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BELLINGHAM — The YMCA in downtown Bellingham is replacing all of its old, inefficient fluorescent lighting with new LED fixtures. That may seem like a small matter of routine maintenance, but in fact ...
ONGOING War photos The Lynden Pioneer Museum hosts the photography of Reece Lodder, USMC combat correspondent from Everson. The exhibit runs through Oct. 30 and provides a view into the lives of soldiers ...
Wednesday, Aug. 12 • Lynden City Council Community Development Committee, second floor meeting room, Lynden City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4 p.m. • Mount Baker School Board, district offices, 4956 Deming ...
Can’t trust Planned Parenthood Doesn’t it seem odd that Planned Parenthood would claim only 3 percent of their services are abortions? Why would any organization put so much effort into defending 3 ...
The Lynden Museum Committee disbanded this week. The committee had hoped to reserve a pioneer home in the Lynden district for a museum. They had planned to purchase the old Slade home, but it was sold ...
PORTLAND, Ore. — Josh Kraght became a Whatcom County legend during his time at Lynden, quarterbacking the Lions to back-to-back state titles while carving up opposing defenses with his electric playmaking ...
LYNDEN — You have to know Tony Antonucci’s story to understand his passion and his cause. Tony, now a Lynden resident, was born in Brooklyn to Italian immigrant parents. His dad died when he was ...
KIRKLAND — Since 1999, the nation’s top high school quarterbacks have competed each summer at the annual “Elite 11” camp. After taking part in a multitude of drills and tests, the participants ...
LYNDEN — Every August, the Lynden football program and community continue what Tony Wilson began. Wilson left a lasting legacy on the field, quarterbacking the 1998 Lynden football team to the 3A state ...
LYNDEN — A total of 223 contestants are slated to compete in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association event on Aug. 18-19 as part of the Northwest Washington Fair. Some of the world’s top-ranked ...