Articles published Wed, May 26, 2010
Letters to the Editor - May 27 - June 2, 2010
Late start ahead for historic Plover ferry
Blaine’s historic Plover ferry will start its inaugural run late this year, following budget cuts from the Blaine Tourism Advisory Committee (BTAC).
Council OKs 134-unit Albert Avenue project
Blaine residents can expect a new 134-unit mixed-use development off Peace Portal Drive near Nicki’s Diner after city council gave its approval earlier this month.
Blaine man points gun at wife
A 55-year-old Blaine man was arrested after allegedly holding a gun to his wife’s head and threatening to shoot her.
Blaine chamber, CEV, host business conference
Western Washington University’s College of Business and Economics’ Center for Economic Vitality and the Blaine Chamber of Commerce have scheduled a joint workshop to teach small business owners about sales, marketing, financing and performance monitoring.
13th Annual Sculpture Exhibit opens Saturday
The 13th annual International Sculpture Exhibition opens this weekend, with eight recently-placed statues gracing the gardens at Peace Arch State Park.
Birch Bay attorney opens DUI practice in Bellingham
A Birch Bay resident has opened a new legal practice in Bellingham.
Retirement Lifestyles: For one captain, heart surgery put him back on the boat
Some dates really stand out in one’s mind. For Larry Bughi of Anacortes, the date that stands out is December 23, around 8:30 p.m., two years ago.
Peacepennies raises money for Darfur
Blaine high school students sell fair-trade crafts by female artisans.
Local magician secures theater
Nineteen-year-old magician Sterling Dietz, of Lynden, has achieved many triumphs in his young career but none as big as securing his own theatre – the Teatro de la Ciudad (Theatre of the City) in Cabo, Mexico.
Borderite girls dominate the day to return to state
It seemed somehow appropriate that Blaine face the team that had defeated them twice in the regular season for a bid to the 2A state softball tournament.
Blaine track return to defend state track title
Surprise, disappointment and high drama were the words of the day at the Northwest District 2A track and field tournament held in Sultan May 22.