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LYNDEN — While always a moving target, the owners of the planned Waples Mercantile Building, formerly Delft Square, plan to start the nine-month construction process on the Front Street building “on ...
LYNDEN — Two large real estate sales of vacant land in the final quarter of 2014 signal more development for two areas of Lynden. On Oct. 15, Bob Libolt’s North Prairie LLC recorded the purchase ...
LYNDEN — The Christian Health Care Center has hired Wayne Steenbock as new administrator of the Lynden-based skilled nursing facility. CHCC will open its new adult day health and wellness ...
The headlines made by the release, or lack thereof, of “The Interview” are far more interesting than the movie itself. That’s an outcome I pretty much expected, because how could a comedy really ...
LYNDEN — It’s time to mark calendars for the 36th annual Whatcom County Home and Garden Show on March 6-8, 2015 at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds. The show is almost sold out, with ...
WHATCOM — Lynden High School hosts a time for explanation of the college FAFSA application process on Wednesday, Jan. 14, from 6 to 8 p.m. This event is for all who are interested in the community, ...
LYNDEN — Lynden Christian didn’t win on Friday night. But it’s hard to say the Lyncs lost, either. In what was a back-and-forth thriller that surely will long be remembered, Sehome and ...
LAUREL — With six freshmen and just two upperclassmen on its 11-player roster, Meridian is the youngest girls’ basketball team in the Northwest Conference. And with not a single player taller ...
EVERSON — As a young team, Lynden didn’t get off to the best of starts this season. The Lions got blown out in their first two dual meets and placed 10th out of 13 schools at the Graham Morin ...