Lynden Tribune and Print Company owner Michael Lewis shakes hands with Lynden mayor Scott Korthuis following the reading of a mayoral proclamation naming Friday, Oct. 24, “Lewis Family Day.” Mary Jo Lewis, Tribune co-owner and wife of Michael, is at right. (Brent Lindquist/Lynden Tribune)

Mayor’s Proclamation caps Lewis family’s 100-year celebration

Company event, open house held Thursday, Friday LYNDEN — Ten weeks of celebration of the Lewis family’s 100 years of ownership and operation of the Lynden Tribune climaxed Friday with an open house ...

Hastings keys Lions to bounceback, top-five win; Meridian edges No. 6 Baker, Nooksack rallies to beat No. 10 LC

When his team needed a big play, it seemed like Scooter Hastings was always there to answer the call. All 6-foot-7 of him. With the Lions facing a fourth-and-goal from the three-yard line, it was Hastings ...
Screen Shot 2014-10-22 at 6.58.45 AM

Lewis 100: Looking back with gratitude across 100 years

By Michael Lewis 100 years!! What in the world was my grandfather Sol Lewis thinking when, at only 26 years of age, he decided that he wanted to own a country weekly newspaper? Born in Oakland on Oct. ...
Screen Shot 2014-10-22 at 6.58.20 AM

Lynden Rodeo committee gives $35,000

BELLINGHAM — The Lynden PRCA Rodeo Tough Enough to Wear Pink Committee presented $35,000 to the PeaceHealth Cancer Care Center’s Dr. Jennie Crews last week. The money was raised locally through fundraising ...
Screen Shot 2014-10-22 at 6.59.26 AM

Local Cloud 9 Sports company partners to put socks on needy

WHATCOM -— Your City Sports, a custom sport socks maker, has found a great way to connect four entities to give comfort to the feet of the homeless — all in Whatcom County. With a focus on community, ...

LMS putting on family-friendly Halloween play

LYNDEN — It’s Halloween time again, and Lynden Middle School is taking it in stride. LMS students will perform “Transyl-Mania” on Wednesday, Oct. 29, at Judson Hall, 516 Main St. The play is free ...

City spending to fix second ambulance

LYNDEN -— The city will spend about $23,000 to get one of its two ambulances fixed, thereby hopefully gaining many more years of use from it, city leaders decided Monday. For now, the Lynden Fire Department ...

$1 million Bender Fields bond up for vote

LYNDEN — Voters will have the opportunity on Tuesday, Nov. 4, to approve a $1 million bond that would add new restrooms and parking spaces to the Bender Fields recreation site. The bond, proposed by ...

42nd District State Senate Race: Seth Fleetwood

For what it’s worth, Seth Fleetwood grew up going to the same schools as Doug Ericksen — in Laurel and Bellingham. But now, as the challenger for Ericksen’s 42nd district state Senate seat, it’s ...

42nd District State Senate Race: Doug Ericksen

No state candidate on the Whatcom County ballot is as familiar as Doug Ericksen. With six terms in the House of Representatives before being elected to the Washington State Senate four years ago, Ericksen ...