Letters to the editor

A fan of the museum I had the opportunity to volunteer at the Lynden Pioneer Museum open house last Thursday. What a great time! Over 400 people attended and it was so much fun to see them experience the ...
Lynden’s defense limited Ferndale’s Wing-T rushing attack to 192 yards and held the Golden Eagles scoreless until midway through the fourth quarter as the Lions earned a 34-7 rivalry victory on Friday night. (Cameron Van Til/Lynden Tribune)

Lions shut down Ferndale for rivalry revenge

FERNDALE — A year ago, Ferndale celebrated on Lynden’s home turf after riding its Wing-T rushing attack to a 37-35 upset victory that snapped the top-ranked Lions’ 33-game winning streak and ended ...

Soccer roundup: Lions clinch first-ever district tournament berth

WHATCOM — For the first time in program history, the Lynden girls’ soccer team is postseason-bound. The Lions clinched a spot in the 2A District 1 tournament with a 3-0 win over Bellingham on Thursday, ...

Football roundup: Meridian’s Ames earns 300th career win

LAUREL — Meridian senior running back Nick Dritsas rushed for five touchdowns and head coach Bob Ames earned his 300th career victory as the Trojans celebrated homecoming with a 41-18 rout of Lynden ...
Brianna Bruneau (left) and Brandy Bruneau run at last year’s state championships. (Courtesy photo/Tyler Mitchell)

Lyncs looking to make another state run

LYNDEN — As Lynden Christian head coach Darren Postma explains, having a tight pack of runners is key to a cross country team’s success. The Lyncs last year were a case in point. Despite not having ...

Nooksack Valley aiming for a postseason peak

EVERSON — For a 1A team like Nooksack Valley playing in the 2A/3A-heavy Northwest Conference, the focus is often on improving over the course of the year — as opposed to strictly wins and losses — ...
Lynden’s Eli Gripp advanced to the round of 16 in the district singles tournament. (Cameron Van Til/Lynden Tribune)

Gripp advances to district tournament’s round of 16

BELLINGHAM — Lynden’s Eli Gripp advanced to the round of 16 in the District 1 boys’ tennis singles tournament with a 6-1, 6-1 win over Squalicum’s Zac Gosda on Friday. Gripp was then eliminated ...

Volleyball roundup: Pioneers, Lyncs pick up wins

WHATCOM — Nooksack Valley (4-5, 4-7 Northwest Conference) clinched the NWC 1A’s No. 2 seed with a pair of victories last week. On Oct. 13, the Pioneers earned a 25-21, 25-16, 25-8 sweep of Mount Baker. ...
Lynden Middle School band students join with the Borealis Brass quartet (in blue, behind) from Alaska to play a Handel tune at the opening ceremonies of the Lynden Music Festival on Oct. 14 in Dutch Village Mall. The festival of almost 30 acts, continuing through Sunday, was a success with good public attendance, said organizer Doug Broersma. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

Filling the town with music

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Scarecrow winners chosen

LYNDEN — It was a photo finish in the citywide Lynden Scarecrow Contest, resulting in the Lynden Library being declared the winner and the Northwest Washington Fair a close second. In third place was ...