Articles published Thu, Mar 20, 2008
Letters to the Editor -- March 20, 2008
Coastal Salish people gather at Tulalip
Hundreds of Coast Salish People gathered in the homelands of the Tulalip Tribes in western Washington April 26 through 29 for the third annual Coast Salish...
Alanon Meetings: Blaine meets Tuesdays at 1 – 2 p.m., Wednesdays 7:30 – 9 p.m., Blaine Unitarian Free Church at 1218 Harrison St. All welcome...
Math students win big
Congratulations to the Blaine middle school math teams that competed in the Whatcom County math competition this weekend.
How to fix leaky faucets
Birch Bay Water and Sewer District and the City of Blaine are encouraging water customers to learn how to locate and read their service water meters to...
Metal fabricator creates functional outdoor art
Civil liberty groups sue DHS
The Asian Law Caucus (ALC) and Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) filed suit in February against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for denying...
Local feminist author to speak at Blaine library
In 1994, three book-loving friends, Jesse Larsen, Erica Bauermeister and Holly Smith, wanted a convenient, content-rich guide to the great works of female...
Deadline for beach watcher program is March 27
BPA settles public utilities lawsuit
Blaine ratepayers might see a temporary reduction in their electricity bill soon, after the city was awarded a rebate from a lawsuit against the Bonneville...
Two found dead in Birch Bay woods
Whatcom County law enforcement officials are investigating the deaths of two county residents who were found near a Birch Bay cabin last weekend.
DOT to repair I-5 lanes near Bellingham in April
Drivers commuting between Bellingham and Birch Bay and Blaine may want to plan alternate routes during the next few months.
Sports -- March 20, 2008