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WHATCOM — Nooksack Valley Disposal & Recycling in 2012 topped more than 6 million pounds of materials, yard waste and food waste recycled by Whatcom County residents for the second consecutive year. ...
OLYMPIA — Contrary to what some British Columbia residents appear to believe, they do not qualify for a sales tax exemption when shopping in Washington State. The Department of Revenue reminds Washington ...
LYNDEN — Tangled Threads Quilt Shop, 202 Sixth St., celebrates 10 years in business on Saturday, Feb. 2. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., there will be goodies, drawings, demos and freebies, said co-owner Thelma ...
Lynden High quarterback Josh Kraght is Portland State bound. The 5-10 gun slinger is on his official visit to PSU right now, but contacted the Lynden Tribune Saturday night announcing that he had committed ...
LYNDEN — There’s seemingly always excitement when the Lynden Christian boys take on 2A teams. Whether it be an overtime thriller against Lynden or a buzzer-beating win, LC fans can expect a wild finish. ...
BELLINGHAM — Heading into the season, Meridian girls basketball coach Don McMains knew there was some rebuilding that needed to be done. He knew the Trojans weren’t returning a lot of players and that ...
When Mount Baker needed someone to step up on offense Friday night at Squalicum, junior Reuben Murashov didn’t hesitate. The 6-4 forward took control of the tempo for the Mountaineers and finished the ...
BELLINGHAM — Slow starts have haunted Mount Baker throughout the 17 games so far this season. The Mountaineers, who are 5-12, showcased that Friday night in a tough 74-56 loss at Squalicum. After staying ...
Each year now for over three decades, the Tribune staff has gone through the process of taking nominations of men and women who model community service and then honoring a pair who stand out. We never ...
Government the issue I appreciate the good intentions of folks concerned about the gun violence in our society. I too am distraught over the tragedy at Newtown, as all of our good citizens are. I am very ...