Articles published Thu, May 22, 2008
Letters to the Editor -- May 22, 2008
Blaine city clerk gets her kicks on the race track
by Tara Nelson
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?
Annual beach naturalist class now offered in Birch Bay
RE Sources’ Beach Naturalists will kick off their eigth season with slideshows open to the public in Birch Bay and Bellingham.
Biotoxins detected in Drayton Harbor
Marine biotoxins that cause paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) have been detected at dangerously high levels in shellfish samples collected from Drayton...
City seeks Yard of the Week nominations
Local author to speak at Blackberry House Cafe
Willy Velthuizen doesn’t quite fit in. Through a diary kept for an imaginary friend June Willy tells the story of growing up on a farm in southern...
Dance performance to benefit community garden
Whatcom Physical Therapy has scheduled a benefit to raise money for a garden shed for the Blaine Community Garden.
Blaine’s Evening of the Arts
Alanon MeetingBlaine meets every Wednesday at 7:30 – 9 p.m.at the Unitarian Church at Cedar & Harrison streets.332-5863. Custer meets every...
Blaine student finds creative outlet in photography
Inmany ways, Mitch Moquin is like any other high school senior.Sporting a moppy haircut, bright green polo shirt and trendyjeans, Moquin deals with the...
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...
Jim Jorgensen’s adventures in geology
Do you want to have a great experience learning about the geology of western Whatcom County? And even more about the geological history of the Columbia...
Plover ferry to start runs this Friday
The MV Plover, Blaine’s 63-year-old restored passenger ferry, will begin its annual summer season of weekend trips on Friday, May 23.
Blaine school board to approve staffing cuts
The Blaine school board will meet on Tuesday, May 27, at 4:30 p.m. to review and approve a reduction in classified staff as part of a three percent cut...
City involves community in parks development
The Blaine parks board is trying an innovative new approach to the development and maintenance of its neighborhood parks.
Police Report -- May 22, 2008
Sports -- May 22, 2008