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LYNDEN — Lynden football measures big plays by touchdowns. Plenty of touchdowns. And in a variety of ways. Two offensive plays into the top-ranked 2A Lions’ defense of their 2A state championship — ...
By Cameron Van Til Dear readers, As the new sports reporter at the Lynden Tribune, I’d like to take an opportunity to introduce myself. The ultra-abbreviated version is that my name is Cameron Van Til ...
By Cameron Van Til ANACORTES — Nooksack Valley senior quarterback Tanner Myhre tied a career-high by accounting for seven touchdowns — five through the air and two on the ground — on Friday night, ...
By Cameron Van Til WHATCOM — While last weekend marked the first week of high school football, the rest of the local high school fall sports get underway this week. Volleyball began on Tuesday and will ...
BELLINGHAM — This week, Sept. 7-13, will bring Russians, Aussies, Japanese, Canadians and more to the Whatcom County waterfront. It is the third time, since its formal beginning in 1990, that the PacRim ...
LYNDEN -— The Big Ole siren wail at about 6 p.m. last Thursday indicated something big was up. It was, in fact, the transfer of ownership of the buildings that are the Jansen Art Center. A crowd gathered ...
LYNDEN -— No new language on fireworks in town has been prepared, although at the least the city’s ordinance could be brought into line with state law, says Police Chief Jack Foster. The Lynden City ...
Starting quarterback Sterling Somers called Lynden’s 48-22 season-opening victory against King’s “loads of fun.” That fun started from the Lions’ second play from scrimmage, a 68-yard touchdown ...
In the same year, 1914, that Sol Lewis purchased the Lynden Tribune newspaper, a new building went up at the corner of Fourth and Front streets. It also was to become a Lynden institution. William Waples, ...
LYNDEN — Gordy and Janice Bogaard passed their first hurdle in an effort to develop space for 32 single-family residential lots, all over 10,000 square feet, on 18.9 acres adjacent to Bogaard Hay north ...