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WHATCOM — Amber Itle, field veterinarian with the Washington State Department of Agriculture, spent Monday “testing birds all day” even though officially it was a holiday. One of her ...
BELLINGHAM — Whatcom County’s new Mental Health Court program began screening potential members last week. The Mental Health Court seeks to reduce criminal activities and increase public ...
The Lynden Christian boys nearly handed the only remaining unbeaten team remaining in the Northwest Conference its first loss. Instead, the Lyncs fell 73-67 to 2A Anacortes in overtime. Zach Roetcisoender ...
LYNDEN — As the Lions and Lyncs battle for town bragging rights on Thursday night, the two rivals will also be uniting for a cause far bigger than a game. Lynden and Lynden Christian have teamed up to ...
Ferndale seemingly couldn’t miss from 3-point range in the first quarter. The Golden Eagles hit five 3-pointers in the opening period — including one at the buzzer from well beyond NBA-range — ...
The 2A No. 6-ranked Lynden girls entered Friday night with a three-game winning streak, during which they’ve allowed just 32 points per contest. The Lions (9-4, 5-0 Northwest Conference) continued ...
With Aaron Rodgers and the Packers’ high-powered offense set to collide with the Seahawks’ stifling, historically dominant defense, Sunday’s NFC Championship game is a classic battle of strengths. ...
The 1A top-ranked Lynden Christian girls (11-3, 6-0 Northwest Conference) scored a season-high 74 points on Thursday night, routing Meridian 74-39. The Lyncs scored the game’s first 15 points, ...
Former Lynden Christian head coach Curt De Haan has been selected as the 2014 National Coach of the Year in girls’ basketball by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Coaches ...
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