Thu, Sep 23, 2004 

 

Countyhearing examiner to rule on pipeline

WhatcomCount Hearing Examiner Michael Bobbink will hear closingarguments in an appeal of a county decision denying WilliamsPipeline’s applicationto...

FarmAid message: Local food is the best food

Asellout crowd of 28,000 jammed the White River Amphitheatreon the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation, near Seattle foran afternoon of good music and good ...

Thu, Sep 16, 2004 

 

Customsofficer in slammer for drugs

AU.S. customs officer is behind bars after he tried tosmuggle 536 pounds of marijuana from B.C. through the Lyndenborder crossing on Monday, September ...

HomeImprovementEntryways

“Putaway the shoes and coats!” urged Pat Long when talkingabout entry ways, often a house’s most overlookedarea. Long and her business...

Localgardeners show well

Fourarea gardens, three of them in Birch Bay and one in Blaine,won awards in this year’sWhatcom in Bloom competition sponsored by the WhatcomCounty...

Cityproposing changes to rules

Citycouncil will exert more scrutiny on major developmentsin Blaine if they choose to accept proposed new rules forhow these projects are reviewed.

Citizensprovide input into parks plan

Continuingon the recent trend of neighborhood solidarity, closeto a dozen Montfort Park area residents came before citycouncil to voice their opposition...

Boardwalkhits stumbling block

“Theboardwalk is just set for construction,” Blainecommunity and economic development director Terry Galvintold Blaine city council - with ...

Blaine: HollywoodNear North?

If youspot a few people gathered around town in little knotshere and there during the first 15 days of November, mostlyat night, you may have just stumbled...

Newpastor installed

Aformal installation service for Reverend Jim Chase, thenew pastor at Peace Arch Assembly of God in Blaine, willtake place at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, September...

Revell awardedWhitworth award

CassieRevell of Blaine has been awarded a $9,000 academic scholarship,which includes a $7,500 presidential scholarship to attendWhitworth College.

Baywater district nicks big grant

WhatcomCounty Executive Pete Kremen’soffice announced Monday that an $850,000 grant to installsewers and associated waste water collection apparatusin...

Cityconsidering big jump in sewer rates

Thecity’s general sewer plan isready for adoption, but city council is still tryingto digest that sewer rates and hookup costs may needto almost ...

Hobberlintrumps White inTuesday’s ballot

FormerBlaine mayor John Hobberlin is more than 500 votes aheadof fellow Blaine resident Dave White and seems certainto face Democratic incumbent Kelli ...

Thu, Sep 9, 2004 

 

Newsin Brief

Blaine city utility bills will be going down again inOctober after city council gave the go ahead to pass alonga decrease in the wholesale power rate from...

HomeImprovementSimplifying your approach...

Doyou have a part of your living space that just doesn’tseem to fit? Perhaps it’s a room in your house orapartment that always seems to be ...

Forthat fleeting moment in time...

Thesecond annual Smuggler’s Inn B&B Art Contestis under way this month and, according to innkeeper Bob Boule,over 30 artists have entered original...

Pluckydriver defies gun-wielding car thief

A 16-year-oldis being held in the Whatcom County Jail after trying tosteal a car last Wednesday afternoon, September 29, inBlaine from a Canadian driver...

Graba lifeline

Residents living in and around the Blaine community canbe screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke. LifeLine Screening will be at the Blaine senior...

Takinga different approach...

WhenDoug Knapp injured his back working in a warehouse 10years ago, physicians told him he’d need at leastsix months to heal. But following therapy...

Signof the times

RandyBryson, proprietor of the new sign shop in the BlaineInternational mall called Blaine Signs, will tell youwith a good-natured grin that he left what...

InternationalPeace Arch celebration to be held this Saturday

Theannual Dedication Day celebration at the Peace Arch takesplace this Saturday, September 11, from 1 to 4 p.m. inPeace Arch State Park. Sponsored by the...

TheSmiths do Tanzania in humanitarian style

Mikeand Paula Smith live in Blaine, but for the third timein four years they’ve been vacationing in Tanzania.Well, not exactly vacationing. They ...

Stategetting ready for SR 543 upgrade

TheWashington State Department of Transportation (DOT) hasbegun drilling test holes at the corner of D Street andthe truck route (Highway 543) in preparation...

Studentlands plane upside down in harbor

Flightinstructor Tyler Glahn, 20, of Blaine and his student,50-year-old John Becker of Eastsound, were injured Fridayevening when a Piper Cub floatplane...

Countypromises more clean water money

WhatcomCounty Executive Pete Kremen has pledged to include fundingfor shellfish protection in his 2005 budget proposalto county council, money the local...

Borderitesblow by Wolves in first win since 2001

The Borderites used a surprising big play offense andsuffocating rushing defense last Friday night at home tobeat the Coupeville Wolves 33-15 for their...


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