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BELLINGHAM — Is self-improvement one of your New Year’s resolutions? Boost your confidence by attending a free Self-esteem and Effective Communication Workshop from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. ...
BLAINE — Two Canadian citizens from Chilliwack, B.C., were arrested at the Lynden border crossing on Sunday, Nov. 23, for what appeared to be chemicals and equipment for manufacturing methamphetamine ...
FERNDALE — Management Services Northwest has won the 2013 Image Award among large companies from Building Services Contractors Association International. Awards were presented recently at a convention ...
LYNDEN — Get the ball to an athlete in space. At its core, that’s the essence of Lynden’s spread offense — put the ball in playmakers’ hands and give them an opportunity to make plays. “That’s ...
LYNDEN — Lynden head coach Curt Kramme admits he isn’t much of a prognosticator. But the seven-time state champion head coach knows a state championship-caliber opponent when he sees one. Following ...
LYNDEN — Already Elements Hospitality has made its mark in the newly forming Dutch Village Mall. Next, the hotel renovation company behind the makeover will put its efforts into remaking and restarting ...
LYNDEN — Lots is happening in town leading up to the Lynden Lighted Parade at 6 p.m. Saturday. Take note that Front Street will be closed to traffic and parking all the way from Third to 17th the hours ...
WHATCOM -— More than $1.6 million was spent in this year’s 42nd District race between Republican incumbent Doug Ericksen and Democratic challenger Seth Fleetwood, as the parties wrestled for control ...
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Facing a wind chill in the single digits, Lynden countered Saturday afternoon’s biting cold with a blistering hot start. Junior quarterback Sterling Somers led the Lions to 20 first-quarter points as ...