Nore more printing of Lynden city ordinances

LYNDEN ­— The city will not be publishing the full text of its passed ordinances in the Lynden Tribune anymore. Instead, only a short summary of an ordinance will be printed in the Public Notices section ...

Opposition speaks on I-522

LYNDEN — Initiative 522, if passed in November’s election, “would require most raw agricultural commodities, processed foods, and seeds and seed stocks, if produced using genetic engineering as defined, ...

Local vs. global perspectives in county at-large race

WHATCOM ­— Fighting for local control versus taking a larger view of things is one way of summarizing the County Council at-large position race between incumbent Bill Knutzen and challenger Rud Browne. ...

SAVE-Whatcom tries to add pro-jobs money in local races

WHATCOM — SAVEWhatcom, a local organization committed to jobs and business growth, said on Oct. 21 it is fully committed to complying with state public disclosure laws regarding campaign funding. “Every ...

LCHS offers art in second adult education class

LYNDEN — A second adult education class is offered by Lynden Christian High School, following one on local geology by science teacher Harlan Kredit. High school art teacher Theresa Hammons will lead ...

Last Lynden Cemetery tour this Saturday

LYNDEN — This Saturday, Nov. 2, is the last chance this year to take the weekly Lynden Cemetery tour, followed by open house with refreshments. Representatives from the partner sponsors Lynden Pioneer ...

Meeting explains Lynden students’ Saturday bus trips to ski area

LYNDEN — With snow now falling again up at Mount Baker, the Lynden School District is preparing its Winter Ride Bus for another ski and snowboard season. The program involves eight chaperoned bus trips ...

Lynden veterans dinner Nov. 14

LYNDEN — The Lynden Lions Club serves its 15th annual Veterans Day Dinner on Thursday, Nov. 14, in the community center, 401 Grover St. Opening is at 6 p.m., dinner is served at 6:30 p.m. Veterans get ...

EDITORIAL: I-522 not worth its extra costs, burden

While plenty of arguments swirl around Initiative 522, requiring labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food products, the stance of most farmers on the ballot measure should not be in doubt. ...

Letters to the editor – Oct. 30

Chief speaks on issues in fire commissioner race For obvious reasons I would not normally comment on the views or opinions of a candidate running for fire commissioner prior to an upcoming election. However, ...