Thu, Mar 30, 2006 

 

Fatof the Land

BlaineCommunity Theater’s entertainingproduction of the wry but sizzling comedy the Fat ofthe Land by Pat Cook opens Friday night March 31 forsix...

Timeto rev up the garden activities

Nowthat spring is in bloom there is no time to sip tea bythe fireplace, it is time to get out in the garden andwork, work, work. There are beds to dig,...

Whispermakes a quiet debut in Birch Bay

Marinecolors and crisp citrus scents were the dominant themesEllen Shea had in mind when she designed Whisper on theBay, her long-awaited day spa on Birch...

‘Dirtybomb’ materials transported through Peace Arch

TheGovernment Accountability Office (GAO) announced Tuesdaythat undercover investigators were able to transport enoughradioactive material through the ...

Inbrief...

WitnesseswantedThe Washington State Patrol (WSP) is looking for anyone who may havewitnessed the February 28 crash on Interstate 5 that killed Blaineresidents...

Sewerplant costs gives council pause

BlaineCity Council members were looking a little numb at theend of a work session with a sobering bottom line: fora new sewer plant to go ahead, even a...

US-VISITprogram raises cross border qualms

Concernsabout more layers of requirements at the nation’sborders sound very similar whether you’re in Arizonaor Washington.“One of our...

Boardinvites public participation in hiring

Goingon past tradition, the Blaine school district board ofdirectors is actively seeking public input as they seekto replace school superintendent Dr. ...

Thu, Mar 23, 2006 

 

Fatalcrash investigation continues

The Washington State Patrol iscontinuing its investigation of a February 28 three-caraccident on I-5 that resulted in the deaths of two Blainehigh school...

AtThe Library

Your public library influences lives everyday. The kindergartnergiggles with delight after reading The Cat in the Hat byhimself for the first time. The...

?EverydayFitness opens new Blaine facility

?Everyday Fitness Training Center is opening a new athleticfacility Monday, March 27 in the Blaine International ShoppingCenter.The new 3,200-square-foot...

Aroundthe city...

Thisweek engineers will meet with members of the CitizensWastewater Advisory Committee to explain changes to plansfor the city’s new LighthousePoint...

Groupworks on sister city relationship

Agroup of 20 people met with Blaine city manager GaryTomsic last week to begin working toward making Blaineand the village of Pugwash, Nova Scotia, official...

?Steelquistreturns to coach soccer

?CoachDan Steelquist has returned to coach boys soccer at Blainehigh school after a six year absence, and said that oncethe team jells this year &ldquo...

Parkfees cut

Gov. Christine Gregoire signeda repeal bill Monday that would remove $5 day-use parkingfees from all Washington state parks. The move comes aftermuch speculation...

Blainesewer staff win award

Blainepublic works superintendent Leroy Dougall and lead maintenanceworker Jon Walter have each earned a $175 bonus for keepingthe sewer system free from...

Blainepedestrian hit by automobile

ABlaine man was still listed in serious condition at St.Joseph Hospital in Bellingham Wednesday after being hitby a vehicle on Birch Bay Drive Saturday...

A worldof treasures for the discerning homeowner

?Worldly Treasuresis back in business – thistime with new owners. The business, which specializes in exotic furniture and imported items,re-opened...

Larsenspeaks out on border rules

?The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) and the2010 Winter Olympics were the subjects of much discussionat an International Mobility and Trade...

Truckcrossing improvements get belated go-ahead

A$35 million project to widen and lower the truck route,State Route 543, between Boblett Street and the Canadianborder will begin next month thanks to ...

Fedsseize huge quantity of Ecstasy and pot

U.S.border officials seized more than $12 million worth ofEcstasy and marijuana that was being smuggled in a truckloadof shredded plastic.

Thu, Mar 16, 2006 

 

HomeImprovementDesign and craftmanship the key to framing

For Leah Burton, framing is just as much about design asit is about craftsmanship.

Councilapproves “innovative project.”

Blaine City Council has approveda preliminary plat for a vanguard subdivision that will highlightaffordable small homes and lots of shared open space.

Citycouncil considers concrete

Whenyou walk on the new Blaine boardwalk, the city wants youto think you’re walking on agedtimbers. What will really be under your feet is dyed andstamped...

News in Brief

Road race scheduled for April 9The Birch Bay International Road Race is scheduled for April 9 at 9a.m., starting at the Birch Bay Waterslides. Individuals...

Truckroute work to start in spring

Thereconstruction of the truck route between the freewayand the border is set to start in late April after thestate legislature approved additional funding...

Councilvotes to loosen downtown code restrictions

BlaineCity Council stopped short of giving free rein to downtowndevelopers, but they will give them more latitude.


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