City adds firefighters

LYNDEN -— The City Council decided Monday to add two more full-time emergency responders to a Lynden Fire Department that suffered a drastic loss of volunteers in the past year. “We have a responsibility ...

Candidates step up for 42nd Dist.

WHATCOM -— Two local individuals leaning Democratic jumped into the state 42nd District House of Representative races on the last day of filing Friday. Satpal Sidhu, of the Lynden area, will take on ...

Baseball roundup: Lynden headed to state

Riding the strong right arm of senior pitcher Kody Ames, the Lynden baseball Lions defeated Squalicum 3-1 on Saturday morning to clinch a berth in the 2A state tournament. The Lions, who lost to Archbishop ...

New head man at Nooksack Valley

On Wednesday morning, Nooksack Valley High School Athletic Director Tom Harmon informed the Lynden Tribune that the school hired Chris Scrimsher as its new varsity basketball coach. Scrimsher takes over ...

Baseball roundup: Nooksack moves on

In the  first game of the 1A tri-district baseball tourney, the Nooksack Valley Pioneers kept their season alive following a 7-3 victory over Eatonville on Tuesday night. With the win, the Pioneers will ...

Season over for Mount Baker soccer

In the opening round of the 1A tri-district soccer tournament, the Mount Baker Mounties took on powerful Seattle Academy and could not pull off the upset. Mount Baker lost 3-0 on Tuesday night and saw ...
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Students focus on legislative issues

BELLINGHAM — Hugh Foulke first began introducing students to civics around 1970 at Ferndale High School. For the past six or seven years, he has extended that to other schools as well, in the form of ...

Fair names Collective Soul to final grandstand slot

LYNDEN — After Pentatonix turned down the Northwest Washington Fair Facebook pollsters, the fair went back to the Internet to seek help in finding its final grandstand act for August. This time Collective ...
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Worth the effort

Farmers Equipment Co. brought an Oxbo berry harvester to Lynden Christian Middle School last week. Along with pizza and ice cream bars, it was reward for a winning ad drawn by student Emma VandeVoort in ...

Glunt porn case to trial July 21

WHATCOM -— The child pornography case against former Lynden police officer Donald M. Glunt is scheduled to come to county Superior Court trial on July 21. A pretrial hearing is set for July 9. At arraignment ...