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Articles published Wed, Feb 12, 2014

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Letters to the editor: February 13 - 19, 2014


Bite of Blaine auction set for Monday evening

Get your taste buds ready to sample culinary offerings from across Blaine and Birch Bay as the annual Bite of Blaine gears up for its 14th annual event on Monday, February 17.

Blaine chocolatiers create memorable confections

When local food artisans Shannon and Christy Fox of Evolve Truffles get together in the kitchen, magical things happen.

City urges residents to think before the flush

If you're flushing baby wipes, Clorox wipes or anything other than toilet paper down the drain, you should reconsider what you're doing.

Silver Reef announces expansion plans

Silver Reef Hotel Casino Spa officials have announced that their latest expansion plans for the gaming and entertainment destination will include additional lodging and meeting space.

Fire marshal lifts Whatcom County burn ban

It's OK to burn again, as long as you promise to be careful.

The Northern Light welcomes new carriers

Husband-and-wife team Kristi and Percy Lankhaar, who live in Birch Bay, have joined The Northern Light and will be delivering the newspaper to newsstands across the county.

It's time to sign up for school

Registration for Blaine school district kindergarten will take place Thursday, March 13.

Marathoners take to the street in Birch Bay

Sunday, February 16 will mark the 46th annual Birch Bay International Marathon.

Dakota Creek bridge will get seismic retrofits

While significant earthquakes don't happen very often in Whatcom County, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is making sure that if one does occur the Dakota Creek Bridge on Peace Portal Drive will be ready to rock and roll.

It takes a village to stay connected as we age

As people grow older, they are increasingly staring down the question of where they will age.

Upcoming Whatcom Senior Tours

Young at Heart

Welcome all good folks, welcome to February.

Blaine students chosen for All-State Choir

This weekend, Blaine High School will send four of its outstanding choral members to join the Washington Music Educator's Association (WMEA) 2014 All State Choir.

Blaine High School job fair

Blaine High School students, from. l, Erick Chesteen, Katlyn Carleton, Quame Finley and Orion Terrazas listen to what an Air Force recruiter has to say at a job fair on February 11.


Police Reports: February 3 to February 11, 2014


Alexis McElwain gets it done

Alexis McElwain is the type of person college recruiters look for.

Boys basketball

Carson Knutzen passes the ball in a district tournament game at Friday Harbor February 10.

Wrestlers win sub-regionals

Blaine wrestlers cleaned up at the Class 1A Sub-Regional Tournament, and came home decked out in championship hardware.

Girls best Pioneers at home

The girls basketball team played a dominant game from start to finish to beat the Nooksack Valley Pioneers in the first round of the district playoffs.


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