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LYNDEN — The 17th annual Curt Maberry Memorial Classic 3-on-3 basketball tournament is right around the corner, and it’s shaping up to be another record-breaking turnout for the event. Held in conjunction ...
LYNDEN — Two Lynden soccer players earned all-state honors from the Washington State Soccer Coaches’ Association for their impressive seasons this past spring. Lynden sophomore forward Nicolas Parris ...
BELLINGHAM — Western Washington University’s Sam Carver Gymnasium is getting a makeover. The Washington State Legislature, as part of the 2015-17 state capital budget, approved $70 million in funding ...
BELLINGHAM — The Bellingham Bells and Joe Martin Field will host the 2015 West Coast League All-Star Game on Monday, July 20. The game will feature the top players in the WCL, a summer, wood-bat league ...
BLAINE — Former Blaine High School standout and 12-year NBA veteran Luke Ridnour is hosting his second annual Luke Ridnour Basketball Camp on July 29-31 at Blaine High School. The camp will be broken ...
LYNDEN — Construction is wrapping up on the new Northwest Adult Day Health and Wellness Center, and a community open house is scheduled for Saturday, July 18, at the 851 Aaron Dr. location. The program ...
LYNDEN — It has taken years of searching, but the City of Lynden finally has the financing lined up to complete Riverview Road from Hannegan Road to Seventh Street. As part of the state’s capital budget ...
In November 2014 a majority of Lynden-area voters favored a bond for $1 million to build a new restroom facility and add parking to Bender Fields. But a 51-49 percent margin isn’t enough to pass a bond. ...
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LYNDEN — For those not sitting around in the evenings reading the Lynden Municipal Code — specifically section 13.04.300 — city officials want to remind citizens that rules do stipulate only three ...