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LYNDEN — Agricultural drainage maintenance is the topic of the Whatcom Dairy Speaker Series on Thursday, Nov. 21. The talk will be from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Ten Mile Grange Hall, 6985 Hannegan ...
WHATCOM — The load restriction on the West Badger Road bridge over Bertrand Creek has been tightened even further. Effective about noon Friday, Nov. 15, the weight limit was put at 15 tons, reported ...
LYNDEN — This week’s free blood pressure checks at the Lynden Community Center will apparently be the last. The service was backed by Visiting Nurse Home Care of northwest Washington. But that agency ...
EVERSON — Kale House Bed & Breakfast at 201 Kale St. is buzzing with activity as Bonnie and Cori Litorja prepare to host their 15th annual art show and sale. What started as a way for the B&B ...
BELLINGHAM — On a night when Lynden knew the precipitation could play an enormous role in the final outcome of the game, the Lions weathered the storm and made a statement with an emphatic 34-0 victory ...
BELLINGHAM — Entering Saturday’s first-round state football game against Woodland, it had been 16 days since Mount Baker had played a game. The Mounties, who finished the regular season 8-1, earned ...
YAKIMA — Lynden Christian volleyball coach Kim Grycel has been in the business long enough to know that her team is never out of a match. Entering last week’s 1A state tournament in Yakima’s SunDome, ...
YAKIMA — After starting the season 0-5, it appeared as though the Lynden volleyball team was going to have an abysmal season under first-year coach Julie Clift. The Lions were at the bottom of the Northwest ...
BELLINGHAM — As the final whistle blew at Civic Stadium on Saturday afternoon, the Meridian girls soccer team walked off the field with their hearts on the turf. The Trojans had just lost to 1A powerhouse ...
CASHMERE — All great things must come to an end and for Meridian senior running back Letrez Jones and his teammates, their football season did just that on Saturday against Cashmere. The visiting Trojans ...