Raspberry Festival keeps building on its past success
LYNDEN — For more than four decades, the relatives in a growing Lynden family have gathered in the early morning each Fourth of July for a golf event. It is dubbed The Nyland Open after the initial family.
The Lynden 9-and-under Cal Ripken team won its state championship over the past weekend in Ellensburg, beating Spokane in the title game, 12-9. Ben Blankers is the head coach. Pictured are, from left, front row, Rylan Williams, Tyler Reyes, Kyler Price, Julian Ortiz, Gage Bedlington; back, c…
SEATTLE — A six-hit, eight-run inning was the highlight of an offensive explosion by the Seattle Mariners in a 13-3 rout of the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday, wrapping up the seven-game homestand. Seattle took three of four games in the series.
LYNDEN — Some of the top professional cowboys in the world are expected for the 15th annual Lynden PRCA Rodeo, scheduled Aug. 13-14 as part of the Bank of the Pacific Grandstand Entertainment Series during this year’s Northwest Washington Fair.
WHATCOM — Sehome sophomore Jacob Kaepernick was named the Northwest Conference boys baseball Pitcher of the Year on May 28, as voted on by the league’s coaches.
LYNDEN — The Loyal Order of the Camels Club, celebrating its 90th anniversary this year, is hosting its 78th annual youth fishing derby this Saturday, June 8, at Fishtrap Creek in the Lynden City Park.
TACOMA – Bellingham girls captured 2A state title over the three-day 2A/3A/4A track and field championships that ended Saturday at Mount Tahoma High School.