Girls basketball roundup: LC, Baker cruise to blowout wins, remain unbeaten

WHATCOM — Lynden Christian (5-0, 1-0 Northwest Conference) rolled to a pair of blowout victories to continue its unbeaten start to the season. On Dec. 8, the Lyncs cruised past Sedro-Woolley for a 76-27 ...

Boys wrestling: Four Pioneers earn second-place tournament medals

BELLEVUE — The Nooksack Valley boys wrestling team finished in fifth place at the Iron Sharpens Iron tournament on Saturday at Bellevue Christian High School. Four Pioneers placed second in their respective ...

Girls wrestling: Nooksack Valley’s Bruntil, Whittern win tournament titles

TACOMA — Nooksack Valley’s Emma Bruntil (125 pounds) and Nicole Whittern (150) won titles in their respective weight classes at the Judy Emry Invite girls’ wrestling tournament on Saturday at Foss ...

Lynden boys swimmers improving while facing tough competition

ANACORTES — The Lynden boys swim team fell to defending 2A state champion Anacortes, 139-41, in a dual meet on Dec. 10. Three Lions earned district-qualifying times in the meet: Cameron Smith in the ...

Nooksack grad, 31, running for Congress

By Brooke Hanson intern@lyndentribune.com WHATCOM — Brady Walkinshaw, who grew up in the Nooksack Valley School District, has announced his ...

Judge rules against Rover Stay Over

LYNDEN ­— Rover Stay Over, the Hannegan Road dog kennel facility fighting a legal battle with neighbors and the county over zoning, has lost an appeal in Whatcom County Superior Court. Judge Raquel ...

Nooksack River Casino closes

DEMING — An employee at the Nooksack River Casino said a few employees were allowed inside on Monday, but that no vendors were allowed back, part of the process for closing the Nooksack Indian Tribe’s ...
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Drizzle opens with more than olive oils

LYNDEN — Tucked in the back of Drizzle Olive Oil & Vinegar’s new retail shop in the Waples Mercantile Building is the handiwork of Andy Nguyen, the shop’s executive chef.   The Everson ...

Upgrade of NW Soccer Park to be detailed Tuesday

  WHATCOM — On Tuesday, Dec. 15, a multi-million-dollar partnership to fund a significant upgrade of the Northwest Soccer Park facilities will be kicked off.   A program is set for 10:30 a.m. ...

Auditor seeks ‘against’ position on school levies for voters’ guide

  WHATCOM — The school districts of Bellingham, Blaine, Lynden, Meridian and Mount Baker all have submitted resolutions for the Feb. 9, 2016 special election ballot proposing property tax levies ...