Browse Archives

Articles published Thu, Nov 13, 2003

Return to Archives


Letters to the Editor -- November 13, 2003


Boat building resurfaces in Blaine

In what is hoped to be a harbinger of the future, a large commercial ship has slipped off the ways. Westman Marine, tucked away near the end of Marine ...

On the waterfront

by Jan Hrutfiord

Results remain

As of the last election update, the races for the Port of Bellingham, Blaine city council and Blaine school board have remained the same.

News In Brief

Train delays: Second meeting set for November 20Following last month�s meeting with government, railroad and state officials, the city of Blaine has scheduled...

Port of Bellingham gets west coast redevelopment award

Just a few days after being selected as the only west coast port for an innovative new federal redevelopment program, the Port of Bellingham began getting...

CAP: Annie Magner�s tradition continues

The community may miss Annie Magner, but Brent Brentnall wants you to know that the work she started will continue.

Man flees from police, crashes in Custer

A man was arrested early Friday morning after leading authorities on a high speed chase, involving six agencies and ending in a crash in Custer.

Nearly 150 people attend work party at Terrell Creek

For those driving up Jackson Road in Birch Bay, pull over and take a look at Terrell Creek. (And even if you�re not driving past there, then start driving...

GVRD nixes city wastewater plan

The city of Blaine�s hopes of solving wastewater issues by sending its waste to Canada have been flushed.


Police Report -- November 13, 2003


Sports -- November 13, 2003


Search Archives