Guest Opinion: When, how will this cycle ever stop?

By Irene Morgan I received a call recently from a member of our Restorative Community Coalition (formerly ReEntry Coalition of Whatcom County) seeking help. He and his family of four are in the process ...

Letters to the editor – published Sept. 24

Van Werven’s view You deserve to know where I, as a candidate for state representative in the 42nd District, stand on a critical issue. When talking with voters I am often met with tax anxiety and rightly ...

Public notices

Wednesday, Sept. 24 • 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, ...
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No. 1 Lions tested, but pull away

BELLINGHAM — Midway through the second quarter on Friday night, Lynden was facing a situation it hadn’t experienced yet this season — a close game. After racing to big leads in their first two contests, ...
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Lion girls soccer striving to create winning culture

LYNDEN — Last Thursday’s 1-1 draw against perennial power Sehome was a result that the Lynden girls soccer team had experienced before. Just last season, the Lions tied a match with Sehome by the same ...
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Senior trio helps smooth Pioneers’ transition

NOOKSACK — After losing five seniors from last season, the Nooksack Valley girls volleyball team faced an uphill battle. Replacing seniors, often both in terms of talent and leadership, is typically ...

The curious case of B’ham football

BELLINGHAM — Friday night’s football game at Lynden Christian marked the third and final matchup of the season against Northwest Conference competition for longtime league member Bellingham. While ...

Football roundup

LYNDEN — After a slow start on Friday night, Lynden Christian cruised to its third blowout victory in as many games this season, routing Bellingham 41-0. The Lyncs (3-0) led just 6-0 in the second quarter, ...

Cross Country: Girls place third, boys finish fourth

PORT ANGELES — Lynden Christian cross country put together a strong performance at the Salt Creek Invitational on Sept. 20, with its girls placing third out of nine schools and boys placing fourth out ...

New local small farms accepted into training program

BELLINGHAM — Sustainable Connections is accepting applications for up to three new participants in the 2015 Food To Bank On project, a beginning-farmer business training project. Facilitated by Sustainable ...