Plants don’t lie: vegetable gardens are giving the last of their abundance and the maple trees are showing the first of fall reds in their uppermost branches. Regardless how firmly we try to grasp the fading rays of summer, the seasons march on and autumn is arriving.
Summer in the Pacific Northwest is a glorious time of year filled with cascading colorful hanging baskets, blooming perennials and abundant bouquets of hydrangea, roses and dahlias, to name just a few!
This year’s Kids Raspberry Dessert Contest saw a total of eight tasty desssert entries. The first-place winner was Brooke VanLoo, who submitted a delectable Raspberry Cream Pie complete with a homemade graham-cracker crust and a delicious topping of fresh raspberries.
The world was shocked Monday to view images of the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris being ruined by fire. France is vowing to rebuild the 850-year-old treasure. This photo is one of several sent to the Lynden Tribune by Charlie Gay, retired publisher of the Shelton-Mason County Journal, who now…
Although it’s the shortest month of the year, this February just as well could have been the longest, with seemingly endless wind, snow and bitter cold putting a hard stop to most outdoor activities. Now, with spring weather arriving, it’s time to get on with early spring tasks around the ya…