Mount Baker earns first-place finish at regional tourney

HOQUIAM — It was a day to remember for Mount Baker coach Clyde Blockley and his girl wrestlers. The Mountaineers won the regional tournament at Hoquiam last weekend and will send nine student-athletes ...

Letters to the editor – Feb. 13

Tribune readers full of gifts for local center The Board of Directors and the management staff of the Lynden Community/Senior Center would like to express our appreciation to the Lynden Tribune and all ...

Military Brief

Air Force Airman Klaas J. Meyer has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive eight-week program that included training ...

Calendar

FRIDAY Kids’ night out A Gift of Dance hosts a Valentine’s Day kids’ night out from 5 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 15, at Gift of Dance Studio, 1897 Front St. The fundraiser for toilet-trained kids ...
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Comfort: A Leia Bear to hug

SUMAS — The Leia Bear has come to the Nonhoffs for a while. Specifically, it’s for Lily, age 5. The cuddly bear has been all over the world and came here from New York, said Lily’s mom, Ricki Nonhoff. ...
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Prep work starts for East Badger Road roundabouts

LYNDEN — Construction crews have started preparing East Badger Road at the intersections with Bender and Depot roads for roundabouts, even though a contractor for the summer project hasn’t yet been ...

Lynden, LC schools plan for joint safety drill

LYNDEN — Practice makes perfect, as the old saying goes. That’s the thinking behind the Lynden School District’s upcoming Safety Day, set for Thursday, Feb. 21. “On Feb. 21, the Lynden School District, ...
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Swimming through adversity

ANACORTES — Lynden senior swimmer Jan Wolfisberg still remembers the feeling of failing to make the 2A state swimming meet last season. It left a salt-water taste in his mouth. The then-junior Lion wasted ...
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GPT scoping: Everyone got their say

BELLEVUE — The public provided more than 124,000 comments on the scope of an upcoming environmental impact statement for a proposed bulk-cargo shipping terminal and rail spur improvements at Cherry Point, ...
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A huge thanks for Readers Care Fund giving

By Michael Lewis, publisher A HUGE congratulations is in order for the readers of the Lynden Tribune! The 2012 Lynden Tribune Readers Care Fund, in its seventh year of existence, raised a record $22,000 ...