State Patrol seeks witnesses to Dec. 18 fatal I-5 crash

  WHATCOM — The Washington State Patrol seeks any additional witnesses to the Dec. 18 fatal collision on Interstate 5 north of Ferndale involving a WSP patrol car parked on the left shoulder.   A ...

‘Tis the season to carol

Student singers from Lynden Christian High School delivered a “carol-o-gram” of several Christmas carols to the Lynden Tribune offices last Thursday. The singing at businesses and other locations ...

Man puts juvenile in freezer over dispute

FERNDALE — A Ferndale man was arrested on Sunday, Dec. 13, after he lured a 17-year-old boy to his house, doused him with a garden hose and ordered him inside a chest freezer. At about 8:18 p.m. that ...
From left are Loni Rahm of the tourism group, fair general manager Jim Baron and fair board president Steve Vander Yacht.

Fair wins Tourism Business of Year award

From left are Loni Rahm of the tourism group, fair general manager Jim Baron and fair board president Steve Vander Yacht. WHATCOM ­— The Northwest Washington Fair Association has won the 2015 Tourism ...

Taco Time using Lynden to test breakfast menu

WHATCOM — Taco Time NW, a 76-restaurant chain based in Renton, is testing a new breakfast menu at three locations, including Lynden and Bellingham. The Lynden location started the test in November and ...
Three residents at Meadow Greens of Lynden are now 100 years old — “they are such amazing ladies,” said Julie Kroontje, administrative assistant. From left are Bertha Abrams, Jennie Bakker and Agnes Chamberlain, all reaching their century milestone in 2015. This photo was taken last Wednesday, Dec. 16, on Bakker’s 100th birthday. (Courtesy photo)

Celebrating 100 x3

Three residents at Meadow Greens of Lynden are now 100 years old — “they are such amazing ladies,” said Julie Kroontje, administrative assistant. From left are Bertha Abrams, Jennie Bakker and Agnes ...

Welcome to winter at Baker

The Mt. Baker Ski Area has been heaped beautifully with fresh layers of snow from all the storms of the Northwest region in recent weeks. About 32 inches were added just this past weekend. The ski area, ...

Innovative Youth Academy has two local grads

BREMERTON ­— Two Whatcom residents were among the record 152 cadets that graduated from the Washington Youth Academy on Dec. 19, more cadets than in any previous class in the history of the academy, ...

Lynden’s Wolfisberg graduates from unit training

Private First Class Jan Wolfisberg, also a Washington State University student, graduated in early December from Infantry One Station Unit Training in Fort Benning, Georgia. Wolfisberg, of Lynden, was ...

Sol H. Lewis Award given annually to honor local men and women serving our community

WHATCOM — The Lynden Tribune will again honor a man and a woman who have given generously of their time and ability in community service. Nominations will be accepted through Jan. 6 for the 2015 Sol ...