Lions too much for Tigers

It only took 43 seconds for the Lynden Lions to gain a lead on the Burlington-Edison Tigers and never look back. On the Tigers’ opening possession, linebacker Trent Postma intercepted Burlington’s ...

Lynden QB Lucas Petersen breaks wrist

Lynden starting quarterback Lucas Petersen will miss the remainder of the 2013 season. Petersen, who is a first-year starter for the Lions, broke his left wrist during practice on Thursday night while ...

Galvez-Cruz, sought in beating, turns himself in

BELLINGHAM ­— Visente Levi Jon Galvez-Cruz, wanted by authorities after allegedly beating his estranged girlfriend in Lynden Oct. 1, surrendered himself at the Whatcom County Jail Wednesday morning, ...

Meridian impresses at XC meet

Last Wednesday, at Berthusen Park, the Lynden Lions cross country team hosted Meridian and Bellingham for a meet. Both the boys and girls ran 5,200 meters on a sunny afternoon. The Meridian boys dominated, ...

LC girls top Lynden

It’s a meeting that is always circled on the calendars of north county volleyball fans. Whenever the Lynden Christian and Lynden volleyball teams square off, a high-octane game is expected. Tuesday ...
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‘Don’t Drink The Water’ opening Friday on Lynden Christian stage

LYNDEN — When Dee Apodaca began her search for this year’s fall musical to produce at Lynden Christian High School, her only starting criteria was that the production would be a comedy. I look for ...
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Third Church celebrating 75th

LYNDEN ­— Third Christian Reformed Church, young enough for some members to remember the start, celebrates its 75th anniversary this weekend. A dinner and program open to the community will begin at ...

Local writer/speaker adds her gifts to craft show mix

WHATCOM ­— Just when you thought a craft show must involve the creative use of ceramics or curly willow, along comes a speaker and writer to this week’s Lynden event. Try … creative use of words. ...

Kershner, Buchanan in District 1 council race

BELLINGHAM — Whatcom County Council incumbent Kathy Kershner and challenger Barry Buchanan portrayed the county’s land use battles through different lenses as they spoke at a candidates forum Thursday, ...
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Michelle Luke brings planning issues needing solution

WHATCOM — For candidate Michelle Luke, her second shot at a Whatcom County Council seat isn’t like the first. That’s because the Lummi Island resident didn’t just walk away from local issues when ...