Articles published Thu, Aug 7, 2008
Letters to the Editor -- August 07, 2008
Young at Heart
August is that marvelous summer month, when summer is to be in full swing, the days are to be warmer and sunnier. Ah, yes, it is always good to enjoy the...
Sometimes protection is the real pits
Over the course of my 78 years, no American presidents have personally impacted my life more than Franklin D. Roosevelt and George W. Bush. You could say...
Blaine man recovers from cancer, shares hope in book
Fifteen minutes before leaving on a fishing trip last week,Brad O’Neill got word from his doctor that he is completely free of cancer three years...
Chada Thai restaurant highlights best of Bangkok
George Probert and his wife, Suchada, of Lynden, were looking to move to Alaska after being forced to close their Thai Steakhouse restaurant in Birch Bay...
State lifts shellfish harvesting ban
Meeting to discuss county impact fees
The Whatcom County planning commission has scheduled a public hearing next week to propose an amendment to the Whatcom County comprehensive plan.
Osburn submits Lincoln Village plan
Nearly two years after requesting a rezone, Bellingham developer Rick Osburn, along with landowner RAC Enterprises, has submitted a planned unit development...
Peace Arch State Park offers free Asian concert series
The first of four Asian concerts at Peace Arch State Park begins this Sunday, August 10, at 2 p.m. with a performance by the Hu‘óng Viê...
Washington moves to ‘top two’ election system
August 19 is the day Washington State voters can mark on their calendars to vote in the upcoming primary election, albeit the rules have changed.
Police Report -- August 07, 2008