Thu, Jun 30, 2005 

 

12-year-oldBlaine artist to sell at street fair

NicholeMorell recently sold $450 worth of her original watercolorsat Whidbey Island’sGreenbank Farm during The Islands Wine and ChocolateTour. Not...

Skateboardcontest a focus at the 4th of July

Thiscoming Monday’s Old Fashioned4th of July marks the official opening of the BlaineSkatepark with a competition that will last all afternoonand...

Blaineand Birch Bay serious about safety on dual holiday weekend

Theunsafe discharge of fireworks, both legal and illegal,is a growing public safety concern for the residentsand police officers in Blaine. Residents have...

Aroundthe City

Blaine city managerGary Tomsic is inviting the public to take a look at a proposed futurefor the city’s airport.

Thetrains in Blaine lay mainly stopped

Kirk Fredrickson, the rail planning and policy coordinatorfor the state department of transportation, came to Blaineto tell city council members about ...

BirchBay residential market continues to rev up

“I’venever seen anything like it,” saidBirch Bay Water and Sewer District (BBWSD) engineer DanEisses, referring to the dramatic increase...

Youwon’t be ‘board’ this 4th of July!

Thecentral event in this year’sOld Fashioned 4th of July will be the official openingof the Blaine Skatepark at 2 p.m. followed by an afternoonof...

Thu, Jun 23, 2005 

 

Twostudent teachers honored

TwoBlaine middle school student teachers recently graduatedfrom Western Washington University with distinctions fromWoodring College of Education.

BirchBay State Park considered to be one of the state’smost popular parks

Lyndenresidents Agneta and Paul Pernevi said they enjoy BirchBay State Park because of its 8,255 feet of beaches, theview of the Canadian Gulf Islands ...

BookReview

MarilynneRobinson, who teaches creative writing at the Universityof Iowa, recently won not only the National Book Critic’sAward, but also the Pulitzer...

BPwins community award

TheBP Cherry Point Refinery received the Association ofWashington Business Community Service Award for its salmonhabitat restoration efforts on Terrell...

Shapironominated for state teacher

Lastspring the Blaine school district administration nominatedBlaine primary school teacher Terre Shapiro as a Teacherof the Year candidate to the area...

Fireworksusers urged to use common sense and restraint this July4th

IndependenceDay is a time to celebrate our freedom. With this freedomcomes a shared responsibility to ensure the safe useof fireworks. Every year, houses...

Cityexpects stepped-up land rush by developers

Braceyourself for another flood of development applications,is the message from Blaine community development directorTerry Galvin.

Sheriff’sdepartment warns against stimulant use

OnApril 23, 2005 Ryan Morgan, age 17 and Corey Carlson,age 19 were found dead in the Morgan family home in the3700 block of Toad Lake Road, east of Bellingham...

Localman flying high

“Aviationhas always been my passion,” saidBlaine native Jeff Geer. At 46, he’s found a wayto make his passion pay off as he enters his...

D.C.-bound

BlaineMiddle School student Alexandra Grubb was invited alongwith 200 middle school students from across the countryto the Junior National Young Leaders...

Chillout and relax!

Want to relieve some stress from your life and find a physicaland mental balance? Don Heaverlo, CBT of d stress Biofeedbackcan help you by using a system...

City considers watermoratorium

Blaine city councilhas scheduled a July 11 public hearing to discuss withholding newwater service connections from properties outside the city limitsto...

Blainebusinesses to get speed boost

Blainebusinesses could get a high-speed boost to their Internetconnections in the near future if the Blaine City Councilapproves a contract between the...

Seagrassdeliberations scheduled to wind up

The Blaine Planning Commission hopes to finalize theirofficial recommendation to the Blaine City Council on theSeagrass Condominium development at Semiahmoo...

Welcometo gun-totin’ Canada, eh?

Canadiansenators want to see the face at the Canadian borderlook more like its U.S. counterpart: armed and focusedon people instead of goods.

Thu, Jun 16, 2005 

 

Summerprograms at the B&G Club

TheBlaine Boys & Girls Club is sponsoring the 2005Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). A free lunch will beserved from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m....

Clamcounters wanted

The Whatcom County Marine Resources Committee will becoordinating a survey of clams along the shoreline of BirchPoint on Thursday, June 23, and is looking...

Grandre-opening this Saturday

Rick Greenhow,owner of The Pizza Factory, still has the note a Nooksack juniorhigh softball team left on a table one night to say how much theyenjoyed ...

Bordertownand Bandidos linked

Onelocal business has been closed down for six months, ifnot permanently, and another has been crippled as threelocal people were arrested as a part of...

Blainecouncil approves new downtown rules

BlaineCity Council approved new rules for downtown designedto make development more likely, stepping over severalmore restrictive recommendations from ...


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