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After seeing two stories in your publications promoting the legalization of marijuana locally, we couldn’t put off writing any longer. The first article appeared in October, the second in November. While ...
Pleased with voting results for 42nd District I am pleased with the 2014 election results for the 42nd Legislative District. Voters sent three fantastic candidates to represent our values in Olympia. As ...
Wednesday, Dec. 10 Whatcom Community College Board of Trustees, Laidlaw Center board room, 237 W. Kellogg Rd., Bellingham, 2 p.m. The board addresses its Strategic Goal of contributing actively to the ...
LYNDEN — Last week, I took one for the team. I sacrificed myself. I pushed my co-workers out of the path of a moving train. A rich, gooey, sweet Christmas train. I did this by agreeing to sit on a prestigious ...
LYNDEN -— When Maurice and Irene Beld moved into town, Maurice knew he needed to keep himself active and busy. Their country home on 20 acres had taken up a lot of his time, but he also made use of his ...
GILBERT, Ariz. — When the Lynden Christian boys basketball team ventured to Arizona for the Christian Cup in December 2012, head coach Roger De Boer viewed it as a one-time opportunity for his program. ...
WHATCOM — After Lynden Christian girls basketball head coach Curt De Haan stepped down last spring with eight state titles and a girls’ state-record 772 wins in his 34 seasons leading the Lyncs, the ...
WHATCOM — Undefeated Meridian (4-0) has opened its season with four straight victories, beginning with a 68-34 rout over Coupeville on Dec. 1. Alex Martin led the Trojans with 17 points and six assists ...
TACOMA — Both offenses had their way when Lynden and Sedro-Woolley met earlier this year, with the Lions doing the vast majority of their damage through the air and the Cubs riding their diverse rushing ...
WHATCOM -— Dairy farming employs 1,348 people in the county and contributes some $515 million of farmgate product value to the local economy, reports a Washington State University agricultural economist. ...