the 28,767 attendees saw it the same way, summed up best by Jim Baron, fair manager: “It was hot.” “It ...
LYNDEN — With much of the inner workings of Lynden’s new water treatment plant going on below ground, the roughly one-year mark until completion offered a quality time for an update on — and a look ...