Lighthouse’s Drop-In Center extends hours

BELLINGHAM — As a service, Lighthouse Mission Ministries has extended the Drop-In Center hours to include weekends, accommodating men and women experiencing homelessness during winter weather.   Formerly ...
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LC presents a ‘tale as hold as time’

LYNDEN — Having put on the decidedly adult-centric “Phantom of the Opera” last year, director Dee Apodaca was looking to tell a more kid-friendly tale for this year’s Lynden Christian High School ...

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ONGOING January Series The award-winning January Series of Calvin College is videostreamed to 510 Liberty St., Lynden, at 9:30 a.m. each weekday Jan. 7-27. Viewing the 21 lecture and cultural arts presentations ...

Film-making competition open to high schoolers

  BELLINGHAM — The Pickford Film Center is now accepting registrations for the 2015 Guerilla Film Project film-making competition for high schoolers.   Students form teams of three to five students ...
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Super Bowl-bound Hawks pull stunner in Seattle

  SEATTLE — Having the remarkable privilege to witness Jermaine Kearse haul in that perfect, game-winning spiral from Russell Wilson from the sidelines of CenturyLink Field on Sunday was one of ...
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Lions, Lyncs unite in Catfight for Cancer

LYNDEN — As the Lions and Lyncs battle for town bragging rights on Thursday night, the two rivals will also be uniting for a cause far bigger than a game. Lynden and Lynden Christian have teamed up ...
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De Haan named National Coach of the Year

  LYNDEN — For former Lynden Christian girls’ basketball head coach Curt De Haan, it was a storybook ending.   Prior to his retirement last spring, De Haan capped a decorated 34-year career ...
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Lions click on all cylinders in win

  LYNDEN — It’s no secret that Lynden’s dynamic duo of Sterling Somers and Scooter Hastings can score.   The two entered Saturday night’s game averaging a combined 32.7 points per contest ...

Lions’ defense rolling

  WHATCOM — 2A No. 6-ranked Lynden (9-4, 5-0 Northwest Conference) entered Friday night with a three-game winning streak, during which they had allowed just 32 points per contest.   The Lions ...

Cruz, Gardner win NWC titles

LYNDEN — Lynden placed sixth out of 12 schools at the Northwest Conference championships on Jan. 17, led by finalists Primitivo Cruz and Brody Weinheimer. Cruz won the 113-pound title, while Weinheimer ...