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Sportscaster remembered as the voice of Whatcom County sports

Scholten, 54, found dead Monday morning

Whatcom County sportscaster Mark Scholten taking a selfie while next to the radio microphone for KPUG.
Whatcom County sportscaster Mark Scholten, 54, was found dead Monday, Aug. 14. Scholten worked for KPUG 1170 AM for 31 years, doing play-by-play for local prep sports, and also hosted "The Zone." (Photo courtesy of KPUG)
By Eric Trent News Producer
Whatcom County sportscaster Mark Scholten was known to many as the voice of local sports, delivering
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