Public lands, toxics cleanup bills to hearings in Olympia

OLYMPIA — Sen. Doug Ericksen is sponsoring two bills aimed at increasing access to public lands. Both are due to receive public hearings this week in the Senate Natural Resources and Parks Committee. ...

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THURSDAY Robert’s Rules Learn and develop how to run or participate in an effective, efficient meeting by using Robert’s Rules of Order. Toastmaster Marlin Hendricks returns to the Lynden Library from ...

Nancy Elliott Sydnam tells life as pilot doctor

LYNDEN — Dr. Nancy Elliott Sydnam will return to Lynden on Wednesday, Jan. 30, to recount stories from her book, “Sideways Rain,” sharing about her decades as a pilot-doctor in the Aleutian Islands ...

New poll finds Washington in support of export terminals

SEATTLE — A new survey of Washington state voters confirms strong support for independent environmental review of each proposed bulk terminal export facility and the additional train and barge traffic ...

Parts Warehouse buys former Alsum & Bode warehouse

LYNDEN — One man’s tight working quarters is another’s wide-open space. That describes upcoming moves for Al Kennedy’s Parts Warehouse and Brandon Rutledge’s Reco Branding Solutions. Some years ...
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Hoopin’ with the brothers Garcia

BURLINGTON — As the shots kept pouring in Monday night for Burlington-Edison, Meridian guard Edward Garcia looked on from the bench with despair. Over four minutes had passed and the Tigers had jumped ...

Newman makes the call

It’s been a long and exciting recruitment process for Lynden senior Caleb Newman, but the 6-3, 225-pound prospect made his college choice on Tuesday night. [[more]] Newman is headed to Army. The ...

Headed to the Hall of Fame

Adrian Jorrisen  LYNDEN —A 1944 graduate of Lynden High School, Adrian Jorissen excelled on a variety of playing fields at different levels. In basketball, Jorissen was an important component of Coach ...

Small city, big dreams for Lions

LYNDEN — Decision day is two weeks away. For several Lynden High football prospects, their performances during back-to-back 2A state championships hasn’t gone unnoticed by college scouts. Lion standouts ...

No underdog here

SPOKANE — The Nooksack Valley girls wrestling team continues to build on an already impressive season. Over the weekend, the Pioneers tripped to Spokane to participate in the Dream Duals Wresting Tournament. ...