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WHATCOM — Two local students at Western Washington University have won university scholarships for the 2014-15 academic year. Sarrah Jane Van Zanten, a daughter of Gerrit Van Zanten of Lynden and Carol ...
Election system not broken; it’s voters’ fault Our election system isn’t broken. The American people themselves have handed government over to incompetent and corrupt individuals. Many registered ...
Wednesday, July 16 • Lynden City Council Community Development Committee, second floor meeting room, Lynden City Hall, 300 Fourth St. 4 p.m. • WRIA (Watershed Resource Inventory Area) 1 Planning Unit, ...
LYNDEN — Guide Insurance Services Inc. and Beacon Insurance Group Inc. will merge, effective Aug. 1. The joining of the two local, independent agencies will give customers access to “the great customer ...
POINT ROBERTS — The dedicated NEXUS-only southbound lane at the Point Roberts border crossing will operate between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. seven days a week. The hours of operation have been extended two hours ...
LYNDEN — The number 105 sticks out to Troy Muljat. Unfortunately, though, not for a good reason. Each day, the Lynden native must drive 105 miles to Seattle to receive radiation treatments at the Cancer ...
FERNDALE — In previous years when the calendar reached early July, families of Ferndale and Lynden, like others in the state, would load up the minivan, pack the cooler and head nearly four hours to ...
LYNDEN — Each year, Jerry Blankers of Muljat Group North, sees numbers get bigger and bigger for Lynden’s Northwest Raspberry Festival 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament. 2014 is no different. As of Monday, ...
A truck with a water geyser helps parade-goers cool off on Saturday during the Everson-Nooksack Summer Festival, which took place Friday through Sunday. (Sabrina Wadhams/Lynden Tribune)… This content ...
LYNDEN — Lynden High School will put a “second set of eyes” on certain pre-publication components of the school’s annual yearbook, school district Superintendent Jim Frey said on Monday. That decision ...