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Articles published Wed, Sep 4, 2013

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Anchors away: Local company finds niche serving Navy, Coast Guard

When the Navy needs new anchors and chains, it comes to Blaine.

Taking to the Sky

The City at Work: A review of recent and ongoing Blaine public works projects

It’s been a busy year at Blaine public works, and it’s far from over.

Marijuana gets the nod from Department of Justice

Legalized marijuana advocates can breathe a little easier – the federal government will not attempt to block Washington’s legal pot laws.

Swil Kanim to perform at First Friday event

Fans of beautiful music and passionate storytelling have learned to mark the first Friday on their calendars during the summer, and this Friday marks the last chance this year for newcomers to take part in a blossoming tradition.

McAuley plans visits to Blaine, Birch Bay

Blaine and Birch Bay residents are invited to come enjoy a slice of pizza, get to know their current port commissioner and hear about the work that the Port of Bellingham is doing around the county.

Community Meals to serve up free midweek supper to families, residents

Across the world, in more than 2 million locations, trinkets and baubles are hidden away in the roots of trees, under benches and on the sides of buildings waiting for someone with a stealthy eye and a knack for a little sleuthing to locate them.

Up in the wild blue yonder

Air Force Airman Colin D. Slyter graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

Back from Africa


With local development on the rise, Blaine’s community development team is approaching its workload limit.

Liquor Control Board approves rules governing marijuana market

Shortly after an announcement from the Department of Justice giving the green light to state marijuana laws in Washington and Colorado, the Washington State Liquor Control Board has approved the filing of supplemental rules aimed at governing a system of producing, processing and retailing recreational marijuana.


Cross country team looks at rebuilding year

To say the Blaine cross country team is rebuilding is an understatement. Longtime head coach Carey Bacon said it’s the smallest team he’s ever had, with 6 girls and 8 boys.

New coach nets fresh enthusiasm for the Blaine volleyball team

With a new coach at the helm, the Blaine volleyball program has high hopes for an exciting year.


State Liquor Control Board approves new rules for marijuana market


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