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LYNDEN — The award-winning January Series of Calvin College will again be simulcast to Lynden. The lecture series, consisting of 21 presentations Jan. 7-27, will be received at 510 Liberty St., the Amor ...
OLYMPIA — For a second year, Rep. Vincent Buys, R-Lynden, will serve in the state House of Representatives as the ranking Republican member on the Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee. Leadership ...
LYNDEN — A 72-year-old Lynden man was injured on Dec. 24 when his vehicle crossed the center line and went airborne past the opposite shoulder, striking several objects and a tree. Vernon L. Miedema ...
WHATCOM — Charlie Crabtree was reelected county Republican Party chair for a two-year term on Dec. 13, as was also Eileen Sobjack as vice chair and several others in officer roles. Caroline Anderson ...
SUMAS — U.S. Customs & Border Protection officers used cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to save the life of a 56-year-old Canadian man suffering from a heart attack on Monday at the port of Sumas. ...
WHATCOM — Lynden (6-2, 1-0 Northwest Conference) split its four games at the Orange Holiday Classic, advancing to the consolation championship game of the tournament at Hope International Univeristy ...
Unhappy with past letter to the editor So sorry that you chose to publish a letter claiming that some of Pacific Arts Holiday Market vendors were exhibiting chain store items. Had you taken the time to ...
Thursday, Jan. 1 All public offices are closed for the New Year’s Day holiday. Monday, Jan. 5 Lynden City Council Finance Committee, first floor meeting room, City Hall, 300 Fourth St., 4 p.m. ...
We’re nearing the end of a great year for movies of all kinds. 2014 was full of surprises and disappointments, just like any year, but what really characterized the past year was the presence of smaller ...
WHATCOM — Success garners attention. And so does failure. The Lynden Tribune’s annual top five news stories of the year list includes a healthy mix of both, including some controversy baked in for ...