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Budget predicts gloomy forecast in 2011

The city of Blaine’s general fund budget will likely be short of its projected expenditures, according to a prelimary revenue forecast for the 2011 year.

Local steakhouse chain sets eyes on Blaine

Bellingham developer Ken Imus has confirmed that a high-end steak house will be the first tenant of the recently refurbished bank building on G Street.

Trial set in Birch Bay beating case

A trial date of October 18 has been set for Lucas Davis, 19, in Whatcom County Superior Court.

Exhibit explores American landscape

Those interested in catching a glimpse of classic Americana will want to check out Loomis Hall Gallery’s newest exhibit, The American Landscape.

Salishan neighborhood picnic

Salishan neighborhood picnic.

Loomis Art Gallery resident artist Lisa McShane’s “The Road West” will be on display

Lisa McShane’s “The Road West.”

Members of the Latitude 49 RV resort in Birch Bay

Members of the Tuesday Quilters’ Club.

Chamber to host free movie night

The Blaine Chamber of Commerce has scheduled a free movie night this weekend featuring Richad Donner’s adventure-comedy “Goonies.”

Senior center to host free writing class

The Blaine senior center has scheduled a free creative writing class series beginning at 10 a.m. Wednesday, September 15.

Blaine business to offer shuttle service

Blaine business owner Andrew Ryser said he will be offering direct shuttle service from Blaine and Bellingham to Sea Tac airport by appointment through his business Designated Drivers taxi service.

Blaine couple reaches out to flood victims in Pakistan

As a child growing up in Pakistan, Blaine resident Nasreen Chaudhry knew first hand what it felt like to be forced from her home.

Senior center packed with September events

September has arrived as well as the Blaine Senior Activity Center, with its fresh beginning.

 

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