Math Olympiad draws large number of students

Ferndale winners will vie in county-wide competition Feb. 24 at Blaine FERNDALE — More than 150 students competed in the Ferndale Math Olympiad on Thursday, Feb. 8. The four-hour ...

Small plane crashes south of Bellingham

Pilot’s identity given as Don Stanwyck, 61, of Duvall   WHATCOM ­— A small plane crashed Monday evening in the Chuckanut mountains south of Bellingham.   Deputies were ...

City of Ferndale declares Tuesday, Feb. 6 ‘Doug Pederson Day’

Philadelphia Eagles’ head coach was FHS quarterback in mid-1980s By Kevin Doucette news@ferndalerecord.com   MINNEAPOLIS — Donny Finkbonner, a longtime friend of Doug Pederson, ...

Three Ferndale boys swimmers headed to districts this weekend

Ferndale’s Brandon Wilhoite, David Lange and Ryan Schmitt all qualified for districts By Kevin Doucette news@ferndalerecord.com BELLINGHAM — Ferndale may not have enough members ...

State terminates Cooke salmon net-pen lease

Lummi Nation vows to ‘continue fight’ for sea life   WHATCOM — The Washington State Department of Natural Resources took action on Sunday, Feb. 4, to end a Cooke Aquaculture ...

New teacher pay details questioned

State funding ‘regionalization bump’ means less pay for rural districts By Ashley Hiruko ashley@lyndentribune.com   WHATCOM — Washington school administrators, board directors ...

Letters to the Editor — Feb. 7, 2018

Commenting on an article   I am writing to you in regard to the article about the donating of books from our sister city of Minamiboso, Japan. Unfortunately, in the article Yoshiko ...

Sumas farm not at fault for H-2A worker’s death

State L&I fines Sarbanand for missed breaks, late meal times, however By Ashley Hiruko ashley@lyndentribune.com   WHATCOM — No safety or workplace violations contributed ...

Transpo Group gives report on Main Street traffic

City Council hears travel time is greater due to increased traffic, not First Avenue signal change By Brent Lindquist brent@lyndentribune.com FERNDALE — The Ferndale City Council ...

Flooding closes Slater, Barrett roads

River overflow caused by frequent rain, warm mountain temperatures FERNDALE — The Nooksack River didn’t quite hit the predicted 18.4 feet over the weekend, but drivers around Ferndale ...