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CPR/first aid taught every other month at City Hall Annex LYNDEN ­— Six times per year on alternating months, the Lynden Fire Department conducts an evening CPR/first aid class at the City Hall Annex, ...

Lynden school board weighs in on facilities

LYNDEN — The Lynden School Board has found itself between a rock and a hard place. The rock consists of two unsafe and outdated schools in desperate need of replacement. The proverbial hard place is ...
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Boat inspections for Whatcom, Samish

WHATCOM ­— The County Council went along with what the Bellingham City Council had already done and approved boat inspections, with fees, to begin already last week at Lake Whatcom and Lake Samish. ...
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Trojans earn it the hard way

DEMING — With the game on the line Monday afternoon, Meridian coach Steve Slesk looked to Tanner Tutterrow. Moments before, Tutterrow had just received a tongue lashing from Slesk for a mental mistake ...
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Bonsen keeps firing

LYNDEN — It’s no secret that the Lynden Lions ride the strong arm of senior pitcher Brooke Bonsen. The senior righty entered last Friday’s game against Lynden Christian with a 10-2 record and has ...
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Baker puts the ball in the net

DEMING — The conditions were less than ideal on Saturday afternoon at Mount Baker High School. The perpetual downpour of rain soaked the soccer field, making it tough for players to stay on their feet. ...
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Another banner for Lynden

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — After capturing the 2A Northwest Conference championships in both football and basketball, the Lions completed the trifecta on Monday afternoon. The Lions capped off their remarkable ...

Beacon Insurance adds an agent

LYNDEN — Beacon Insurance Group of Lynden, an independent agency located at 208 Third St., Suite 2A, recently expanded with the addition of licensed agent Bobbie Martin. Martin, who has 12 years of business ...

NFL hopes alive for Meridian alum

Former Meridian Trojan Andrei Lintz has a dream of making an NFL roster and although he wasn’t drafted this week in the NFL draft, those dreams are still alive. [[more]] The 6-5, 250-pound tight ...
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‘Moochanical Moochine’ up for award

WHATCOM — A young local artist is one of nine national finalists in the Lucerne Art of Dairy online voting contest going on now through May 17. If Rachel Roberts’ “The Moochanical Moochine” design ...