Articles published Thu, Jun 1, 2006
Letters to the Editor -- June 01, 2006
2006Blaine High School Recognition Night100 Years of Excellence
Tuesday, May 23, 2006
Suttonwins scholarship to study abroad
Blainehigh school junior Sara Sutton is a serious student whowants someday to travel in Europe. Thanks to InternationalExperience USA’s (IEUSA)global...
Yogaclasses focus on athleticism, strength
Blaineresident Tera Drake is taking her yoga practice to thestreets.Drake, who opened Temple Body Yoga in May, will be offeringon-call yoga instruction...
Vigildonors will see their name in brick
Next week, as the street ends thatwill anchor Blaine’s downtown boardwalk near completion,citizens and businesses who have donated money in supportof...
Machineprovides voice for young student
Emma Welter isa charming young lady from Birch Bay who has been in schoolfor four of her six years.
BPsettles Cherry Point lawsuit
Alawsuit that environmentalists began six years ago overan extension to BP-Cherry Point refinery’sdeep water pier settled out of court last week,...
Statepatrol: speed was top factor in Feb. 28 crash
Detectives withthe Washington State Patrol (WSP) have completed their investigationof a February 28 crash that killed two Blaine high school girls andinjured...
GSAissues FEIS on Peace Arch project
Aninformal public informational meeting will be held June8 to present the final environmental impact statement(FEIS) for the Peace Arch border facility...
Planningcommission votes against Seagrass project
Bya 4-3 vote, the Blaine planning commission recommendedthat Blaine City Council deny the Trillium Corporation’smost recent site plan for developing...
Cityto hear public’s transportation priorities
Theresidential streets recommended for improvement by theBlaine street advisory committee will be ranked alongwith some major arterial projects and improvements...
Police Report -- June 01, 2006
Sports -- June 01, 2006