Articles published Thu, Jun 19, 2008
Letters to the Editor -- June 19, 2008
Run to the Border, 2008
Whatcom Fitness owner Alan Finston and his son Jacob in the 2008 Run to the Border event Saturday. A total of 260 runners participated. Local 1st winners...
Museum hosts nautical events
The Whatcom Museum’s exhibition, World of the Shipwright: From Wood to Fiberglass, explores the golden years of boat and shipbuilding in the region...
Brown & Cole confirm store plans
The Brown & Cole Stores grocery chain confirmed last week that they will operate the store for which a lease has been taken out in the vacant grocery...
For a $400 fee, Blaine couple takes on hassle of car shopping
Did you know that to get the best deal on a car it takes an average of 34.2 hours of your time? That’s almost a full work week spent in research,...
Whatcom County farms offer freshness, superior quality
For delicious hand-made artisan cheese, north Whatcom County residents have little reason to look further than their own backyard.For three generations...
Ski to Sea video contest on YouTube
Drayton Harbor Road now open
Drivers wanting a shorter route to Semiahmoo will now have that option after crews finished long-awaited reconstruction work of Drayton Harbor Road.
Water conservation guides in effect
Blaine and Birch Bay residents are being asked to voluntarily cut back on their water usage for the rest of the summer.
CBP to install RFID chip readers at Blaine ports
Another construction project is scheduled to be layered onto the already under-construction Peace Arch port of entry, but Customs and Border Protection...
Birch Bay teen killed in steamroller ‘joyride’
A Birch Bay resident who took a steamroller on a joyride was killed when the machine he was riding on tipped over.
Police Report -- June 19, 2008
Sports -- June 19, 2008