Articles published Thu, May 15, 2003
Letters to the Editor -- May 15, 2003
Another large drug seizure
Blaine customs and border protection (CBP) inspectors seized 1,309 pounds of marijuana during a routine examination of a semi-trailer using its vacis X-ray...
More than 35 students attended bay area trip The annual eighth grade spring trip to the Bay Area was May 1-4, and 36 students attended, as well as six ...
La Bonne Maison serves up classical food with modern twist
Six tables, neatly dressed in black and white, are intimately placed throughout the room. A happy host pours a glass of white wine, as the chef diligently...
Author of Bold Spirit to present historic story
Linda Lawrence Hunt, the daughter of local resident Evelyn Christensen, was reading one evening, as her husband sat next to her reading pieces from an ...
News in Brief
Peace Arch Post 86 to honor Bill Elfo The American Legion Peace Arch Post 86 will hold its annual police officer of the year ceremony on Friday, May 16...
Boating safety tips
The following safety tips are courtesy of the Washington boating safety officers association.
Blaine Marine Services opens new Semiahmoo location
Local life on the water just got easier, care of the new Blaine Marine Services business at 9540 Semiahmoo Parkway. Complete with all of your essential...
Derelict vessels to be removed
The city of Blaine is forging ahead with the removal of the USA and Liberty, the two derelict vessels stuck in Drayton Harbor.
City repeals parking fees to boost business
The city of Blaine repealed current parking fees at Monday�s city council meeting in an effort to boost downtown business, eliminating parking costs for...
Judge rejects fire recalls
Whatcom County Superior Court judge David Nichols rejected the recalls of four North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) fire commissioners on Friday...
Police Report -- May 15, 2003
Sports -- May 15, 2003