Thu, Feb 22, 2007 

 

Takinga bite out of Blaine

Chicken mole,buttery crab legs, potato pancakes, and pita trianglestopped with spicy garlic hummus and Morroccan chicken werejust a few of the delectable...

Viewpoint

Thereare no two nations on earth who are as closely tied, physically,economically, socially and culturally, than the US andCanada.

Aroundthe Bay

County offersplanning course The Whatcom County planning and development department will host a freeshort-course in local planning at 6 p.m. Wednesday,...

Syresays he’s ‘bullish’ on Blaine

DavidSyre is bullish on Blaine’s future though likeFairhaven developer Ken Imus, he says that Blaine’spotential may take some years to fully...

Billcould substitute drivers’ licenses for passports

A bill introduced by Representative Louise Slaughter(D-NY) February 14 would require the Department of HomelandSecurity to conduct a state driver&rsquo...

Feds: ‘FightingWHTI is not going to help’

Bordercommunities concerned about the Western Hemisphere TravelInitiative (WHTI), which would require passports fortravelers at all border crossings, should...

Thu, Feb 15, 2007 

 

Library Link

Today’spublic libraries are a far cry from the reserved institutionsof yesterday.

Qualityof Life for Mature Adults

Blainewoman celebrates 100th birthday

BirchBay woman, 27, reflects on life in Mongolia

Birch Bay resident Brooke Pederson,27, has a passion for humanity. Pederson, a 2004 graduateof Trinity Western University in Langley, B.C., earnedher bachelor...

Blainestudent makes dean’s list

The followingstudents from Blaine made the Seattle Pacific University2006 Autumn quarter Dean’s List: Christopher Abbeyand Shannon Colacurcio.

BirchBay marathon this Saturday

The39th Annual Birch Bay Marathon is scheduled for 7:30a.m. Sunday, February 18.

Aroundthe Bay

Juvenileprobation volunteers wanted The city of Blaine’s juvenile diversion program is looking foradult volunteers to serve on their community accountability...

Ordinancecould shift growth north

Bellingham’sordinance banning so-called big box stores, aimed atkeeping businesses like Wal-Mart out of town, could havedramatic implications for...

Residentsvoice concerns over wharf district plan

Betterbeach access, pedestrian walkways and more mixed usesare some of the improvements that visitors to Blaine’sharbor can expect in upcoming years...

Councilvotes to postpone airport decision

ABlaine city council vote that would have determined thefate of the city’s airport was postponed this weekpending the return of absent council member...

Thu, Feb 8, 2007 

 

Youngat Heart

Welcome, monthof February. Does your timely arrival mean an ending towinter, or is there still more snowy surprises in store?

Worksof Birch Bay artist displayed at Bellingham venues

Roots,leaves, wildlife, women and abstractions are the subjectsof just a few of Birch Bay artist Jim Agnello’spieces on display in several Bellingham...

Qualityof Life for Mature Adults

Winteris birding season in Blaine

Richmondshooting victim was Blaine grad

A graduate of Blaine high schoolwas killed in a drive-by shooting in Richmond, B.C. lastmonth.

WhatcomCounty a leader in green

Whatcom Countyis leading in the realm of green building by registeringfor Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)certification of the Whatcom...

Viewpoint

“Weloved with a love that was more than love.” Thesewords of Edgar Allen Poe seek to express a concept that surpassesverbal expression. ...

Aroundthe Bay

BeachWatcher program training

Fedsfacing NEXUS renewal rush

Fiveyears ago 23,000 of the first NEXUS applicants swampedthe enrollment centers for the new commuter lane system.

TerrellCreek Landing project moving ahead

Aftera year of planning and another year of construction,the first phase of the 12-unit Terrell Creek Landingcondominiums in Birch Bay is completed and...

Meetingsto unveil Birch Bay town concepts

BirchBay residents are invited to see what a new Birch Baytown center might look like this Thursday.

Thu, Feb 1, 2007 

 

Blainestudent sets new world record

Here’s one politician whokeeps his campaign promises.

Conferenceexplores WHTI

AFebruary 15 conference at Western Washington Universitywill explore the potential economic effects of the WesternHemisphere Travel Initiative, which requires...


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