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NOOKSACK — The Nooksack Valley School District’s $27.9 million facilities bond campaign is in full swing, and the district is trying to leave no stone unturned in its communication with the community. ...
LYNDEN — The city will pay up to $25,000 for a lobbyist to track a unique “COW water” issue in the upcoming state legislature. As could only be possible in a place where milk is dried into powder, ...
WHATCOM — A Boy Scouts fundraiser welcomes electronics recycling in Lynden and Bellingham. Fred Moormeier, general scoutmaster for 229th Mount Baker of the Baden Powell Service Association in Lynden, ...
CUSTER — Concerns from Custer residents regarding a proposed community living space for sex offenders on Stein Road were put to rest in late December after state and county agencies rejected it. Circulated ...
WHATCOM — 1A top-ranked Lynden Christian (7-3, 2-0) suffered a pair of narrow losses last week. On Dec. 30, the Lyncs fell to 2A No. 3-ranked White River 41-39 in the Cloud 9 Christmas Classic at Lynden ...
WHATCOM — Lynden Christian (7-3, 1-1 Northwest Conference) routed Bellevue Christian 73-32 on Dec. 30 in the Cloud 9 Christmas Classic at Lynden Christian High School. Zach Roetcisoender led the Lyncs ...
MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — At times on Saturday night, the Lynden girls’ basketball team showed its potential on the defensive side of the ball. Most notably, the Lions held Stanwood without a point for a ...
LYNDEN — It’s not hard to spot the biggest reason behind Mount Baker’s hot start to the season. Or more accurately, the two biggest reasons. The Mountaineers’ pair of 5-11 forwards Emily Yost and ...
LYNDEN — The award-winning January Series of Calvin College will again be simulcast to Lynden. The lecture series, consisting of 21 presentations Jan. 7-27, will be received at 510 Liberty St., the Amor ...
OLYMPIA — For a second year, Rep. Vincent Buys, R-Lynden, will serve in the state House of Representatives as the ranking Republican member on the Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee. Leadership ...