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LYNDEN — Preferred Freezer Services of New Jersey will take a Lynden field from bare ground to over 331,500 square feet of a cold storage operation in less than six months. Work will start any ...
LYNDEN — Enthusiasm breeds enthusiasm, and that’s a mantra that Citizens for Lynden Schools co-chair Tammy Yoder is taking to heart as the April 28 Lynden School District bond election date draws closer. ...
Man assaulted CBP agent with ‘incapacitating spray’ Update: The Whatcom County Medical Examiner has identified the deceased as 20-year-old Jamison Edward Childress of B.C. Original story follows. ...
Lynden senior pitcher and outfielder Hannah Rothwell signed her National Letter of Intent on Thursday to play softball at Lower Columbia College. “I’m really excited to go continue my education to ...
The final Lynden Christian High School reconstruction phase of renovating 50-year-old athletic facilities has started. The project includes an expansion of locker rooms north of the gym, a new hallway ...
SUMAS — An unidentified man was shot and killed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent Thursday afternoon on Kneuman Road west of Sumas. The agency reports that the agent was involved in a confrontation ...
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WHATCOM — For Georgina Furlong-Head, it’s all about the patrons, and it always has been. Furlong-Head, branch manager of the North Fork Library in Kendall, began working in the Whatcom County ...
FERNDALE — Whatcom County residents will benefit from an improved viewing experience at Tennant Lake, thanks to a Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife project that added a new layer of lumber ...
by Scott Korthuis, mayor As Lynden’s mayor and a lifelong resident who, like many of you, raised children in this community, I feel compelled to weigh in on the important matter of the April 28 ...