Thu, Jul 26, 2001 

 

Should be fun...

The Rising Tide Summer Theater program’s performances of The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe will occur on July 27 and 28 at 7 p.m. Donations at...

Mallahan brings it home to Blaine

On the 20th to the 25th of June Ben Mallahan, a senior, who represented Blaine high school in the National Technology Student Association (TSA) Conference...

First test of manufactured house ordinance gets teary win

Faced with the entreaties of a local property developer and tears from a prospective buyer, city council set aside the recently adopted manufactured home...

Marine Drive slated for sewage tank

Despite posters, flyers and press releases, the public meeting on proposed near-term changes to Blaine’s sewer system drew more city staffers and ...

Expanded fire district makes its first personnel choices

The board of directors of the North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) took a major step toward consolidating the administrative operations of its...

Electricity rates to get hefty hike this fall

Blaine electric rates will go up 22 percent on the first of October to cover the increased cost of wholesale power the city buys from the Bonneville Power...

Thu, Jul 19, 2001 

 

Congratulations

The following Blaine students graduated from University of Washington.Tasha Michele Kiemel (Bachelor of Arts-English); Dartanion K. O. London (Bachelor...

Go, Becky!

Becky Riddle is off to California to compete in the Junior Olympics and you can help send her. She advanced to the Nationals by placing first in discus...

And free daycare be thy game

Early Childhood Opportunities Northwest (ECONW) of Bellingham will be sponsoring an open house to register children for various Head Start programs from...

Impatience be thy name

Maintenance on Interstate-5 began Sunday in Bellingham between Fairhaven Parkway and Bakerview Road. Construction will take place from 7:30 p.m. to 6 a.m...

The Arts:Alive and well and living in Blaine

The Blaine Open Studio held its inaugural celebration on Friday, July 13, as an estimated 600 enthusiastic art lovers jammed the new studio on Martin Street...

OK by us

Blaine city council has approved a $14,000 contract with the consultant firm of Chandler, Brooks and Donahoe, Inc. to provide tourism commercial recruitment...

Police ask for assistance in theft

Blaine police are asking for the public’s help finding the thief who stole specialized fishing equipment from a local web locker.Local fisher Danny...

Expect delays

Drivers may find they have more time to admire the scenery along Grandview Road until mid-August, due to traffic delays caused by construction of a sewer...

"Not suspicious"

“We don’t have any reason to believe there’s anything suspicious about the sinking,” said wharfinger Andy Peterson. “I’m ...

Break a leg!

The Rising Tide Summer Theater program’s performances of The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe will occur on July 27 and 28 at 7 p.m. Donations are...

Council puts two election questions to voters

Blaine city council agreed to have voters decide on funding a new fire station and a resident-led drive to change the city’s form of government although...

City to present stormwater solutions

A permanent solution to Blaine’s sewer overflow problems and a temporary solution to the shortfalls of the city’s old sewer treatment plant are...

Birch Bay’s Discovery Days get underway in big way

Well, it’s here again. The time of year when families dress up clams, wave at people in loud clothes with really big red noses and race yellow rubber...

Rainbows and art and food and entertainment...

“It’s fantastic! There’s art, there’s music, there’s entertainment, there’s food! Walk, take a bike, take a trike – ...

Thu, Jul 12, 2001 

 

Japan world softball champs

Second ranked Australia met their demise as third ranked Japan (Red) grabbed the International women’s softball championship title in a 6-1 defeat...

Rainbow maker opens art fest

The three-day International Arts Festival at Peace Arch Park begins July 20 with something really unusual: Fred Stern, an internationally recognized artist...

Open Studio inauguration

Over 40 painters from Washington and British Columbia will gather at the premiere of the Open Studio in Blaine, Friday, July 13, 7 p.m., in an exhibition...

Stores liven downtown streets

Gretchen Budnick and Chris Olason have moved a little home into their new downtown store, and they’re selling it off a little bit at a time. Olason...

BHS student heads to D.C.

Reilly Vinall, a 16-year-old student at Blaine high school, will travel to the U.S. capital city as a participant in an international conference, the Future...

Local kids looking for mentors

Eight Blaine kids need a special adult to help them grow-up. Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Whatcom County, a division of United Way, is looking for local...

Water negotiations on track

The growing community of Birch Bay wants to ensure its future ability to grow. The area went through a growth moratorium in the early 90s and Birch Bay...


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