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2013 Sol H. Lewis community service award winners

LYNDEN ­— A love of music brought this pair together in the first place and keeps them strong together now. But behind the music is equally a love of vibrant community life that drives Doug Broersma ...
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Farmers challenged to organize on water issues

LYNDEN ­— To about 250 gathered on a Monday holiday, board members of the Ag District Coalition made a case for more unity on water issues they say will determine farmers’ survival in Whatcom County. ...

Former Rite Aid space in Towne Plaza available in November 2014

LYNDEN — Even as more space on the west side of the 127,859-square-foot Lynden Towne Plaza has come vacant, property owner Ennen Brothers Partnership continues to renew leases with tenants in the rest ...
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NFC CHAMPS: Seahawks take down the 49ers

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Girls hoops roundup: Lyncs take down Lions

There were several Northwest Conference teams in action last night and this was highlighted by the Lynden Christian vs. Lynden game at LC. Early on, it looked like the Lyncs were going to breeze to a big ...

Scenes from the 38-32 LC win over Lynden

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Hoops roundup: Nooksack can’t hang with Lynden

On Tuesday evening, Lynden (11-1) continued it’s winning ways in a 71-32 victory over the Nooksack Valley Pioneers. Lynden was led in scoring by senior point guard Jaremy Martin’s 19 points, ...

Riverview will finally connect Hannegan to Sixth St.

LYNDEN — Long planned but without funding, Riverview Road is finally in concrete planning by the city of Lynden. Completed, it will create a new connection between Hannegan Road and Sixth Street south ...

Full year of construction ahead for plant

LYNDEN — Crews building Lynden’s new water treatment plant have spent plenty of time below ground, but the public will start to see work rise above the surface this spring as IMCO Construction continues ...