NY fans showed class, but Hawks proved they should return to MetLife

NEW JERSEY — I’d be 100 percent lying if I told you I wasn’t a little nervous on Sunday morning. I woke up on my buddies’ couch at 8 a.m. in Brooklyn, New York, where I had arrived for vacation ...
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Boys Hoops Roundup: Lions too much for Baker, LC starts perfect

DEMING — Lynden coach Brian Roper has been in a bit of a strange situation to start off the season. Less than 10 days ago, he really didn’t even have a team. His guys, too busy winning the 2A state ...

Health grants foundation taking new name Jan. 1

BELLINGHAM — The St. Luke’s Foundation changes its name to the Chuckanut Health Foundation on Jan. 1, 2014. Since 1983, when St. Luke’s General Hospital merged into the St. Joseph network, the foundation ...

Border Patrol activity report

BLAINE — The information listed below is from arrests and seizures related to the U.S. Border Patrol in the Blaine Sector area of operations. For security reasons, this may not be a complete list of ...
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Days for Girls featured in ‘O’ mag

LYNDEN ­— Celeste Mergens isn’t sure where all the attention to her Days for Girls International organization will lead. She’s just grateful and keeps telling the story. The latest news is that ...
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Community Immy Howard ending 23 years with Chamber

LYNDEN — Monday mornings. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Faithfully telling people about Lynden — in either Dutch or English, your choice — Immy Howard has served the Lynden Chamber of Commerce as a volunteer ...

Nominations needed for service award

Sol H. Lewis Award given annually to honor local men and women serving our community WHATCOM — The Lynden Tribune will again honor a man and a woman who have given generously of their time and ability ...
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Lynden all lit up

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New seafood restaurant embraces quality, sustainability

LYNDEN — The Haworth family has a history of running seafood restaurants, but they hadn’t met a cod they love this much until opening Lynden’s JoFish Seafood & Grill and featuring Lynden’s ...

Picket Fences sees wild growth in its first year

LYNDEN — With nearly 500 consignors and about a dozen artisans packing full the home furnishings and decor shop of Melissa Young’s Picket Fences at 109 Third St., every visit is like a treasure hunt, ...