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Dave Timmer catches a thrown broccoli to open the Lynden Farmers Market on Thursday afternoon. It now ...
Amount to 29.5 cents per $1,000 possible; jail effort will wait another year WHATCOM — County voters ...
Farms of 200 cows or more would have to get permit; unlined manure lagoons are presumed to seep OLYMPIA ...
Above: The procession of Lynden Christian High School graduates from the school to the football stadium ...
Amy Harksell resigns, claiming gender discrimination and joining two other former Lynden female employees ...
Dutch Village Mall plans for hotel opening Aug. 1 LYNDEN — Amid plans to open the hotel in the Dutch ...
Lynden strongly beats out 24 cities in online voting By Calvin Bratt email@example.com ...
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17 high school valedictorians talk of goals, memories By Brooke Hanson for the Lynden Tribune WHATCOM ...
Midday music, food, program on Fifth; new BBQ contest on Seventh BAILEE MULDER for the Lynden Tribune LYNDEN — The Downtown Business Association will celebrate its $25,000 winning award from America’s ...
LYNDEN — The tone got a little testy at times as the City Council worked its way through some split votes Monday, doing business against the backdrop of City Hall legal and administrative turmoil aired ...
John Walt sounds a ‘unity’ theme, leans Republican LYNDEN — John Walt knows he’s fighting the odds being a write-in candidate for Congress, but “I’m following through a passion in my heart,” ...
From blue-collar perspective, he tracks water and efficiency issues WHATCOM — Independent conservative Doug Karlberg, of Lynden, is seeking election to the state Legislature from the 42nd District. In ...
SUMAS — The 125th anniversary celebration will continue for Sumas this weekend with the town’s 25th annual Community Days event on June 25-26. For the special occasion, a bigger fireworks show is planned ...
SUMAS — A pair of Bull-a-Ramas will be held on Saturday, July 9, and Saturday, Sept. 10. Both will take place at 7:30 p.m. at the Sumas Rodeo Grounds. The events will feature a live band, as well as ...
Community invited to join church’s centennial celebration LYNDEN — The Wiser Lake Chapel celebrates its centennial on Sunday, Aug. 7, and the local community is invited to join in. The Wiser Lake ...
LYNDEN — Resident John-Sean Withrow, long accustomed to ducks, geese, opossums and raccoons on his nightly walks along East Homestead Boulevard, added a new sighting near 1908 Twin Sisters Court on ...
BLAINE — Summer has begun, which means an increase in cross-border travel in northwest Washington and increased active boating on the Puget Sound. If you cross the border frequently for business or pleasure, ...
Days for Girls International directors and staff gathered recently for their annual retreat, and Lynden Mayor Scott Korthuis (lower right) also pronounced June 10 a day of recognition for the work of Days ...