Articles published Thu, Jun 21, 2001
Letters to the Editor -- June 21, 2001
Evening of the Arts 2001
Blaine High School celebrated student accomplishments in visual arts, music and drama on the evening of May 30 at the Performing Arts Center. The event...
Record seizure at border
Canadian customs agents at the Pacific Highway Truck Crossing seized 49.5 kilograms (109 pounds) and $65,000 in U.S. Currency on June 14. It was the largest...
Community theater auditions
The Blaine Community Theater is holding auditions for the fall production of Moon Over Buffalo.
Blaine airport goes online
Pilots heading to Blaine can now check out the weather in Blaine before they head out into the wild blue yonder.
Tosco cleans up oil spill
An oil tanker unloading Alaskan crude spilled more than 1,500 gallons of oil into Georgia Straight June 13.
Plover to the rescue
Richard Sturgill, captain of the Plover foot ferry had an exciting first weekend running the passenger ferry between Semiahmoo and Blaine marina. Not only...
City hires new lawyers
Blaine city council voted unanimously to replace the law firm that has represented the city for more than a decade. After reviewing applications from two...
Boblett light top road priority
Blaines top transportation priority for the next five years is putting a stoplight at the intersection of Boblett Road and state route 543, where...
Skywater opens season of fun
This week will end with the summer solstice: the longest day of the year, the lowest tides and celebrations of the golden days of summer. From parades ...
Electricity rate hike tied intoconservation deal
Despite serious misgivings that the Bonneville Power Administration was locking the city into a rate increase, city council directed city manager Gary ...
Funding for regional sewer unlikely in 2002
The message we heard wasnt no way, but it was close, said city manager Gary Tomsic, reporting back to city council after a trip to Washington...
Police Report -- June 21, 2001
Sports -- June 21, 2001