Comeback win

SPOKANE — As Lynden native Tim Feenstra prepared for the final day of the 2014 Rosauers Open Invitational, he had one thing on his mind. “I knew I had to put the pedal to the metal,” Feenstra said. ...
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Razz Fest a major success

LYNDEN — Blood, sweat and tears? You better believe it was all on display in downtown Lynden this weekend for the 2014 Northwest Raspberry Festival 3-on-3 tournament. The annual event, which brought ...

City mulling limits on fireworks

LYNDEN -— A City Council committee will talk about possibly restricting fireworks in town after a citizen voiced complaints on July 10. The Public Safety Committee will meet next on Thursday, Aug. 7, ...

Public meetings

Wednesday, July 23 • WRIA (Watershed Resource Inventory Area) 1 Planning Unit, garden-level conference room of Civic Center Building, 322 N. Commercial St., Bellingham, 6 p.m. • Meridian School Board, ...

Letters to the editor – published July 23

Supports Fleetwood There are many reasons to vote for Seth Fleetwood for the state Senate. These include education, both K-12 and college; transportation infrastructure; environmental quality; and protection ...

Skagit Bank names senior VP

SKAGIT — Skagit Bank has named Peter Cutbill as senior vice president and commercial banking manager. Cutbill will manage the bank’s commercial lending efforts in Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish and King ...

LHS keeping senior projects

LYNDEN — To graduate from Lynden High School, seniors will still be required to complete a culminating project, the Lynden School Board decided at its May 22 meeting. HB-2402, passed by the Washington ...

Two Lynden business leaders pass

LYNDEN -— Two prominent former businessmen of Lynden passed away last week. Harold Kooy, who with his wife Sarah created the Fairway Center, died at age 89 on Thursday. His funeral was Tuesday, with ...
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Hoops: Day one of the Razz Fest

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Guide border work begins

WHATCOM -— Drivers, look out for summer road work this week, especially on the Guide Meridian Road. All this week, July 14-18, one lane of SR 539 will be closed near the U.S.-Canada border daily from ...