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LYNDEN -— Golfer Fred Gottschalk recently shot a hole-in-one on the 135-yard #9 of the Raspberry Ridge Golf Course, the course’s Leanne Olson reports. For Gottschalk, who used a pitching wedge, this ...
OLYMPIA — Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler has announced a limited special enrollment period, effective already, for people who have experienced difficulty enrolling in health coverage through Washington’s ...
Exciting finishes were part of the annual Lynde 500 on Fourth Street in downtown Lynden on Labor Day Monday…. This content is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Login or Subscribe Now
ONGOING Clock exhibit The Lynden Pioneer Museum hosts an exhibit of historic clockworks from the West Coast Clock and Watch Museum through Sept. 15. Several dozen timepieces from the 1700s through the ...
LYNDEN -— A 35-room inn in the former Delft Square building may still not be a certainty. But the city is taking steps to help make it financially feasible. A City Council committee last week gave its ...
WHATCOM — It’s coming down to decision time for an effort to create a more unified voice for agriculture in the county. The Whatcom Ag District Coalition, a volunteer farmer team that has been at work ...
WHATCOM -— A Friday evening with the Donnellan brothers, who grew up in Ferndale, kicks off the Whatcom Symphony Orchestra’s new season on Sept. 5. Grant Donnellan is the WSO’s concertmaster and ...
Apparently Sol Lewis and friend R.B. LeCocq did not themselves subscribe the $2,000 needed to buy the City Park property all in one afternoon, as legend has it. But Lewis, as Lynden Tribune publisher, ...
Sometimes being the second on the scene is a good thing. What is now known to residents of Whatcom County as Peoples Bank started as the first banking alternative in Lynden in the waning days of 1920. ...
EVERSON — Whatcom County’s Cloud Mountain Farm Center will partner with the Puget Sound Food Hub to provide aggregation and distribution services for local farms that sell their products direct to ...