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LYNDEN — The Lynden Pioneer Museum is making a strawberry offer: a two-gallon/15-pound bucket of fruit cut in half and unsugared, for $38. Museum director Troy Luginbill says it’s the best deal around ...
When Warner Bros. announced that it would be rebooting DC Comics’ “Superman” franchise with a sixth film directed by Zack Snyder, the movie was already at a significant disadvantage. For one, “Man ...
ONGOING Friday music BelleWood Acres hosts music and lawn games every Friday until July 5. Music starts at 6 p.m. and the distillery will be open with free tastings until 9 p.m. THURSDAY Farmers ...
LYNDEN — When the 2013 baseball season ended for the Lynden Lions, head coach Cory White knew what it meant for his baseball program. After three consecutive trips to the 2A state tournament, highlighted ...
BELLINGHAM — Bellingham Slam second-year player Chaz Kok spent the majority of his time on the bench last season. The Lynden High School alumnus looked on as other players ahead of him dominated league ...
SEATTLE — There’s one place in the United States that gets more excited about a scarf giveaway than anywhere else: Seattle. Fans at CenturyLink Field had those scarves raised high last week, as over ...
Phil DeKoster recently brought in to the Tribune photos of Lynden women’s softball teams of times past that he thought would be good for nostalgia’s sake, if nothing else. The Lynden (Farmers Equipment) ...
LYNDEN — Mayor Scott Korthuis has chosen, and the City Council has endorsed, Michael H. Martin, currently city manager of Burien, to be Lynden’s next city administrator. The council on a 5-1 vote ...
LYNDEN — The city and Whatcom Family YMCA plan to make the existing Drayton Street recreation facility stay in operation for at least another five years, despite serious physical weaknesses. For instance, ...
LYNDEN — Five principals have served Fisher Elementary School since it opened in 1962. Their names are well known in the Lynden School District, including Chloe Bedell (9 years), Randy Flowers (12 years) ...