Browse Archives

Articles published Thu, Dec 13, 2001

Return to Archives


Letters to the Editor -- December 13, 2001



Two more years for Drayton sewers

Local resident dies suddenly

A local man died behind the wheel and crashed into a vacant storefront at the Blaine International Center on Monday.Officers responded to the accident ...

NEXUS gets the green light

Top federal officials from the U.S. and Canada signed an agreement Tuesday to fast-track expansion of NEXUS and other programs to speed the flow of traffic...

Blaine teachers get top marks

Two of Blaine high school teachers have reached the highest level of teaching you can get – national certification. The certification is given by ...

A medieval holiday spectacle

Christmas goes back in time and graces Blaine with medievally clad, award-winning musical performances as The Pacific Arts Foundation welcomes Winter Harp...

City council adopts leash law

A leash law for Blaine scampered through city council this week despite some council concern that the current law, which allows dogs off-leash if their...

Congress comes to Blaine for local view on border

More of everything was the theme of this week’s congressional field hearing on border issues. To balance more security with economic demands for more...

Semiahmoo remains return to resting place

Lummi tribal members, assisted by friends and relatives from other Coast Salish tribes from Puget Sound and B.C., began re-burying the remains of their...


Police Report -- December 13, 2001


Sports -- December 13, 2001


Search Archives