Lynden April bull riding event expands to two days

LYNDEN — More than 70 of some of the top bull riders in the country are coming to Lynden as this year’s local Professional Bull Riders Touring Pro Division event expands to two days, April 4 and 5. ...

Gorsuch, 27, arrested for batch of local crimes

WHATCOM — A man the county Sheriff’s Office calls a “prolific burglar, thief and previously convicted felon” was tabbed last week as responsible for a series of burglaries and thefts in unincorporated ...

Forestry group’s tree sale March 22 at fairgrounds

LYNDEN — The Whatcom County Farm Forestry Association hosts its annual tree sale on Saturday, March 22, on the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds. Sales are 10 a.m. to noon in the Henry Jansen barn. Seedlings ...

Hen House moving into DV Mall

LYNDEN — As the newly imagined Dutch Village Mall starts to take shape structurally, new tenants will start to make their presence felt physically. Even as Elements Hospitality, the building’s main ...

Museum hosting collectibles and antiques sale March 21-22

LYNDEN — The Lynden Pioneer Museum Endowment Foundation will host a collectibles and antiques sale to support the foundation on March 21-22. The museum wants the public to participate, both in the sale ...

LHS releases first-semester principal’s honor roll

LYNDEN — Lynden High School has released its first-semester principal’s honor roll, and the following students are listed:   4.0 grade-point average Seniors—Tylar Holden, Harmeen Kaur, Scott ...

Fire Hall Cafe has new specialty coffee, tea blends

LYNDEN ­— The Fire House Cafe in the Jansen Art Center, 321 Front St., now has its own specialty coffee blend from Tony’s, said chef Sean Beanblossom. The dark roast Firehall is described as “bittersweet ...

Banker promoted

BELLINGHAM — Peoples Bank announces officer promotions, including that of Mark Swanson to vice president. Swanson continues in his role as manager of the Cordata and West Lynden branches of the bank…. ...

LHS future business students shine at regionals

LYNDEN ­— On Saturday, Feb. 8, Lynden High School sent 17 members of Future Business Leaders of America to Sedro-Woolley High School for the Northwest Region FBLA Conference. Competing against about ...
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WCC workshops for middle schoolers focus on non-traditional careers

BELLINGHAM — Upcoming workshops at Whatcom Community College will introduce middle-school students to non-traditional education and career paths. The March 15 “Guys & Guts” and April 19 “Girls ...