Thu, Mar 1, 2001 

 

License office moving

The Bellingham Driver Licensing office is moving to a new location. The new office will be open to the public beginning February 28. The new location is...

Quake shakes the state

Just before 11 a.m. Wednesday, Blaine got shaken - not stirred - by an earhtquake centered in the south Puget Sound area.

Blaine's own jazz giants

The sound of jazz rang through the University of Idaho’s campus last weekend as 300 bands from across the US and Canada played at the Lionel Hampton...

Council hopefuls line up

So far five local residents have applied to fill John Hobberlin’s spot on city council when he steps down at the end of March.

Covering all the sewer bases

To seek federal funding for a solution to Blaine’s wastewater treatment problems, city manager Gary Tomsic met with Washington’s congressional...

Motivating with oysters

Drayton Harbor is poised to be the only body of water in the state’s history where oysters are planted in a prohibited area as an incentive to clean...

HOME IMPROVEMENT

Fisherman to fountain maker

The season for scrubbing

Spring is in the air. Grass is greener, birds are singing, and it’s time for spring cleaning.

Phamphlet helps age gracefully

The Washington Association of Housing and Service for the Aging (WAHSA) has produced a new resource to help older adults find a retirement community, senior...

School asks voters for $20 million

It’s official: Blaine School District will ask voters to pass a $19.7 million bond issue May 15.

Proposed rules would give signs a low profile

The Blaine Planning Commission is reviewing a set of sign regulations that would reduce permit fees and end an expired six-month moratorium on off-premise...

City examines early link to Birch Bay sewers

Anticipating early approval of the express feeder electrical project by the Army Corps of Engineers, city staff is looking at the feasibility of tying ...

Thu, Feb 22, 2001 

 

It's one Zell of a talk!

If you have a story to tell, Jim Zell wants you to tell it, and he wants to make sure it can be heard for generations. “This is about our history,...

From solder to art...

by Meg Olson

Northern Hawk owl sighted

by Eileen Tuomaala

The end (of the season) is near!

Local professionals will bring the final curtain down on the Pacific Arts Association’s extraordinary 2000-2001 season.

Ellis sentenced for arson

At a Tuesday sentencing hearing Dennis J. Ellis was sentenced to 90 days in jail for setting fire to his parent’s Adelia Street house.

The best and the brightest

A hefty list of Blaine high school students reached academic pinnacles last semester.

Yuummm!

The Girl Scouts are once again out to satisfy your sweet tooth and raise money to perpetuate their organization.

Funds available for volunteers

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is looking ways to spend $1.6 million to be distributed a grants.

Bright lights, big hearted city

Spooner Creek Nursery is gearing up early to make the 2001 Points of Light Christmas charity drive the most successful yet. Through the event, local businesses...

On tap at the Blaine PAC...

Yet another world class musician will make his way to the humble PAC and the welcoming hearts of that pocket of the Blaine community thirsting for culture...

State proposes parks day-use fees

Citizens of Washington are used to free use of state parks, but that will most likely come to an end a year from now, when users of Peace Arch park, Birch...

District 13: come on down!

For the first time in its history, fire district #13 is inviting community members to attend its annual awards banquet.

Blaine's Burden takesstate wrestling crown

Borderite Steven Burden defeated rival David Barber of Orting 8-6 in overtime to win the 152-pound state wrestling championship February 16-17 at Mat Classic...

Planners nix wider use for business park

It never hurts to ask.

Fri, Feb 16, 2001 

 

It's one Zell of a talk!

If you have a story to tell, Jim Zell wants you to tell it, and he wants to make sure it can be heard for generations. “This is about our history,...


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