Deming Road closed daytime to Nov. 10

DEMING ­— Deming Road will be closed daytime to through traffic between Mitchell and Pebley roads through Nov. 10, announces contractor Iverson Earth Works LLC. Hours of closure are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ...

Historical research workshop Saturday

BELLINGHAM — The Washington State Archives’ Northwest Regional Branch is hosting a free Basics of Historical Research workshop on Saturday, Oct. 24. The session is from 9 a.m. to noon in the Goltz-Murray ...

Guest opinion: Small-city mayors assess charter proposals

Speaking as Whatcom small-city mayors and as concerned citizens, these are our recommendations on the Whatcom County Charter revisions: Proposition 1 = Approve Proposition 2 = Approve Proposition 3 = Approve ...

Guest opinion: Police, firefighter groups speak against jail tax

BELLINGHAM — On Monday, Oct. 19, the Bellingham Police Guild and IAFF Local 106 of Bellingham and Whatcom firefighters announced their opposition to the new Jail Facility Sales and Use Tax that is contained ...

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 — ...