Public meetings

Wednesday, Sept. 18 • Lynden City Council Public Works Committee, second floor conference room, City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4:30 p.m. • Lynden Board of Adjustments, southeast conference room, City Hall ...
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Meridian puts on an offensive clinic

LAUREL — Before the season started, Meridian soccer coach Andrea Ames knew the talent she had with returning offensive starters Taylor Lunde and Lexi McKinnon. However, with several seniors graduating ...
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Lions have more experience this year, but tough conference opponents could pose an issue

LYNDEN — Lynden swim coach Linda Bode knows what she and her team are up against this season. With top 2A state teams such as Sehome and Squalicum in the Northwest Conference, the Lions will likely have ...

Petersen is on his game

WHATCOM — Making only his second career start for Lynden, junior quarterback Lucas Petersen had a night to remember in the Lions’ 51-14 dismantling of Anacortes last Friday night. The first-year signal ...

With the Seahawks’ dominating win over the 49ers, this team looks Super Bowl-bound

It was Sunday afternoon, and like most 24-year-old men in this country, I was glued to my television set watching Fox NFL Sunday. As I watched, of course with a plate of pizza and Coke on my lap, a couple ...
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Wake-up call for Lyncs in Friday Harbor contest

LYNDEN — The words coming out of Lynden Christian coach Galen Kaemingk’s mouth were loud and clear. “I’m just frustrated,” he said several times Friday evening. Following the Lyncs’ 49-21 loss ...
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Growth planning process begins

WHATCOM ­— By year 2036 the county population could grow from 206,000 today to just under 274,000. Ferndale would add 5,400 people and Lynden about 5,000, putting them both right around 18,000. Land ...

Suspending dreams: Grand bridge plans show vision

LYNDEN — This is the type of stuff engineers dream about. And the type of project that mayors conjure up as difference-makers for a city. While it may always remain a dream, Lynden Mayor Scott Korthuis ...

Not so fast with a Lynden pot shop

LYNDEN ­— Don’t worry about a neighborhood pot store anytime soon. The Lynden City Council slapped a six-month moratorium in place this week to get well ahead of the state’s introduction of recreational ...

LC falls to Friday Harbor

Following LC’s 49-21 loss to Friday Harbor on Friday evening, Lyncs coach Galen Kaemingk interrupted himself on three different occasions. “I’m just frustrated,” Kaemingk would ...