Articles published Thu, May 18, 2006
Letters to the Editor -- May 18, 2006
Newstore features eco-friendly, specialty shoes
Jody Finnegan has a passion forshoes from clunky and comfortable to stylish and elegant – andeven more in between.
Ploverto start summer schedule
TheM/V Plover leaves its winter mooring in Blaine Harborat noon on May 26 to begin its annual 50-day spring/summercrossing schedule between Blaine Harbor...
Studentsailing program planned for summer
“Herewe are in Blaine, right on the water,” saidone-time school principal and Hobie Cat sailor Ron Snyder, “andyet a lot of people in...
Citycouncil members are reviewing the completed unified feeschedule for the city, intended to give staff and citizensand businesses one place to go to ...
Programoffers leadership skills
TheWhatcom Coalition for Healthy Communities is acceptingapplications through June 15 for the next Leadership Whatcomprogram beginning September 2006.
Talentshow features local performers
The 10th annual Community Talentshow at Blaine School District’s Performing ArtsCenter on May 13 showcased local talented dancers, singers,actors...
Click itor TicketWhatcom County law enforcement agencies will be steppingup their patrol for seatbelt violations until June 3as part of their Click it ...
LaCantina now open at the Bay
MaureenKelly and Bobby Christoffer opened La Cantina last monthat 7876 Birch Bay Drive.
OldSettlers seek talent for picnic
TheWhatcom County Old Settler’sAssociation is looking for amateur talent to performduring the 11th annual Pioneer Picnic at Pioneer Parkin Ferndale...
Blaineplanners are reviewing five new projects that will add116 housing units and 41,000 square feet of industrialspace to Blaine.“Every one of them...
Osburnsets sight on Arnie Road for development
Developer RickOsburn still has not given up on Blaine as a site for his planneddevelopments.
Pedestrianbridge approved by council
Blainehas amended a contract with an architectural group forthe boardwalk project to include a concept and scopingestimate for a pedestrian bridge connecting...
Sculptureexplores unity, healing at Peace Arch park
Forone student, it was a political satire depicting U.S.and Canadian leaders smiling and holding hands. For another,it was part of the grieving process...
Districtofficials, builders squabble over fees
Likestubborn friends at a restaurant bargaining over a checkthat’s bigger than expected, Whatcom County FireDistrict 13 and a three-man development...
Police Report -- May 18, 2006
Sports -- May 18, 2006