Another youth march is set for 2 p.m. Sunday

Including a food drive, it begins at Fisher school this time   LYNDEN — Another march by the group that did so on July 5 is planned for this Sunday.   Young Advocates of Whatcom ...

Jason Lee preparing for the Ivy League

Mount Baker grad is forced to adjust to not having a 2020 normal season By Hailey Palmer [email protected]   WHATCOM ­— When the coronavirus hit last March, 2020 Mount ...

County latest: Only two of five COVID goals for improvement are being met

Testing coming Aug. 28 to Bender Fields, fire chief says By Calvin Bratt [email protected]   WHATCOM ­— While fall planning for schools has been uppermost in mind, the ...

Northside Park: A playground for everyone

Donations and volunteers sought for all-inclusive spot by 2021 By Elisa Claassen for the Lynden Tribune   BELLINGHAM — As stated in a flyer for the future Northside Park, the ...

WiFi bolstered at county library sites

Doors closed, but internet is possible in the parking lots   WHATCOM — Enhanced drive-up WiFi service has been set up at four Whatcom County Library System branches and a bookmobile ...

Seniors’ Picnic with a Purpose Aug. 24-28

  WHATCOM — Picnic with a Purpose will be a week of drive-through cookouts and resource bag distributions for Whatcom County seniors.   The Aug. 24-28 event put on by the ...

Ferndale FFA kids show animals virtually

Four students chose to continue despite fair uncertainty By Brent Lindquist [email protected]   FERNDALE — When the 2020 Northwest Washington Fair was cancelled in late ...

All public school districts opening remote

Lynden last to decide Monday; LC will stay in-person, though By Hailey Palmer [email protected]   WHATCOM ­— Following recommendations from the Whatcom County Health Department ...

Culp will take on Inslee

Other primary results: Two Republicans lead in 42nd for state legislature By Calvin Bratt [email protected]   WHATCOM ­— Loren Culp was the Republican to emerge as the ...

FSD announces full distance learning to start 2020-21 school year

Decision follows health dept. recommendation FERNDALE — The Ferndale School District announced Wednesday that it will begin the 2020-21 school year in full distance-learning mode ...