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Lynden High School replacement up to voters in February

$157.5 million bond would help modernize outdated campus with overflow enrollment

A group of students eat their lunch in the hallway outside the cafeteria with their backs to the lockers.
A group of students eat their lunch in the hallway outside the cafeteria on Jan. 9 at Lynden High School. The 43-year-old school building is over-capacity, and the Lynden School District is asking for $157.5 million from the community in a bond to replace it. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Hailey Hoffman Visual Journalist
At Lynden High School, 43 years of wear and tear are showing.  Yellow power cords snake thro

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