Articles published Wed, Jul 2, 2014
Crossword Answers, July 3, 2014
Letters to the editor: July 3 - 9, 2014
NEXUS enrollment center relocating
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) are relocating their NEXUS enrollment center to Birch Bay Square.
Drayton Harbor Music Festival attracts world-class musicians to Blaine
For one week every July, Blaine hosts an ensemble of musicians who would be equally at home in the concert halls of Seattle, Vancouver or New York.
City forming committees for name change pros and cons
Have an opinion on Blaineâs proposed name change? Now is your chance to have your opinions heard.
ShellFest coming to Birch Bay State Park
As the No. 1 hard shell clamming site in all of Washington, Birch Bay State Park is a natural choice to host ShellFest.
Plan ahead for the 4th of July
The Fourth of July weekend is synonymous with fireworks, food and fun, but unfortunately there is also an increased risk for fires and frustration.
Permit filed for new Semiahmoo hotel
At a meeting of the Blaine Chamber of Commerce on July 2, community development director Michael Jones confirmed rumors that a new business has filed permits to open a second hotel on Semiahmoo spit.
Local citizens honored at Peace Arch
Local citizens were honored for their work by an international peace organization at Peace Arch Park on June 30.
Guest editorial: Young at Heart
There are many wonderful things about the United States of America.
Olga V. Church
December 7, 1923 - June 29, 2014
Police Reports: June 26 - July 2, 2014
"We don't break boards unless we're out of firewood"
At the start of practice in the Birch Bay Activity Center, six karate students kneel facing their instructor Eric Henry, who kneels silently in front of them on the hardwood floor.
Local rugby team beats English club
In international competition this year, the local youth rugby team has yet to find its equal.
City receives permits for new Semiahmoo hotel and spa