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Sept. 10 meeting introduces new WSU facility director

WHATCOM ­— Chad Kruger, new director of the Northwest Washington Research and Extension Center in Mount Vernon, will visit in Lynden on Thursday, Sept. 10. Kruger, who has some local connections, will ...

World’s students coming to WCC

WHATCOM — Exchange participants are arriving at Whatcom Community College, one of 17 campuses across 11 states, to begin the 2015-2016 Community College Initiative Program. This program of the U.S. State ...

Witnesses to Aug. 31 Everett U.S. 2 collision sought

EVERETT — Washington State Patrol criminal investigators seek witnesses to a hit-and-run collision that occurred on Aug. 31 at approximately 5:30 a.m. at the beginning of westbound Highway 2 on the trestle. ...
While Lynden’s rushing attack managed just 34 yards, King’s ran for 234 yards against the Lions’ defense at an average of 6.5 per carry. (Cameron Van Til/Lynden Tribune)

Lions tamed in season-opening loss to King’s

SHORELINE — A tightly contested season-opening loss at King’s High School is something Lynden has experienced before. Three years ago, the Lions began their season with a road loss to King’s, and ...
This photo from “The Grand Lady of Mt. Baker” shows the Mt. Baker Lodge as it once looked.

Telling Baker Lodge story

WHATCOM — Mike Impero is a man of detail, and he showcases that in the upper-Nooksack River history books he has released over the years. His new book, “The Grand Lady of Mt. Baker: A History of the ...

Calendar

ONGOING Fabulous Fiber The Jansen Art Center, 321 Front St., hosts Fabulous Fiber ’15 Sept. 9-12. Expect workshops and keynote speakers. Details: Sheri Ward at 961-4956 or sheri.ward@icloud.com. ...
After leading Lynden Christian to its first state title in program history last season, senior Kara Bajema (15) highlights a Lyncs team poised for more success. (Steve McKinley/stevemckinleyphotography.com)

LC set for new challenge as defending champs

LYNDEN — The Lynden Christian volleyball program finally broke through the barrier last November. Entering 2014, the Lyncs had made 17 straight trips to the state tournament and had advanced to the state ...
Meridian junior forward Emily Brackinreed is part an ultra-talented junior class that is looking to continue the Trojans’ run of success. (Cameron Van Til/Lynden Tribune)

Stellar junior class aiming to continue Trojans’ success

LAUREL — Most teams would be crippled by the loss of a trio as talented as Janessa Murphy, Lexi McKinnon and Emily Schwisow. Murphy was Meridian’s co-leading goal scorer last season, McKinnon was a ...

Football roundup: Baker puts up fight against defending 2A champs

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — After surrendering a pair of early touchdowns, Mount Baker hung with defending 2A state champion Sedro-Woolley in a 20-7 season-opening loss. Junior running back Jed Schleimer picked ...