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EVERSON — Nooksack Valley seems to have picked up right where it left off. After riding last year’s strong second-half campaign to a state tournament appearance and a pair of wins at the ...
LYNDEN — The 45th annual Theresa Tromp Chess Tournament was held last week at Lynden Middle School, and four players ended up ahead of the pack. Seniors Robert Knapp, Ian Witecki and Julia Morris, ...
WHATCOM — Lynden (2-4, 1-1 Northwest Conference) snapped a three-game losing streak with a 9-0 victory over Lynden Christian on Monday, the Lions’ first conference win of the season. Dalton ...
WHATCOM — Lynden (7-1, 1-0 Northwest Conference) extended its win streak to seven games after a dominant four-game stretch last week in which the Lions outscored their opponents by a combined 57-4. ...
WHATCOM — Nicholas Parris scored all four goals for Lynden (4-3, 2-1 Northwest Conference) as the Lions topped Mount Baker 4-1 in their conference opener on March 24. Jonathan Lara accounted for two ...
LYNDEN — For about 40 minutes the student body of Lynden High School sat in a respectful hush Friday listening to 92-year-old Noemi Ban talk about living through the Holocaust. The Bellingham ...
A rally to support the Lynden School District bond, organized by Citizens for Lynden Schools, drew over 250 people to the local fairgrounds on Saturday. Entertainment included a bagpiper, students on unicycles, ...
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LYNDEN — How elections happen continues to be a big topic before the Whatcom County Charter Review Commission. This year’s 15-member commission — proposing and debating changes to the ...
LYNDEN — Former city veteran police officer Donald Glunt pleaded guilty last week to a sexual offense charge arising out of his final days on the job last April. Before Whatcom County Superior ...