Thu, Dec 18, 2008 

 

Council grants extension to airport developers

Plans for the redevelopment of the city’s airport were looking uncertain this week as Blaine City Council negotiated with potential developers over...

Thu, Dec 11, 2008 

 

Church celebrates 125th anniversary

Christ Episcopal Church in Blaine marks its 125th anniversary this next week with Solemn Evensong followed by a reception on Wednesday, December 17 at ...

Entries sought for Peace Arch 2009/2010 art exhibit

The U.S.-Canada Peace Anniversary Association is seeking artists to submit outdoor sculptures for their 12th Annual Peace Arch Park International Sculpture...

Young At Heart

The Blaine Senior Center had a very successful Arts & Craft Show, with the wonderful sound and sights which accompanies the Christmas Holiday Season...

AAI offers guided winter mountaineering trips

Anyone who has looked up at Mt. Baker from a distance may have wondered what it might be like to summit the smoldering, snow-covered giant or ski down ...

Lady B's score early lead but ultimately defeated

The Lady B’s scored first and held on to an early lead, but eventually gave way to a strong Lynden team in losing on the road Tuesday night 57-37...

Red velvet cookie takes home the gold

The winner of the first Blaine area holiday cookie baking contest is Virginia Wampler of Blaine.

All Aboard!

In hard times, businesses think outside the box

While many businesses on Main Street are struggling economically, some of Blaine’s own are finding creative ways to stay afloat during the current...

Briefs

NOEL ensemble performs Sunday

The medieval Celtic and classical harp and wind ensemble group NOEL returns to Blaine on Sunday afternoon, December 14, at 3:30 in the Performing Arts ...

Increased traffic concern for law enforcement

A combination of construction detours and population growth have dramatically increased traffic on H Street, Blaine’s main east-west thoroughfare...

City donates to county homelessness project

The city of Blaine will join other Whatcom County cities in donating to county-wide projects to alleviate problems associated with homelessness.

Thu, Dec 4, 2008 

 

Building community...

Fifteen members of IAFF Local 3867, Northwest Whatcom Professional Firefighters Union, spent the day assisting Judy and Richard Valandry to build a wheelchair...

Monthly local meetings

Alanon Meetings: Tuesdays, 1 p.m., Free Unitarian Church at 1218 Harrison St. All welcome. Susan Schneider at 371-0568.

Sentence reduced in Blaine girl’s murder

A Thurston County judge has reduced the prison sentence for a man who was convicted of raping and killing a Blaine girl in 2003.

Briefs

Cookie contest deadline Friday

This Sunday in Blaine is for the birds

This year’s Christmas Bird Count will take place on Sunday, December 28 with a pre-count bird walk this Sunday, December 7. Novice birders are encouraged...

Downtown holiday festivities begin Friday

This weekend’s focus is on downtown Blaine for the annual tree lighting ceremony that has become much bigger this time around thanks to a collaboration...

New UGAs may impact Blaine, Birch Bay

How much growth and where it should go? That’s the simple version of a complicated cluster of questions Whatcom County planners and stakeholders ...

Wed, Nov 26, 2008 

 

The Screening Room

High School Musical 3:Senior Year – Rated G ***The youth of America (and the parents they dragged with them) have spoken to the tune of $43 million...

At Beach Basket, the common thread is the yarn

The discounts were gigantic: 70 percent off in the first hour, decreasing 10 percent each hour until noon. About 200 people benefited. “If we had...

Local man recounts experience as prisoner of war

“There were 1,500 of us in the hold of the ship, but when we got to Japan 62 days later there were only 800 left,” said former prisoner of ...

Rockfish illustrate need to understand our watery world

Are rockfish stocks off the coast of Washington state in the same condition as rockfish population hundreds of miles away in California? Probably not, ...

Briefs

Holiday Harbor Lights festival

Charges against border officials dropped

Misdemeanor charges have been dropped against two Blaine U.S. Customs and Border Protectionofficers following an off-duty brawl at a biker bar earlier ...

Habitat group seeks Blaine support

Whatcom County’s chapter of Habitat For Humanity is seeking support within the Blaine community to advise them on their local efforts.


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