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OLYMPIA -— The city of Lynden fully complied with all financial reporting and internal controls in using federal awards for the calendar year 2013, State Auditor Troy Kelley reports. … This ...
ONGOING Landscaping class WSU Whatcom Extension hosts a five-hour sustainable landscaping class on Tuesdays and Thursdays from Sept. 16 through Oct. 2. Details: 671-3891. Local play The Claire vg Thomas ...
Wednesday, Sept. 17 • Whatcom Community College Board of Trustees, Laidlaw Center board room, 237 W. Kellogg Rd., Bellingham, 2 p.m. There will be a strategic conversation about accreditation and a tour ...
LYNDEN — Lynden Christian head coach Galen Kaemingk calls his offense a “run-first” unit, and that designation carried plenty of literal meaning on Friday night. The Lyncs began the game with five ...
LYNDEN — As the waning moments of last Thursday afternoon’s match approached, it looked like the Lynden girls soccer team was going to come away with a win over rival Lynden Christian. The Lions had ...
LYNDEN — Top-ranked 2A Lynden amassed 511 yards of total offense on Friday, racing to a big lead and defeating Lakewood 38-21. The Lions led 24-0 in the second quarter and extended their advantage to ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden girls volleyball team had a rough offseason, losing seniors Kat Webb and Hannah Rothwell in June to season-ending injuries. The Lions didn’t begin their season on an ideal note ...
LYNDEN -— The Christian Health Care Center hopes to have a new adult day health center built and running by mid-2015. The 5,400-square-foot center, capable of serving 60 persons per day, will be on property ...
LYNDEN — Kids in Lynden Christian Schools raise their hands in class when they have questions or answers, just like children in every other school. But when Superintendent Don Kok puts up his hand before ...
LYNDEN -— Former telephone company property on East Badger Road could become the city’s long-sought public works yard. The Lynden City Council on Monday decided to offer $1.22 million for the 3.84 ...