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LYNDEN — What, an ambulance utility? City residents may need to dial up their awareness level as an idea that has been bandied about for a couple of years is coming to public hearing next week. The ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden PRCA Rodeo is expecting more of the country’s top professional cowboys and cowgirls for 2014 competition by moving to a pair of midweek dates, Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 12-13. ...
SEDRO-WOOLLEY — As Mount Baker sophomore wrestler Jeremiah Cronk walked off the mat on Saturday afternoon, the blood was dripping down his nose. The 138-pounder had just captured third place at ...
LYNDEN — No more than five seconds had passed after the final whistle of Lynden Christian’s 69-36 victory over Nooksack Valley on Monday night when LC coach Roger DeBoer turned to his bench and delivered ...
LYNDEN — Heading into the 2013-14 season, Lynden boys swim coach Stephen Gibb knew that his team would be in a bit of a rebuild. The team currently has only four seniors and there’s plenty of inexperience ...
LYNDEN — Entering the 2A district tournament, perhaps no team in the Northwest Conference is feeling better than Lynden. The Lions, who defeated Meridian 49-35 Thursday evening, will host a first-round ...
Marv Nelson “I never had a bad day of coaching/teaching at LHS,” states Marv Nelson, whose many years of service to the school district are far-reaching and impressive. A Bellingham native, Nelson ...
In the opening round of the 1A district tournament, the LC girls had little trouble on Tuesday night defeating the Meridian Trojans. The top-seeded Lyncs cruised to a 59-7 victory, setting up a semifinals ...
The Lynden boys lost an absolute heartbreaker on Tuesday night, falling 67-64 in triple overtime to Sedro-Woolley. With the loss, Lynden saw its record drop to 16-3, but more importantly their NWC record ...
The Lynden boys traveled to Meridian on Thursday night and escaped Laurel with a 39-37 victory. With the win, the Lions are now 16-2 overall and 9-2 in NWC play. In last night’s win, Sophomore standout ...