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NOOKSACK VALLEY — When Nooksack Valley baseball coach Scott Gelwicks accepted the position to take over the Pioneers this season, he knew he wouldn’t have an easy task in rebuilding the program. He ...
SAN ANTONIO — The Western Washington University women saw their memorable season come to an end last week, losing 66-54 to Ashland University. The girls won 29 games this season, which was one win short ...
PULLMAN — Standing at 6-5 and 280 pounds, Nooksack Valley football alum B.J. Salmonson is a physical specimen. He towers over people with his large frame, and his dominance in the Northwest Conference ...
Lynden Municipal Court was held on March 27, 2013, and the following people were found guilty: Giovanni Aragon Pena, 22, of Lynden, making a false statement to a public servant. Jarrid Gharet, 26, of Yakima, ...
LYNDEN — The Jansen Art Center’s new Spring Showcase will cover almost every wall in the building. Running April 10 through June 27, the work includes the media of painting, tile art, wood carving, ...
BIRCH BAY — A groundbreaking ceremony for the planned BP Heron Center for Environmental Education is set for 10 a.m. Saturday, April 20, at Birch Bay State Park’s lower day-use area. The ceremony includes ...
WEDNESDAY Garden club The Birchwood Garden Club hosts Krista Rome to discuss backyard beans and grains at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3, in the Whatcom Museum Rotunda Room, 121 Prospect St., Bellingham. ...
LYNDEN — The chemistry on the field within the Lynden Christian soccer team is always in sync. With a roster that welcomed back eight seniors from last season, the team operates at a high clip and has ...
LAUREL — Sometimes, “ahead of schedule” is a bit of an understatement. That’s the case this week, as Meridian High Schoolers move into their new 50,000-square-foot education building. The original ...
LYNDEN — When Ken Stremler was 19, he had a rough day at work at Snow Ford Sales, cutting his head on the under side of a car and smashing his finger with a tool in quick succession. By lunch break he ...