Articles published Wed, Nov 6, 2013
Letters to the editor: November 7 - November 13, 2013
New chef embraces farm-to-table philosophy
Sometimes you just have to let the food speak for itself.
Fire consumes Blaine home
An early morning blaze that consumed a mobile home in the 8600 block of Blaine Road on October 31 is being called 'suspicious" by Whatcom County fire marshals.
New RiteAid opens today
RiteAid is rolling out the red carpet for the opening of their new store at 1195 Boblett Street today, Thursday, November 7, with a soft opening event geared toward just about everyone.
Blaine schools welcome officer back to campus
After a prolonged absence due to the economic downturn, the School Resource Officer (SRO) program is back in action in Blaine, thanks to a partnership between the school district and the police department.
BTAC makes plans to offer grants for tourism events
With the Semiahmoo Resort back up and running, the Blaine Tourism Advisory Committee (BTAC) is anticipating that lodging tax revenue from the hotel's operations will once again be available for the city's tourism program.
State recommends getting flu vaccine to protect yourself and your family from illness
Flu season is here and now is the time to get vaccinated to protect yourself, your family and your community from the flu.
Lend your neighbor a helping hand this holiday season
Believe it or not, Christmas is well on its way.
Take the field, ladies
Lots of people love to play football, so why should boys get all the fun?
Heroes have a chance to own their own home
The fall housing market is underway, and a program new to Bellingham and Whatcom County will be making it easier for military and members of the public service community to buy or sell a home.
The memories of war linger on and on for some vets
He had never planned to be a soldier.
Veterans Day Memorial Services & Events
Everyday dog training tips to keep your pup obedient
Whether it's a young pup or an older dog from the shelter, there's nothing like bringing a new canine home.
A short history of why we take time to remember and celebrate Veterans Day
In 1918, on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day in the eleventh month, the world rejoiced.
Marion Helen Audette
October 18, 1925 - November 2, 2013
Football heads to postseason after home loss
Was too much Halloween candy before the game a factor in the Borderite loss to Nooksack Valley?
Morris earns bid to cross country state meet
Cross country standouts Parker Morris and Killary Kiele both ran the best 5ks of their respective careers in the Northwest Conference (NWC) Championship meet at Sehome October 24.
End of the line for volleyball, girls soccer
The girls soccer and girls volleyball teams both made it to playoffs, but ended their respective seasons with losses in early rounds.