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LAUREL — Nearly a decade ago, a group of young girls began playing soccer together. After playing on the same team for much of their elementary school years, many of them went their separate ways by ...
DEMING — As Mount Baker’s players hung around on the field following their win, a fan shouted “Beast Mode!” to Mountaineers senior running back Liam Short, in reference to Seattle Seahawks running ...
LYNDEN — Neither opponents nor injuries have slowed down top-ranked Lynden so far this season. Now game delays can be added to the list of obstacles that the Lions have handled in stride. Friday night’s ...
SNOHOMISH — After beating both the defending state champion and the defending state runner-up the previous weekend, the Lynden Christian volleyball team garnered yet another major accomplishment this ...
WHATCOM — With seven non-Bellingham licensed marijuana producer-processor operations and one non-Bellingham retail outlet, Whatcom County is starting to take hold of its legal pot opportunities. From ...
LYNDEN -— The city is about to get a potential 40-acre park of the future off Benson Road, but for now the pathway for a potential Pepin Creek channel for better water drainage is partially blocked. ...
WHATCOM — A week after their freshman year at Washington State University came to a close last May, 19-year-olds Zan Roman and Cameron Coupe left on a trip from Seattle to New York. They’re almost ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden girls swim team lost to Sehome 119-50 on Oct. 2, but several Lions swimmers posted solid results. Jaydn Elias was the Lions’ only winner, taking the 50-yard freestyle with a time ...
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