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WHATCOM — Plans to form Northwest District-wide leagues for football were rejected last week by the Cascade Conference in a 5-3 vote by the member schools’ principals. The proposal would have merged ...
Mount Baker climbs back from 11-point second-half deficit to edge Meridian LAUREL — Meridian was looking to pull off a signature win and brighten what has been a challenging season. Mount Baker was determined ...
WHATCOM — Northwest Conference athletic directors cancelled all boys wrestling matches last week as a precaution against an unusually high number of reported skin infections among the league’s teams. ...
TACOMA — Football state semifinal contests will no longer be held in the Tacoma Dome. An increase in Tacoma Dome rental fees has forced the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association to move the ...
WHATCOM — 2A third-ranked Lynden (17-1, 9-1 Northwest Conference) extended its winning streak to eight games with three blowout league victories. On Jan. 26, Christian Zamora scored 21 points to lead ...
WHATCOM — 2A third-ranked Lynden (16-2, 9-1 Northwest Conference) saw its 12-game winning streak come to an end with a 69-46 home loss to Burlington on Jan. 26. The 69 points the Lions allowed was 16 ...
MILL CREEK — The Lynden girls wrestling team placed third with 124 points in the Lady Wolfpack Invite on Saturday at Jackson High School. Senaida Veliz (190 pounds) won an individual title and was one ...
Feb. 2 meant Tutu Day for a number of girls at the Jansen Art Center on Tuesday afternoon, with the Northwest Ballet Academy organizing a parade and other activities. Doing their dance through the upstairs ...
New group must create five districts instead of the current model of three WHATCOM — As a result of last November’s election, changes are coming to the county’s election format. The County Council ...
WHATCOM — A car passing a tractor-trailer rig on the Mount Baker Highway led to a head-on collision and the fourth traffic fatality in the county in five days on Thursday, Jan. 28. Ronald S. Baker, ...