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LYNDEN — Following a 7-1 loss to Sequim on Saturday, March 22, the Lynden fastpitch team has responded with two straight wins to improve its record to 4-2. Lynden’s last game, on Thursday, March 27, ...
WHATCOM — It’s such a cute little plant with rich green leaves and a yellow flower that gardeners have been known to trade it with each other and nurseries have sold it. But beware. The alluring ...
BOW — A 6-year-old Lynden boy was killed and his mother was critically injured Monday when her Ford SUV crashed along Chuckanut Drive, according to a report from the Washington State Patrol. According ...
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LYNDEN — A natural gas leak at a downtown construction site was brought under control without any injuries within about an hour Monday morning. But traffic was detoured for a bit longer on busy First ...
LYNDEN — The Whatcom County Boys & Girls Club is “in no way, shape or form prepared to move forward on a capital project” in Lynden at this time, said Kim Grams, the county organization’s chief ...
LYNDEN — “FoodPlay” came to Lynden for the first time Tuesday morning, as Lynden School District youngsters had a chance to learn about healthy eating in conjunction with new food requirements in ...
DEMING — On the same day that election results of Nooksack Tribal Council voting were made official, another bit of news was added to the 15-month saga of trying to get 306 members of the tribe disenrolled. ...
LYNDEN — On April 25 Don Van Polen will return to do a “farewell showing” in the town where he began his long career as a travelogue creator. “A World of Travel: Favorite Stories and Places” ...
LYNDEN — The choir of one of the most ethnically diverse Christian schools in North America performs here on Thursday, March 27. The 50-voice Rehoboth Christian High School Choir, from Rehoboth, New ...