- Business Directory
- Special Sections
- Northwest Washington Fair Magazine 8.06.14
- Encore 7.30.14
- Everson-Nooksack News 7.09.14
- Country Life 7.09.14
- Coupon Book 7.14
- Wrap 7.14
- Health Care Guide 6.25.2014
- Graduation Section 6.04.14
- Spring Home Improvement 4-23-2014
- Spring Sports Magazine 4.26.14
- Who’s Who 3.26.14
- Spring Drive Whatcom 3.19.14
- Progress Edition 2.26.14
- Home & Garden Show Preview 2.26.14
- Lynden Chamber Directory 01.2014
- Healthy Living 1.22.14
- Best of Lynden 12.24.13
- Christmas Songbook 11.26.13
- Kids Design An Ad 11.26.13
- Veterans Day Tab 11.05.13
- Fire Prevention Tab 10.01.13
- Lynden Rodeo Program
- Play Whatcom
- Contact Us
- Log in
Let’s commend, not critique, windmill effort I appreciated Tim Broersma’s response to the criticism about not using local contractors to do some of the repair work on Dutch Village Mall. When you do ...
Wednesday, Feb. 5 • Lynden City Council Public Works Committee, second floor conference room, City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6 • Commissioners of Lynden Regional Parks and Recreation ...
LYNDEN — It was just about a week ago that Lynden Christian girls basketball coach and athletic director Curt DeHaan got home from LC and took a seat on his couch. The 34-year varsity head coach was ...
BLAINE — Heading into last Friday’s tilt against Blaine, Lynden coach Brian Roper was presented with an interesting situation. Star forward Scooter Hastings was on the bench in street clothes due to ...
WHATCOM — After consecutive victories over Squalicum and Meridian, the Mount Baker Mountaineers have improved their record to 10-8 and are 6-4 in conference play. With the wins, the Mounties now hold ...
BELLINGHAM — Losing your top seven scorers before the start of the season can be a daunting realization for most coaches. However, most coaches don’t have the same positive outlook on life that Lynden ...
WHATCOM — The County Council will continue a court fight for existing rural water rights. The newly configured council for 2014 unanimously made that decision at the start of its Jan. 28 meeting, but ...
LYNDEN — Arie Honcoop was walking home along Depot Road the evening of Jan. 20 when a funny thing happened to him — it was fairly scary, actually. He was hit by a snowy owl. The 84-year-old was returning ...
OLYMPIA — A proposal by 42nd District Rep. Jason Overstreet would prohibit the state Board of Education from requiring students to complete a culminating project for graduation. The bill was heard by ...
For Lynden’ wide receiver Jalani Phelps, time was getting short to make a decision. Heading into last week, he had an offer from Central Washington, but wasn’t quite ready to pull the trigger. ...