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CUSTER — Zion Lutheran Church, 7215 Valley View Rd., hosts a celebration of its 111th year on Saturday, Aug. 9. The event runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and includes a program on the history of Zion and ...
WHATCOM — The Whatcom County Public Works department will continue chip-sealing through Aug. 7, between the hours of 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. on the following roads: East Boundary, Pangborn, Assink, Bloom, ...
My college roommate and I once predicted that Christopher Nolan’s 2008 masterpiece “The Dark Knight” would spell the end of comic book movies. Our reasoning was simple: “The Dark Knight” is simply ...
ONGOING Theater shows The Mount Baker Theatre presents in repertory “Talley’s Folly,” running through Aug. 8, and “Last of the Red Hot Lovers,” running through Aug. 9. $25 adults; $12.50 students. ...
LYNDEN — The Woods Coffee now sells its cold brew coffee in new single-serve, 12-ounce to-go bottles. Previously, cold brew was available in either in-store cups or growlers to go. “People are looking ...
Growing up, die cast John Deere tractors were my favorite toys. Even more than LEGO, even more than Star Wars and even more than Nintendo, I loved tractors. I relished every trip to North Washington Implement ...
LYNDEN -— October 2014 will mark 100 years that the Lewis family has owned and operated the Lynden Tribune. Leading up to the centennial date, the Tribune will publish stories as a historical retrospective ...
Nooksack grad wins WWU scholarship BELLINGHAM — Western Washington University student Diane Stephanie Perez, daughter of Olegario Perez-Alanis and Diane Perea of Nooksack, received a $3,000 MAP ...
Consider health aspects of contraception I would like to reply to Mr. Dykstra’s recent letter regarding contraception and the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court decision. It has been decided that religious principles ...
LYNDEN — Brady Bomber enjoys a quality plot twist, so he created a new way to finish off the Lynden Christian girls basketball summer season in his first year as head coach of the Lyncs. Playing off ...