Boys track roundup: Lions place third in sub-district meet

WHATCOM — Lynden took third place out of eight schools in the 2A sub-district meet on Friday, May 13, at Civic Stadium. The Lions finished with 134 points, just three behind first-place Bellingham. The ...

Girls track roundup: Lions sweep all three relays at sub-district meet

WHATCOM — Lynden swept all three relay races in the 2A sub-district meet on Friday, May 13, at Civic Stadium. The Lions finished in sixth place out of eight schools with 82 points in the team standings. The ...

Registration open for summer slowpitch softball league

LYNDEN — Registration is open for the Lynden summer slowpitch softball league. The league begins the week of Tuesday, June 14, and features seven weeks of doubleheaders. Men’s games will be played ...
Jim and Denyce Jennings, third and fourth from right, sit among new-found friends in Lynden. A brief anonymous encounter with the other couples two years ago set the Jennings on a course to Lynden. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

Crossing paths from Duluth to Lynden

Jim and Denyce Jennings, third and fourth from right, sit among new-found friends in Lynden. A brief anonymous encounter with the other couples two years ago set the Jennings on a course to Lynden. (Calvin ...

Trump security costs may total $250,000

But mutual-aid means agencies contribute to help each other LYNDEN ­— The total security costs of having Donald Trump here May 7 could be around $250,000, Lynden Police assistant chief John Billester ...

Lynden hosting razz industry

At downtown venues next week LYNDEN ­— Downtown will host meetings of the National Processed Raspberry Council next week. On Monday and Tuesday, committees will mostly be in the conference space of ...

GoFundMe page started for Kramme, family

Lynden football coach has been diagnosed with cancer LYNDEN — A GoFundMe page has been created to help raise funds for the medical expenses of Curt Kramme and his family. The longtime Lynden head football ...
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Ex-Lyndenite to read new novel in Bellingham May 25

BELLINGHAM ­— Ashley Sweeney, formerly of Lynden, reads from her new historical novel “Eliza Waite” at Village Books in Fairhaven at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 25. It is the story of a woman, after ...

Klein found not guilty

BELLINGHAM — A jury on Wednesday, May 4, found William J. Klein not guilty of all four charges brought against him for a car crash last June that killed two Ferndale boys and injured two others. There ...

GPT plans look dead

Army Corps of Engineers denies needed permit SEATTLE — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has stopped the construction of the proposed coal export terminal at Cherry Point. The Corps did so by denying ...