Articles published Thu, Apr 12, 2007
Letters to the Editor -- April 12, 2007
Jorgensen seeks second term
Jim Jorgensen, district 3 commissioner for the Port ofBellingham, announced Thursday, April 12 that he will seeka second term. Jim is a retired science...
Blaineclub hires new director
Karin Schulhauser’s favorite partof her job is listening to the perspectives of the morethan 100 Blaine youth who visit her office daily.
Propertytaxes: Who to blame and what to do?
Ireceive angry comments from residents everyday regardingproperty taxes. I am as angry as any other homeowner.My property taxes almost doubled. But taxpayers...
RetiredBlaine scientist creates backyard bird oasis
Ifyou’re thinking about what kinds of shrubs andtrees to plant in your garden, one of the best guidelinesis to use plants that attract birds. Such...
Graduationprospects a source of anxiety, worry
As a senior at Blaine high schoolabout to graduate, I get more anxious with every week thatpasses. But now is the time where everyone around me isplanning...
Farmers’ marketback in business
Terry’s Farmers’ Marketis back in business and owners Terry and Sharon Smith saidthey have big plans for the year ahead.
Blainecouple sue feds over wall removal order
Herb and Shirley Leu of Blaine filed a lawsuit lastweek in U.S. District court in Seattle to keep the International BoundaryCommission (IBC) from demolishing...
Citymoves ahead with airport closure
Thecity of Blaine will begin the process of closingits airport by notifying state and federal agenciesby the end of next year, according to a draft closureplan...
Vandalismprompts city to close Blaine Skate Park
Aftermounting problems with vandalism and maintenanceissues, the city of Blaine has closed the BlaineSkate Park, city manager Gary Tomsic said.
Marinproject at Semiahmoo raises the bar
RobWalker and Andy Shaw, working as Shaw and Walker Developers,bought a three-acre piece of waterfront property nextto the Semiahmoo Resort’s main...
Police Report -- April 12, 2007
Sports -- April 12, 2007