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Marine resources group seeks volunteers

The Whatcom County Marine Resources Committee will be coordinating a survey of clams along the shorelines of Birch Point on Saturday, June 7, and is looking...

How would you spend $5 million dollars?

If you had five million dollars to invest in your community’s public health and well-being, where would you put it?

Lily Point purchased by Whatcom Land Trust

The deal is sealed and 90 acres of Lily Point in Point Roberts have been secured for a public park.

Blaine parks committee seeks public input

The Blaine parks board is seeking public input at a May 19 meeting at Blaine library. The board is hoping to hear from residents on what they would like...

Gardening

Bellingham woman starts plant recovery business

Boating

Legislation would exempt recreational boaters from federal permits

City schedules annual clean-up day for May 17

The City of Blaine has scheduled its annual clean-up day from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 17 at City Hall. Services will include appliance refurbishing...

Briefs

Another penny for your thoughts

Scholarship helps middle schoolers

Think you can’t afford college? Think again.

Young at Heart

The Blaine Senior Center welcomes the wonderful month of May. We are thankful for all those April showers but are really ready for those promised May flowers...

Bike to work and school day is Friday

This Friday, May 16, hundreds of Blaine, Birch Bay, Custer and Whatcom County residents will hit the road on two wheels and on their own two feet as part...

Drayton Harbor threatened, DOH says

Drayton Harbor is one of 17 shellfish areas considered threatened as a result of continuing development and fecal coliform contamination according to a...

Impressive list of projects slated for NW park district

The Northwest Park and Recreation District took steps Tuesday to re-establish itself in Blaine and Birch Bay by hiring an office manager, leasing office...

City can expect more sewer hikes in 2009

Blaine ratepayers will see additional increases in their sewer rates beginning next year.

police

Police Report -- May 15, 2008

sports

Sports -- May 15, 2008

 

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