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LYNDEN — It’s been an up and down season for the Lynden Lions and head coach Drew Smiley is scratching his head about that. The talent is undoubtedly there. The chemistry between players continues ...
WEDNESDAY Community Meal Third Christian Reformed Church invites the community to a meal from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24, at the church, 514 Liberty St., Lynden. Free. THURSDAY Jansen concert ...
Billed as “The true story of an American legend,” Brian Helgeland’s Jackie Robinson movie “42” is certainly that, but it’s not necessarily a biopic. Much like Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln,” ...
BELLINGHAM — As soon as he let the javelin fly on Friday afternoon, Meridian’s Kaleb Heezen knew he was headed to the podium. He watched in the approach as his superb throw flew high into the air with ...
LYNDEN — It didn’t take long, but Lynden Christian is already successful in the world of history bees. “Students qualified here in the school, and then four of our middle schoolers went down to a ...
WHATCOM — North Whatcom Fire and Rescue has decided to declare surplus its fire stations in Lynden and Custer, citing both response-time and financial reasons, meaning some adjustment for the Lynden ...
LYNDEN — Just weeks away from starting up, Darigold showed off its new Lynden milk drying tower to hundreds of visitors Friday. The 143-foot-tall, $22 million structure is more than just an investment ...
WHATCOM — Five local red raspberry growers and their alternates have been named to the first national Processed Raspberry Council. In all, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack has appointed 23 representatives ...
In a meeting of Northwest Conference giants, Lynden wasn’t intimidated. No, the Lions didn’t care that first place in the league standings was on the line and that a loss on the road to Sehome ...
Though stations will be sold, no job losses will occur if surplus resolutions pass The North Whatcom Fire & Rescue Whatcom County Fire Protection District #21 Board of Commissioners’ regular ...