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BELLINGHAM — Finally, there is no weaving around and working inside cordoned-off construction zones of Bellingham International Airport. The $38.6 million terminal rebuild project is all done. Port ...
WHATCOM — Fall enrollment open houses for the Northwest Career & Technical Academy are being held locally on Wednesday, March 5. This is a chance for students, parents and the community to learn ...
Following their championship victories this weekend, the Lynden boys/girls and Lynden Christian girls advanced to state regionals next weekend. The WIAA announced the dates of the regional games next weekend. ...
Lynden senior Stephanie Somers has had an excellent career for the Lions. However, she had never experienced winning a 2A district championship. On Friday night, though, Somers and the rest of her teammates ...
The Lions were able to make the plays they needed too down the stretch. It’s as simple as that. Down for the majority of the game, Lynden clutched up in a big way Saturday night to knock off Lake ...
As well as LC was able to execute offensively, it was its defense that proved to be the difference in their dominant 67-30 victory over Cascade Christian on Saturday in the 1A tri-district championship. ...
After back-to-back years where she lost in the semifinals, Nooksack Valley’s Chloe Gardner refused to be denied on Saturday at the 2014 Mat Classic in the Tacoma Dome. The 145-pounder captured her ...
LYNDEN — Even after the Washington State Legislature pulled roughly $3 million of funding for Lynden’s Pepin Creek project in the waning days of the final 2013 session, the city’s Public Works department ...
LYNDEN — City leaders don’t plan to charge anywhere near the full cost of ambulance service as a utility fee, Mayor Scott Korthuis cautioned a public-hearing crowd Tuesday. A monthly billing, if ...
On Wednesday night, both the LC and Meridian boys played in loser-out tri-district games. Unfortunately for Lyncs and Trojans fans, both schools lost and saw their seasons come to an end. The Lyncs lost ...