Articles published Thu, Sep 18, 2008
Letters to the Editor -- September 18, 2008
Blaine border officers plea not guilty
Two Blaine-based U.S. Customs officers pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor weapons charges in a Meade County Court, South Dakota, Tuesday.
Whatcom County Parks offers a variety of outdoor activities
The Whatcom County Parks & Recreation’s outdoor recreational programs are an inexpensive way to explore all that Whatcom County has to offer.The...
Recipe of the week
Wild scallops are a great, source of protein and without the risk of growth hormones, steroids and antibiotics.
CJ Wijns schedules Wijning Women series
Carol Bouma likes to drink wine and read, and there are a lot of other women who agree. Bouma hosted a group of them that met for the first time last Monday...
Infrared radiant heat is cost-efficient and clean
Cool orchestra performs Saturday
The Arctic Chamber Orchestra (ACO) is in town this weekend for two concerts, one for Blaine school students on Friday, September 19, and for the public...
Fire district grant lets fire fighters breathe easier
North Whatcom Fire and Rescue, also known as Whatcom County Fire District 21, has received a Federal Emergency Management Administration grant for $514,600...
Groups rally behind scenic byway proposal
Imagine a scenic alternative to I-5 where motorists can soak in sweeping views of Drayton Harbor, Semiahmoo Bay and Birch Bay, Mt. Baker and rolling farmland...
Police Report -- September 18, 2008
Sports -- September 18, 2008