Articles published Wed, Mar 24, 2010
Letters to the Editor - March 24 - 31, 2010
Port outlines steps for depot relocation
Plans to relocate the Blaine train station to a proposed park near the boat launch could move forward if Blaine City Council decides to take ownership of the building.
Tension building as district waits on state legislators
“We’re playing the waiting game,” is how Blaine school district superintendent Ron Spanjer described the state education budget process now being played out in Olympia.
Birch Bay Road Race alters course
Those participating in the annual Birch Bay Road Race this weekend should take note, the 15K and 30K race courses have been changed because of construction along Birch Bay Drive.
Auction to benefit local 4-H chapter
The Whatcom County chapter of 4-H has scheduled a benefit auction for Saturday, March 27 at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds Expo building in Lynden.
New chiropractor joins Blaine practice
Area residents now have more choices when it comes to chiropractic care.
Local resources for appliance recycling, reuse
With new savings and rebates for energy efficient appliances, there are plenty of incentives to invest in new appliances. But the question still remains, what to do with those old machines?
NWPRD2 hires new part-time director
Blaine chamber website gets upgrade
he easy-to-navigate website has a bright and fresh design and features beautiful photos of the area.
Bay Builders - Great kids doing great thing!
Blaine hoopsters featured in all-county game
Jordan Oldham and Trevor Chau were two of the galaxy of basketball talent that gathered for the 24th annual Boys and Girls Club of Whatcom County Classic on March 19 at Lynden high school.
Blaine track teams hit ground running
The Borderite girls track team began defense of their 2A team state championship by cruising to solid victories over Lynden and Nooksack Valley in the season opener for all three schools, March 19 at Rollie DeKoster Field.
Blaine’s Statham chooses Montana Grizzlies
The long wait is over for Blaine’s Caleb Statham.
Girls lose heart breaker on last bat
In a game that may foreshadow a district championship rematch later this season, the Lynden Lions scored on a passed ball in the bottom of the seventh inning to deal Blaine a 5-4 opening day loss at Lynden on March 22.
Borderites’ hopes rest on pitching, experience
Blaine baseball opponents can expect a large dose of strong left-handed pitching this season. The Borderites will be sending out an entirely left-handed starting rotation this season, including senior stand-out Kyle Olason.