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EVERSON — Cloud Mountain Farm Center, 6906 Goodwin Rd., will present free workshops for home gardeners, as well as new and experienced farmers, each weekend in March as part of its 2013 workshop series ...
MOUNT VERNON — Before tipoff, the nerves kick in full force for Lynden Christian guard Sally Vlas. Butterflies are rapid and the 5-6 junior is self-admittedly shy as she laces up her Nikes in the locker ...
LYNDEN — For a fast-paced, uber-athletic team like the Lynden Lions, the last thing a coach would ever want to do is slow his team down. The Lions have run up and down the court throughout the season, ...
LYNDEN — It was a night Lynden Christian and Cashmere fans haven’t forgotten. In arguably one of the best 1A basketball games of the 2012-13 season, on Dec. 27 the Lyncs were able to edge Cashmere ...
LACEY — All great things must come to an end. It’s what former Lynden Lion and current Saint Martin’s (Lacey) guard Brady Bomber has come to face this week as he gets ready to end his college basketball ...
CHEHALIS — After finishing the regular season with an abysmal 6-14 record, few teams believed the Mount Baker Mountaineers could make a deep run in the postseason. That didn’t matter to coach Rob Gray ...
Big cuts loom! Where are our taxes going? In the big picture of the march of time, the economics of our society is but a blip on the screen, but for those of us who live or die by what happens to America, ...
LYNDEN — S&V Insurance Services of Lynden has hired Kyle Boon and Bill Knutzen to serve as agents. Boon was born and raised in Whatcom County and graduated from Nooksack Valley High School in 2003. ...
LYNDEN — The Chanterelle mushrooms at the Lynden Pioneer Museum have a distinct aroma. That much is certain. How you feel about that whiff of earthiness — and whether you’d ever consider eating it ...
LYNDEN — The city brings on board three new career firefighters Friday, March 1, all hired from within Lynden’s own volunteer ranks. That will raise the paid firefighting force of the Lynden Fire Department ...