Costs for city 5th-Front work go over budget

But investment seen as vital for downtown revitalization By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com   LYNDEN ­— The cost of city upgrades at Fifth and ...
Playing in Fishtrap Creek at Lynden City Park was just one way to enjoy the beautiful 73-degree weather of Saturday. The nearby Million Smiles Playground was also a hopping place for kids and families. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

Sun-kissed spring

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Don Kok, retiring Lynden Christian Schools superintendent, and his wife, Shelly, were honored while on stage with their children and grandchildren at a May 28 open house. Here with the couple are grandchildren Lauren, Caitlin, baby Meagan and Makenzie. The evening brought stories, handshakes, a mayor’s proclamation and many honoring comments. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

A final LC farewell

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Lions’ title hopes crushed in walk-off heartbreaker

By Cameron Van Til sports@lyndentribune.com   SELAH — On the heels of a third-place finish at last season’s state tournament and with six senior ...
Lynne Shelton and younger sister Lilly Megard are learning that their father, Leonard Goodman (right), was no ordinary soldier. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

An honor long overdue

Local sisters on journey of discovery about father’s role in the First Special Service Force By Mark Reimers and Calvin Bratt news@ferndalerecord.com ...

YWAM coming to Lynden

Dutch Village Mall location will serve as Discipleship Training School By Tim Newcomb tim@lyndentribune.com LYNDEN — A new tenant brings a fresh direction for ...

County bolsters behavioral health program

20-member task force would aim for diversion from jail into treatment By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com   WHATCOM ­— County Council members want ...

LC wins state in aluminum can recycling effort

Good for $1,000 prize for school   LYNDEN — Lynden Christian School has been declared the state winner, worth a $1,000 prize, in a national recycling contest sponsored by the beverage can industry. ...

Trojans hang tough in district tournament

  SEDRO-WOOLLEY — Meridian had a rough regular season, finishing in last place in the Northwest Conference 1A standings and suffering a number of blowout defeats.   But the Trojans weren’t ...

Lyncs win wild high-scoring affair, put late scare into South Whidbey

  SEDRO-WOOLLEY — Lynden Christian mustered just two hits off towering 6-0 Sultan pitcher Shelby Jeffries in a 10-3 opening-round bi-district loss on Thursday.   But the Lyncs responded later ...