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In a bit of surprising news, Lynden football coach Curt Kramme confirmed this afternoon that quarterback and defensive back Lucas Petersen returned to practice with the Lions on Tuesday evening at Civic ...
LYNDEN — Classes weren’t in session in schools countywide on Monday, Nov. 11, for the observance of Veterans Day. Even so, it’s doubtful that the Lynden School District’s preschool children would ...
EVERSON — The process took the better part of six years, but upgrades to Everson’s Washington Street are almost complete. In September, crews began the improvement project, reconstructing about 800 ...
LYNDEN — There’s more to see now than just Sinterklaas and a Lighted Christmas Parade. Those two attractions will take place as usual on Saturday, Dec. 7 — Sinterklaas at the Lynden Pioneer Museum ...
WHATCOM — Challenger Dean Berkeley leads by 34 votes over incumbent Roger Hawley in the tight race for commissioner in Fire District 21, also known as North Whatcom Fire & Rescue. The vote tally ...
Very belatedly, Percy “Shorty” Maneval, 89, of Lynden received medals that he won in his World War II Army Air Corps service on 50 missions of B-24 bombers into German-held territory. The medals, in ...
WHATCOM — Both Everson and Sumas have joined other cities in buying some time to deal with the legalization of marijuana in Washington State. In September, the Sumas City Council declared a six-month ...
OLYMPIA — House Republican leaders have chosen member Rep. Vincent Buys, R-Lynden, to serve as the Republican lead on state agriculture, water and natural resource issues. Buys, 34, will replace Rep. ...
LAUREL — The Northwest Theatre Group is bringing back the songs of the early rock and roll era with an upcoming show in the Meridian High School auditorium, 194 W. Laurel Rd. “Smokey Joe’s Cafe: ...
BELLINGHAM — WSU Whatcom County Extension Master Gardener training is again being offered for people interested in gardening and their community. In return for training, Master Gardener Community Educators ...