Museum has variety of talks

LYNDEN — A presentation on “Nooksack Place Names and Food Plants” will be given by Allan Richardson at the Lynden Pioneer Museum at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 11. The Nooksack people had a diverse knowledge ...

Soccer: Lyncs can't be stopped

There’s no better way to say it: The Lynden Christian Lyncs are on absolute fire. After defeating South Whidbey 4-0 on Saturday to capture the 1A district championship, LC took down University Prep ...

Baseball: Lynden falls to Sedro-Woolley

The road back to the 2A state baseball tournament got a little bit more difficult for  Lynden on Tuesday night. The Lions lost a heartbreaker to Sedro-Woolley 5-4, sending them to the loser’s bracket ...

LC Soccer one win away from state

Following Lynden Christian’s 1-0 victory over Coupeville on Wednesday, there was one primary concern for coach Brent DeRuyter: finishing. The Lyncs failed to capitalize on several opportunities and their ...

Front Street bicycle vs. vehicle accident results in trip to hospital

There were no serious accidents in a bicycle versus vehicle accident at the intersection of Front and Sixth streets in downtown Lynden on Tuesday afternoon. Two boys, ages approximately 8 and 11, were ...

Soccer: LC and Meridian advance

On Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m., Lynden Christian and Meridian will face off at LC after both teams came out victorious in their first round games of the 1A district soccer tournament. The Lyncs, the number ...
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Raising disability awareness at Nooksack Valley High

EVERSON — About 270 of the estimated 1,600 students in the Nooksack Valley School District live with disabilities, and students at Nooksack Valley High School are working to make these kids feel as at-home ...

Korthuis to run again for mayor

LYNDEN ­— Scott Korthuis will run again for mayor. The one-term incumbent announced his intentions at the end of a Lynden City Council meeting Monday — to council and city staff applause. In a brief ...

Water plant’s $30M in contracts OK’d

LYNDEN ­— The contracts are in place for building a new Lynden water treatment plant. It adds up to big money, though. The City Council on Monday awarded the main construction job to low bidder IMCO ...

Teen pleads guilty to second-degree murder in 2011 shooting

BELLINGHAM — One of the suspected shooters in the 2011 “drug deal gone bad” Lynden shooting death of Jesse Winchester was sentenced to 14 years and four months in prison Thursday after pleading guilty ...