Public meetings

Wednesday, Aug. 20 • Lynden City Council Community Development Committee, second floor meeting room, Lynden City Hall, 300 Fourth St. 4 p.m. • Lynden Board of Adjustments, southeast conference room, ...
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Learning the art of spycraft in real science

It’s easy to think of spying as a purely fictitious concept. From the books of Ian Fleming to John le Carré to the myriad of spy thrillers that hit theaters decade after decade, espionage fiction has ...

Calendar

ONGOING Clock exhibit The Lynden Pioneer Museum hosts an exhibit of historic clockworks from the West Coast Clock and Watch Museum through Sept. 15. Several dozen timepieces from the 1700s through the ...

Auditor seeks writers of ‘con’ position on recreation bond

LYNDEN -— County Auditor Debbie Adelstein is interested in hearing from people willing to help draft a ballot statement against the $1 million bond proposed by the Lynden Regional Parks and Recreation ...

Ecology fines local firm $3,000

OLYMPIA — Fourteen businesses statewide, including one local, have been fined $3,000 each for failing to submit stormwater monitoring reports for three or more consecutive quarters. On the list is Elenbaas ...

Lynden native graduates from Washington University

ST. LOUIS — Kevin Butler, son of Mark and Sharon Butler of Lynden, earned a graduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis. He graduated with a master of science degree in biostatistics. Butler ...
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Rodeo attendance down, contestant numbers up

LYNDEN — The Lynden PRCA Rodeo finished out its first showing during the Northwest Washington Fair last Wednesday night, complete with classic rodeo competition and the antics of rodeo clown J.J. Harrison. ...

Bells win first league championship

BELLINGHAM — The Bellingham Bells made team history Monday evening in front of a crowd of almost 3,000 at Joe Martin Field. The Bells took home their first-ever West Coast League championship trophy, ...
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Fair attendance dips with sour weather

LYNDEN — Thank goodness for Friday and Saturday. Without two well-attended days at the Northwest Washington Fair, the six-day event would have struggled even more than it did to pack the Lynden grounds. ...

Lynden keeping marijuana at bay … still

LYNDEN -— With no applications to the contrary, the city heads to a third round of keeping marijuana out. The Lynden City Council on Monday extended its moratorium another six months on any producing, ...