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The purpose of this letter is not to rehash the need for certain new school facilities, rather to raise some questions about how such construction could be accomplished. The preliminary cost estimate for ...
Important dates coming in month of May I bring up some very important dates in May: Thursday, May 2, is the National Day of Prayer. May we arouse one another and rally to public places to thank God and ...
Thursday, May 2 • Lynden City Council Public Safety Committee, Lynden Police Department, 203 19th St., 4 p.m. • Lynden Regional Parks and Recreation District, southeast conference room, City Hall Annex, ...
LYNDEN — Nate Korthuis has always wanted a treehouse. So he built a fancy version in Lynden. Fifty-six feet off the ground and with views of the Salish Sea islands. Not surprisingly, Korthuis’ project ...
CPR/first aid taught every other month at City Hall Annex LYNDEN — Six times per year on alternating months, the Lynden Fire Department conducts an evening CPR/first aid class at the City Hall Annex, ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden School Board has found itself between a rock and a hard place. The rock consists of two unsafe and outdated schools in desperate need of replacement. The proverbial hard place is ...
WHATCOM — The County Council went along with what the Bellingham City Council had already done and approved boat inspections, with fees, to begin already last week at Lake Whatcom and Lake Samish. ...
DEMING — With the game on the line Monday afternoon, Meridian coach Steve Slesk looked to Tanner Tutterrow. Moments before, Tutterrow had just received a tongue lashing from Slesk for a mental mistake ...
LYNDEN — It’s no secret that the Lynden Lions ride the strong arm of senior pitcher Brooke Bonsen. The senior righty entered last Friday’s game against Lynden Christian with a 10-2 record and has ...
DEMING — The conditions were less than ideal on Saturday afternoon at Mount Baker High School. The perpetual downpour of rain soaked the soccer field, making it tough for players to stay on their feet. ...