Articles published Thu, Sep 4, 2003
Letters to the Editor -- September 04, 2003
West Marine to hold Thursday night slam events Store manager Debbie Marley said that West Marine has opened its doors here in Blaine with the goal of creating...
Beth the Barber opens shop
Opening her own beauty shop has always been a dream for Beth McDiarmid, and now that dream has come true.
Students back to school, watch roads
As more than a million Washington students return to school, AAA reminds motorists to slow down and watch out for young pedestrians.
Building an outdoor wooden structure
Do-it-yourselfers across the country are spending their free time on outdoor projects that improve the utility and value of outdoor living environments...
County history book looks at communities, industries and personalities
Laura Jacoby can�t remember the first time she heard her grandfather talk about history. She can�t remember the first time she saw one of his old photographs...
Saturday�s Peace Arch celebration marks 82nd anniversary
History comes alive this weekend as Peace Arch founder Sam Hill, and other dignitaries of his time, will make an appearance to celebrate the 82nd anniversary...
News in Brief
September 11 memorial to be held at city hall American Legion posts 247 and 86 will be holding a memorial service to remember those lost on September 11...
Birding festival returns to area
More birding plans are on the table. As the Blaine-Birch Bay birding committee has completed its report establishing plans and goals, a date has been set...
Election season: Five run for Port, some unopposed
The start of election season kicks off with the September 16 primary. Some individuals are running unopposed, but one position has five names on the ballot...
Communities see significant growth
Blaine and Birch Bay are growing, much in part due its natural environment and the growth just south in Bellingham. Individuals are increasingly taking...
Police Report -- September 04, 2003
Sports -- September 04, 2003