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LYNDEN — The Jim Kaemingk Sr. Trail and the trees in City Park will get a bit more colorful — and wordy — this May if the Lynden Library’s StoryWalk project comes to fruition. Tina Bixby, Lynden ...
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For the majority of the night, Lynden looked like it would cruise to a dominant win over 2A Northwest Conference rival Squalicum. However, late in the second half, the visiting Storm kept fighting ...
Guide Meridian was closed early Tuesday as police investigated two-car crash LYNDEN — Drunken driving was suspected in a two-car head-on crash that killed two men on Guide Meridian Road early Tuesday ...
WHATCOM — Newness. Exciting and even anticipated newness. That is what dominates the top of our top-five news stories of 2013. But there’s also plenty of controversy, political discussion and even ...
LYNDEN — Things were looking grim for the Lynden volleyball team to start out the season. With an 0-5 mark to open the year, the team had their backs against the wall and stood alone at the bottom of ...
LAUREL — For Meridian running back Letrez Jones, the nickname “Flash” seems more than appropriate. The way he sliced and diced his way through defensive lines this season was downright impressive. ...
With salmon already running freely beneath the new bridge on Main Street in Lynden, traffic should start moving just as fluidly by late January…. This content is for subscribers only. Already a ...
OLYMPIA — The Washington Farm Labor Association has released a report on the H-2A program in Washington State for the 2013 season. H-2A is the federal program that permits farmers to obtain visas for ...
WHATCOM — The county’s agricultural land protection program is implementing an Ag-Watershed Project that needs an additional producer on its technical review committee. The grant-funded project aims ...