Articles published Thu, Apr 11, 2002
Letters to the Editor -- April 11, 2002
Local musicians tour northwest
The North Cascades Concert Band, featuring local musicians Marjorie Reichhardt on bass clarinet and Jake Hamburg on oboe, starts its spring concert series...
Last Minute Tax-Tips
Protect yourself with an extension
Menzies earns hero title for defense of local water quality
Last week Geoff Menzies, Drayton Harbors last oyster farmer and the loudest voice urging harbor cleanup, was honored by the county for his work trying...
First day of school for kindergartners
A kindergarten parent orientation meeting is scheduled for April 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Blaine primary school multipurpose room. Children who will be five-years-old...
New Blaine site
Like a lot of things that happen in our small city, it was the work of a lot of people who have a lot of talent and a little time, said city...
Sharing the rising cost of living
A new food cooperative in the area is growing so fast theyre in desperate need of new space after only three months of operation. My grocery...
Council slashed development fees and red tape
City council voted to peel off the first layer of municipal codes and fees in what staff promises will be a complete overhaul.The city of Blaine ...
Eyes in the sky up and running along border
U.S. Congressman Rick Larsen was in Blaine last week as the Border Patrol flipped the last switch, bringing on line the camera surveillance system watching...
Police Report -- April 11, 2002
Sports -- April 11, 2002