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WHATCOM -— With the local seed potato harvest now complete, it’s possible to tally up what may count as a banner year for county agriculture. In regard to weather, crop yield and price, the factors ...
LYNDEN — Len Corneto gives plenty of credit to cartoon character Betty Boop for his 1,000 donations of blood plasma. Corneto’s long run of donations started nearly 11 years ago. The 22-year Whatcom ...
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2A top-ranked Lynden had won 33 games in a row, 43 straight home contests, 55 straight Northwest Conference matchups and had beaten rival 3A Ferndale five consecutive times. All of those streaks came to ...
WHATCOM — The Oct. 23 Northwest Business Expo & Conference will have a session looking at the economic impacts of the Cherry Point industrial area on about 240 businesses locally. Also, the annual ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Planning Commission’s public hearing on a proposed rezone for the North Sound Retail Center has been moved to Nov. 13. The applicants, Powell Development and Barghausen Engineers, ...
Could grandpa Sol have foreseen these technological changes? Hardly. There was a time, and not so long ago, that reporters obtained most of their information from viewing documents or interviewing people, ...
Renovated Dutch Village Mall was the venue for several performances of the Oct. 8-12 Lynden Music Festival, and violionist Cayley Schmidt drew a crowd along the canal for the opening concert…. This ...
LYNDEN — Exactly as the Lynden Tribune is marking 100 years of Lewis family ownership, the paper won the top General Excellence award from its statewide group. That’s a first after the Tribune had ...
LYNDEN — Every year, the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America asks all its congregations nationwide to do a service project for their community. It’s called “God’s Work. Our Hands.” This year, ...