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Wednesday, Dec. 11 • Whatcom Community College Board of Trustees, Laidlaw Center board room, 237 W. Kellogg Rd., Bellingham, 2 p.m. The agenda includes a stategic conversation on high school collaborative ...
Looks at what the LC School family did for the community by working together Lynden Christian School students, their families and generous members of our community recently collected over four tons of ...
TACOMA — The 2013 season may have just ended four days ago for the Lynden football team, but as the old saying goes, it’s never too early to start thinking about the future. And let me tell you right ...
TACOMA — The gasps from the stands could be heard on the sidelines Saturday afternoon. Star running back Trent Postma had just gone down with what looked to be a knee injury and the junior talent lay ...
TACOMA — When it was all said and done and Freeman erupted in celebration on Saturday in the middle of the Tacoma Dome field, Mount Baker coach Ron Lepper had a clear message for his group of young men. ...
DEMING — Throughout the 2013 season, Mount Baker football coach Ron Lepper kept a secret from his players. The veteran Mounties coach was only a few wins away from setting the new all-time wins record ...
TACOMA — When thinking of the right way to describe the Lynden football team, only one word truly comes to mind: dynasty. With their 38-28 victory over Tumwater in the Tacoma Dome on Saturday, the Lions ...
LYNDEN — Some water rights applications are being processed using a private-sector partnership with the state Department of Ecology, local farmers were told at the Small Fruit Conference Thursday. ...
WHATCOM — The county is moving ahead toward construction of a new jail. The County Council on Nov. 26 approved buying the preferred LaBounty Road property in south Ferndale for $6.1 million. The 40-acre ...
The Lynden Lions are the 2013 2A state football champions. Had you said this entering the season, many would have guessed that wouldn’t be the case, but in a 38-28 victory over Tumwater on Saturday ...