Articles published Thu, Mar 13, 2008
Letters to the Editor -- March 13, 2008
Lynden antique show features two Blaine women
The annual spring Lynden Craft and Antique show at the Northwest Washington Fairgroundsstarts March 13.
Decking materials vary in cost, suitability
Blaine police reserve academy seeks candidates
The Blaine Police Department does a credible job of maintaining law and order inside the city limits, a demanding job that’s complicated, to put ...
Magic show to raise funds for Close-Up trip
Local teenager and world teen champion of magic, Sterling Dietz will be performing the evenings of March 14 and 15 at 7 p.m. at the Blaine performing arts...
Blaine high school graduate will travel to Tanzania
A Blaine high school senior will join United Planet to provide invaluable support to a community in Tanzania, while being immersed in Tanzanian life and...
City seeks input on new website
The city of Blaine has created a new web site in an attempt to make it easier for residents to access information.
Border construction halts annual festival
This year’s mass gathering of Canadian and American scouts known as Hands Across the Border has been postponed until next year, according to Bob ...
Around the City
Area Easter egg hunts scheduled
City to consider $18 million town center
Plans for an $18 million mixed-use city hall development that would include private condominiums and public office spaces are moving closer to becoming...
Blaine school bond falling short of approval
School bond requests went down to defeat yesterday across the county as voters apparently shied away from new tax burdens as the economy sours. In preliminary...
Local water sources are safe, officials say
In light of the recent discovery of traces of pharmaceutical compounds in drinking water sources of many major U.S. cities, local water officials want ...
Police Report -- March 13, 2008
Sports -- March 13, 2008