Posters in the Lynden Pioneer Musuem proclaim the American effort at refugee relief during World War I. (Tim Newcomb/Lynden Tribune)

Lynden museum starting new World War I exhibit

Title: ‘The Beginnings: WW1 The Armenian Genocide’ LYNDEN — A new Lynden Pioneer Museum exhibit starting on Jan. 1, 2015, marks a three-year effort to explore Whatcom County’s involvement in World ...

Montoya-Lewis, tribal judge, to Superior Court

County’s new fourth judge position begins in 2015   OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee announced last week that he is appointing Raquel Montoya-Lewis to the new fourth seat on the Whatcom County Superior ...

Photo gallery – Seahawks 17, 49ers 7 (Sunday, Dec. 14)

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City hires help in union talks, moves on new PW building

LYNDEN -— The city will use a Seattle law firm to help in contract negotiations with all six of the city’s labor units. The Lynden City Council took that action Monday, as administration also reported ...

Ski area looking ahead to favorable forecast soon

MOUNT BAKER — When the calendar says December and the Mt. Baker Ski Area remains closed for lack of snow “every day is a hopeful day,” said Gwen Howat, director of the ski area. While the mountain ...
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Catholic church festival

Hundreds of people, some in dramatic and colorful attire, participated in a walking procession in Lynden from St. Joseph Catholic Church to the Expo Building on the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds. It ...

Local teachers earn national board certifications

WHATCOM — Several local school districts had teachers earn their national board certifications in 2014, including Lynden with four new certifications, Mount Baker with three and Nooksack Valley with ...

Readers Care Fund continues toward goal of $12,000 for locals in need

LYNDEN — The Lynden Tribune’s annual Readers Care Fund steadily climbs toward its goal of sending $12,000 to Lynden’s Project Hope Food bank and the Lynden Community Center Meals Program. The annual ...

Ericksen: Toxic-waste cleanup is getting reformed

OLYMPIA — A new state initiative to streamline the state’s toxic-waste cleanup rules holds promise for quicker results and lower costs, says state Sen. Doug Ericksen, R-Ferndale. The Washington State ...

Evening of Christmas singing at Bethel church Saturday

LYNDEN -— The tradition of a community Christmas Celebration of singing will be this year on Saturday, Dec. 20, at 7 p.m. in Bethel Christian Reformed Church, 1105 Liberty St. It’s a project by the ...