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WHATCOM — A kickoff retreat for students ages 11-19 who want to do Bible quizzing is Sept. 12-13 at Laurel Baptist Community Church. The season for students throughout the county will run through almost ...
Students in Renee Haan’s second-grade class at Lynden Christian Elementary School show eager faces on their first day of school on Tuesday. Lynden public, Nooksack Valley and other schools begin today…. ...
LYNDEN -— Property owned by the Whatcom Transportation Authority just south of its Lynden transfer station at 1945 Front St. is officially up for sale. Sealed bids on the 1.25-acre piece are due in by ...
WHATCOM — One regional decision went in favor of coal exports last week while another went against, with the local Gateway Pacific Terminal proposal still in the balance in the middle. After two years ...
WHATCOM — Local high school football teams again have game environments without a game on the line as jamborees make a return to the schedule. Over the last few years, the state’s governing body of ...
LYNDEN — With three beyond-capable quarterbacks in fall camp for Lynden High School, the three-time defending state 2A champion Lions had plenty of directions to turn to run the offense. Veteran coach ...
LYNDEN -— Outside painting of the Lynden YMCA building should be wrapped up this week, completing a round of improvements to the 35-year-old building this summer. On Monday, Frank Nydam and Phil Dykstra ...
LYNDEN -— Seymour (Stu) Stuurmans shot a hole-in-one on the par-3 third hole at Raspberry Ridge Golf Course a few weeks ago. “I’ve come close a lot of times, six or eight inches,” he said. “The ...
It was the extension of a railroad spur into Lynden in 1904 that really created the opportunity for freight hauling. Ed Austin had already been the driver of the Lynden Stage carrying people, and some ...
10-week historical series marks 100 years of Lewis family ownership of the Lynden Tribune Very quietly, practically invisible to the casual reader, the ownership of The Lynden Tribune newspaper changed ...