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ONGOING Local play The Lynden Performing Arts Guild presents “Little Shop of Horrors” at the Claire vg Thomas Theatre through May 19. Directed by Julie and Ed Marantette, this is a musical comedy. ...
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Stealing the show in Seattle

SEATTLE — As the final whistle blew on Saturday morning, there was no hesitation for the Lynden Christian soccer fans in the stands. The group, which had traveled over 100 miles from Lynden to King’s ...
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McKee earns top honor

LYNDEN — When famed Lynden Athletic Director Terry DeValois retired back in 2009, there was one name in particular that popped to his head when he thought of possible replacements. He didn’t hesitate ...
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Wake-up call for Lynden baseball

ANACORTES — Coming from behind for a win is not something the Lynden Lions have been used to in 2013. With a league-best 19-1 record (11-1 in conference play), Lynden has barely broken a sweat in its ...

Lyncs take second in NWC golf match

The LC boys golf team continued its solid 2013 campaign with a second-place finish at Monday’s Northwest Conference tournament. The Lyncs were led by senior Willy Scholten, who shot a 76. Scholten finished ...
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North County Cavs fired up for playoffs

LYNDEN — According to head coach Peter White, this season has been one of the most successful ever for the North County Cavaliers lacrosse team. The team, made up of players from Lynden, Lynden Christian, ...
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30 years, $1M raised

LYNDEN ­— For 30 years now, the Cystic Fibrosis Bike-a-thon has been a May mainstay in town. This Saturday, the event is expected to top $1 million raised to fight the hereditary disease. The cumulative ...

Who’s running again for office?

WHATCOM ­— Lynden Mayor Scott Korthuis has said he is running for a second term. Whatcom County Council incumbents Kathy Kershner, Bill Knutzen, Kenn Mann and Carl Weimer all intend to run again for ...

Museum has variety of talks

LYNDEN — A presentation on “Nooksack Place Names and Food Plants” will be given by Allan Richardson at the Lynden Pioneer Museum at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 11. The Nooksack people had a diverse knowledge ...

Soccer: Lyncs can't be stopped

There’s no better way to say it: The Lynden Christian Lyncs are on absolute fire. After defeating South Whidbey 4-0 on Saturday to capture the 1A district championship, LC took down University Prep ...