Articles published Wed, Feb 26, 2014
Letters to the editor: February 27 - March 5, 2014
Port celebrates completion of airport project
Frequent flyers take note. Bellingham's airport has arrived.
Faulty traffic signals spur new law for motorcyclists
Riding a motorcycle around on a warm Northwest day is a relaxing pastime, unless you get stuck at a traffic light that just won't turn green.
Delayed traffic light project to commence this spring
A traffic signal project near Birch Bay that was planned for last fall has been rescheduled to begin this April, and the change means intermittent closures to Birch Bay-Lynden Road could extend into the summer.
Annual birding event set for mid-March
Get your binoculars ready.
Popular ice exhibit gets extra viewing days
The Vanishing Ice: Alpine and Polar Landscapes in Art exhibit at Whatcom Museum has been extended until Sunday, March 16.
Students and community take the stage
The fifth annual Blaine Pizza and Pizzazz Talent Show will be held at the Blaine Middle School cafeteria on Saturday, March 1, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Sheriff seeks leads in hopes of returning stolen gun collection
The Whatcom County Sheriff's Office is requesting the publicâs assistance in locating the owner of a gun collection that they believe to be stolen.
Taking time to prune your trees keeps them healthy and fruitful
As winter gives way to spring, the grass becomes greener, the days grow longer and the trees begin budding.
Whatcom Home and Garden expo set for this weekend
The 35th annual Whatcom County Home & Garden Show, to be held February 28 through March 2 at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds in Lynden, will put you in touch with local experts to plan out the projects you may have in mind.
From blueprints to reality: Planning a home renovation
If you are like most people your home is the single largest investment you will ever make.
Police Reports: February 19 - 24, 2014
State Champions: Blaine wrestlers take home the 1A title
When the final match of the Mat Classic state wrestling tournament ended, the referee raised senior Blaine wrestler Mike Antczak's hand, crowning him the heavyweight champion of Washington.
Girls revved up for regionals
With an easy win over Eatonville, the girls basketball team punched their ticket to the regional round of the state tournament for the third year in a row.