Letters to the editor – March 12

Don’t believe Disney is family-friendly I sold our shares of Disney stock today because of the way the corporation is trying to pressure the Boy Scouts of America to accept homosexuals as adult leaders. ...

Public meetings

Wednesday, March 12 • Lynden City Council Community Development Committee, Lynden City Hall, 300 Fourth St. 4:30 p.m. • Whatcom County Agricultural Advisory Committee, Northwest Annex conference Room, ...

Klassen to display furniture in well-known NYC show

LYNDEN — Local furniture artist Greg Klassen will show his handcrafted furniture at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show to be held at Pier 94 in New York City March 20-23. The show is where the ...

Craft & Antique Show this week at fairgrounds

LYNDEN ­— Co-founder Judy Meixner terms it “amazing,” but here she and Trudy Ferguson are in their 28th year of staging a Spring Craft & Antique Show. “We still love organizing and bringing ...

Lynden girl wins in judo

BELLINGHAM ­— Emily Bento, 13, of Lynden won first in her junior girls division when she competed in the Western Judo Tournament at Western Washington University Feb. 22. Bento trains under Michael ...

Calendar

ONGOING Claire vg show The Claire vg Thomas Theatre presents “Bingo, The Winning Musical” through March 16. Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. $12 ...
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SunDome-inance

YAKIMA — Prior to tipoff of Saturday night’s 1A state championship game, LC coach Curt DeHaan walked up to the media table. The veteran coach was looking quite dapper, sporting slacks, a white dress ...
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Senior Courtney Hollander, deservedly so, can now call herself a champion

YAKIMA — He preached it all throughout the season and his girls bought in. Curt DeHaan, who was named the Northwest Conference Coach of the Year this week, wanted his girls to play with the “team is ...
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Although I did it before, Kara Bajema is a name no one should mistake

YAKIMA — I still remember in the fall when I walked into the Tribune office on a Wednesday morning and saw the puzzled look on my editor Tim Newcomb’s face. Had I messed up? Sure enough, my instincts ...
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Led by Sterling Somers and Scooter Hastings, the future remains bright for the Lynden boys

YAKIMA — The Sun Dome is an exciting place for athletes to travel to. It means you’ve competed at a high enough level to say you’re one of the top eight teams in the state in your classification. ...