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LYNDEN — One of Lynden’s largest businesses will soon have a downtown presence, with Lynden Door planning a “Collaboratory Center” on Front Street. John Ridder, Lynden Door senior vice president, ...
LYNDEN — From just 30 votes last year to thousands this year — such was the increased interest in the Whatcom Conservation District election held Tuesday. District executive director ...
YAKIMA — On the heels of a stunning 22-point semifinal victory over defending state champion Zillah the night before, Lynden Christian was looking to ride its Cinderella run all the way to a state ...
The game started out about as well as Lynden could have hoped. But it certainly didn’t end that way. Lynden failed to make a field goal in the final five and a half minutes and fell 53-45 to White River ...
With a towering 6-1 frame, rangy athleticism and a capable outside shot, Lynden Christian junior forward Kara Bajema has the ability to take over a game. That’s exactly what she did on Saturday. Bajema ...
Lynden senior forward Kaitlyn Mark didn’t want her high school basketball career to come to an end. So she did all she could to extend it one more game and help her team finish with a trophy. Mark sank ...
Not even Lynden Christian head coach Roger DeBoer had an explanation. As the Lyncs headed to the locker room with a 20-point halftime lead over the defending state champions, DeBoer turned to his fellow ...
Lynden Christian’s hopes of a second straight state title had just come to an end the night before. And in painful fashion nonetheless, as a five-point lead entering the fourth quarter slowly disintegrated ...
Lynden was able to overcome a significant interior size differential last week in a regional-round victory over Black Hills. But W.F. West was a different beast. Facing a lineup featuring three players ...
Lynden Christian is accustomed to winning with its up-tempo, high-scoring offense. On Thursday, however, it was the Lyncs’ defense that perhaps made the biggest impact. LC allowed just 18 points combined ...