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    Plowing a tradition

    Creighton Smith, 19, of Lynden, plows for the first time in the adult division at the 75th annual International ...
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    Judson statue revived

    The planned Judson statue. Fundraising is happening; location changed to Seventh/Front corner LYNDEN ...
  • State audit raises Everson issues

    Main issue is accounting of shared costs; mayor says City uses employees across departments EVERSON ­— ...
  • Jim and Denyce Jennings, third and fourth from right, sit among new-found friends in Lynden. A brief anonymous encounter with the other couples two years ago set the Jennings on a course to Lynden. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

    Crossing paths from Duluth to Lynden

    Jim and Denyce Jennings, third and fourth from right, sit among new-found friends in Lynden. A brief ...
  • Trump security costs may total $250,000

    But mutual-aid means agencies contribute to help each other LYNDEN ­— The total security costs of ...
  • Lynden hosting razz industry

    At downtown venues next week LYNDEN ­— Downtown will host meetings of the National Processed Raspberry ...
  • The most tense moments came on Kok Road after the rally. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune)

    Planning for Trump visit was a 36-hour race

    The most tense moments came on Kok Road after the rally. (Calvin Bratt/Lynden Tribune) County Emergency ...
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    PHOTOS: The Trump scene

    Saturday in Lynden was a day of Donald Trump. Here’s the scene as captured by Lynden Tribune photographer ...
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    Donald Trump fires up Lynden

    GOP presidential candidate speaks to 5,000 at fair grandstand rally Saturday LYNDEN — Donald Trump ...

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Memorial Day services planned countywide

Two in Lynden district, four by Sumas Legion post; 1,600 flags fly at Greenacres WHATCOM ­— Lynden observes Memorial Day with ceremonies Monday, May 30, at two cemeteries. The Sumas American Legion ...
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Waples Building wins architects’ honor award

LYNDEN ­— The design of the Waples Mercantile Building is proclaimed a winner by fellow architects as well. The creative saving of the big downtown structure damaged by 2008 fire has won an award for ...

A contested field of candidates

Van Werven, Buys each face three primary challengers WHATCOM ­— Each of the incumbent 42nd District state representatives will have three challengers in the Aug. 2 primary election. Luanne Van Werven, ...
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LaClair grew up in Everson, now in Lummi roles

She has a degree in public administration BELLINGHAM — Sharlaine LaClair, tribal community leader and active in nonprofit and economic development, announced Friday that she is running for State House ...

Masons’ Bikes 4 Books program provides incentive in local schools

WHATCOM ­— The Lynden Masonic Lodge Bikes 4 Books program has been very successful in the community and that means beyond Lynden to the Nooksack Valley, Meridian and Blaine school districts, said member ...

New area code will make 10-digit dialing necessary

Area code 564 will overlay western Washington OLYMPIA — The Utilities and Transportation Commission on May 19 approved a plan to implement a new area code across western Washington to address the need ...
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Politically helping Lynden

Vincent Buys and Luanne Van Werven, both Lynden Republican state representatives for the 42nd District, attended the May 16 Lynden City Council meeting and were honored for their effort in landing $400,000 ...
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Suzanne Olson to head New Way Ministries

LYNDEN ­— Jan Ruiter, who has served as the program director for New Way Ministries for the past ten years, is retiring at the end of May. The New Way board of directors has appointed Suzanne Olson ...

Papa Murphy’s fundraiser for Kramme June 1

LYNDEN — In a fundraiser for Lynden High School football coach Curt Kramme, who is dealing with cancer, the Lynden Papa Murphy’s will donate all proceeds of sales on Wednesday, June 1, to the Kramme ...
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Fun at LC night

Lynden Christian School kids and parents turned out in force Saturday for a Family Fun Night full of games, activities and food options. (Courtesy photo/Becky VanHofwegen)