Friday night roundup: L.C. rides balanced attack, strong defense in win

Lynden Christian made an immediate statement Friday night, marching down the field for a touchdown by running the football on every play of its opening drive. But some of the Lyncs’ biggest plays of ...

L.C. rides balanced attack, strong defense in win

Lynden Christian made an immediate statement Friday night, marching down the field for a touchdown by running the football on every play of its opening drive. But some of the Lyncs’ biggest plays of ...
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Lynden history blends many bloodlines

The earliest people in the Lynden area were, of course, the native Nooksacks. They lived in the area for perhaps hundreds, if not thousands, of years. The earliest settlers were mainly of English origin, ...

New Edaleen retail store in Blaine nearly done

LYNDEN — The latest Edaleen Dairy retail outlet won’t look much like an Edaleen store until you walk inside, said Mitch Moorlag, general manager. Edaleen, already with retail outlets at its farm north ...

Everson plans new to-school sidewalk

EVERSON — Kids walking to Everson Elementary School will be a great deal safer once a planned new sidewalk is in place. “Ideally it would connect the bridge in town up to the elementary school,” ...

New cameras, signs for Lynden, Sumas borders now ready along Guide

WHATCOM — Drivers who plan to travel to Canada via Lynden and Sumas have a new source of information to use when choosing a border crossing. A contractor for the Washington State Department of Transportation ...

Lewis 100: Scribe of Parsnip Corner spoke on radio during WWII

In February 1929 Lynden Tribune publisher Sol H. Lewis was pictured in the Seattle Times — on a page also featuring famed pilot Charles Lindbergh getting engaged and inventor Thomas Edison turning 82 ...

Local forums set on candidates, issues

BELLINGHAM — Three forums will cover candidates and issues in the Nov. 4 election. This is the schedule: • Saturday, Sept. 27, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the Bellingham City Council chambers, 210 Lottie ...

Audubon study: Birds could be warmed out

NEW YORK — Climate change threatens nearly half the bird species in the continental United States and Canada, including the Bald Eagle and dozens of iconic birds like the Common Loon, Baltimore Oriole ...

Heroes Day event at CHCC open to all, marks 9/11

LYNDEN — The Christian Health Care Center at 855  Aaron Drive hosts its seventh annual Heroes Day event on Thursday, Sept. 11. Heroes Day is meant to remember the sacrifice of those who died on 9/11/2001 ...