Articles published Thu, Feb 22, 2001
Letters to the Editor -- February 22, 2001
It's one Zell of a talk!
If you have a story to tell, Jim Zell wants you to tell it, and he wants to make sure it can be heard for generations. This is about our history,...
From solder to art...
by Meg Olson
Northern Hawk owl sighted
by Eileen Tuomaala
The end (of the season) is near!
Local professionals will bring the final curtain down on the Pacific Arts Associations extraordinary 2000-2001 season.
Ellis sentenced for arson
At a Tuesday sentencing hearing Dennis J. Ellis was sentenced to 90 days in jail for setting fire to his parents Adelia Street house.
The best and the brightest
A hefty list of Blaine high school students reached academic pinnacles last semester.
The Girl Scouts are once again out to satisfy your sweet tooth and raise money to perpetuate their organization.
Funds available for volunteers
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is looking ways to spend $1.6 million to be distributed a grants.
Bright lights, big hearted city
Spooner Creek Nursery is gearing up early to make the 2001 Points of Light Christmas charity drive the most successful yet. Through the event, local businesses...
On tap at the Blaine PAC...
Yet another world class musician will make his way to the humble PAC and the welcoming hearts of that pocket of the Blaine community thirsting for culture...
State proposes parks day-use fees
Citizens of Washington are used to free use of state parks, but that will most likely come to an end a year from now, when users of Peace Arch park, Birch...
District 13: come on down!
For the first time in its history, fire district #13 is inviting community members to attend its annual awards banquet.
Blaine's Burden takesstate wrestling crown
Borderite Steven Burden defeated rival David Barber of Orting 8-6 in overtime to win the 152-pound state wrestling championship February 16-17 at Mat Classic...
Planners nix wider use for business park
It never hurts to ask.
Police Report -- February 22, 2001
Sports -- February 22, 2001