Tribune wins first-ever 1st place

General Excellence Award top prize comes in paper’s 100th year of Lewis family ownership CHELAN — For the first time in the paper’s history, the Lynden Tribune took first place in the Better Newspaper ...

Head-on collision kills two near Van Zandt

VAN ZANDT — Two men died Tuesday morning when an oncoming vehicle struck their pickup to avoid hitting a deer on Highway 9 near Van Zandt. Washington State Patrol public information officer Mark Francis ...

Letters to the editor – published Oct. 8

The ‘Rest of the Story’ on Great Expectations Thank-you to the Tribune for informing its readers regarding the Great Expectations maternity home that has moved from Bender Road over to the Christian ...

Public meetings

Wednesday, Oct. 8 Lynden City Council Public Works Committee, second floor conference room, City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4:30 p.m. Meridian School Board, Professional Development Center, Meridian High School ...

Warm clothing needed for Everson, Foothills

WHATCOM — Each October, the Interfaith Coalition of Whatcom County collects gently used winter coats, hats, gloves and scarves to give to those who need them. Coats can be dropped off at Everson Market, ...

Calendar

ONGOING Music festival The Lynden Music Festival runs from Wednesday, Oct. 8, through Sunday, Oct. 12, with 36 different artists performing at 39 different events. Details: 354-1570. Local play The Claire ...
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Netting a brotherly bond

LYNDEN — Lynden tennis coach Trey Ballard pointed out many attributes that make seniors Dakota Davis and Ben Mulder such a good doubles team. They’re athletic, they’re smart, they move quickly to ...
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Reunited on the Trojans

LAUREL — Nearly a decade ago, a group of young girls began playing soccer together. After playing on the same team for much of their elementary school years, many of them went their separate ways by ...
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Short leads the way

DEMING — As Mount Baker’s players hung around on the field following their win, a fan shouted “Beast Mode!” to Mountaineers senior running back Liam Short, in reference to Seattle Seahawks running ...
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Lions win 32nd straight; Big third quarter sparks Lyncs

LYNDEN — Neither opponents nor injuries have slowed down top-ranked Lynden so far this season. Now game delays can be added to the list of obstacles that the Lions have handled in stride. Friday night’s ...