Wed, Jul 23, 2014 

 

George Raft Race, tall ships coming to Drayton Harbor Days

Drayton Harbor Days, one of Blaine's most entertaining annual events, is coming to Blaine Saturday and Sunday, August 2-3.

Birch Bay-Lynden Road construction to finish after brief delay

Construction at the Birch Bay-Lynden Road railroad crossing has experienced a slight delay.

City unveils new zoning guidelines

In an effort to simplify zoning requirements and promote a more aesthetically pleasing downtown area, city planners have drafted new architectural guidelines for downtown Blaine.

Fresh, local and delicious: The restaurants of Semiahmoo Resort

The sun sets over Drayton Harbor, casting its brilliant orange hues in blinding arcs across the water.

Veterans and descendents live with effects of chemical warfare

Forty years after American military personnel were exposed to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War, veterans and their offspring are still experiencing medical conditions that studies have increasingly linked to the toxic herbicide.

Red Cross looking for everyday heroes for awards

Every day, people across Whatcom County save lives and improve our communities, but never receive any recognition.

Birch Bay Discovery Days

Birch Bay Discovery Days photos

Blaine Insurance expands, Little Red Caboose changes owners

Blaine Insurance purchases Locker & Ebert Insurance

Three music festivals coming to county

The weekend of August 1-3 is a great time to be a music lover in Whatcom County, with not one but three music festivals catering to fans of every genre.

Wed, Jul 16, 2014 

 

Name change committees appointed

The opposing camps have been chosen, and the decision to change the name of Blaine (or not) may depend on how persuasive the two groups can be.

Blaine partners with NSEA to study local watersheds

Blaine City Council has approved a multi-year contract with the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA) to study and improve water quality in Drayton Harbor and the surrounding watersheds.

Capstone Physical Therapy opens in Blaine

In less than two years, Capstone Physical Therapy has grown from a husband-and-wife startup with one therapist and one support staff member to a company with four locations and 16 employees.

Playground, pavilion projects make strides

After initial plans came in at a higher cost than expected, city planners working with Cascade Design Group have come up with an alternative plan for a playground at Marine Park.

Lizzie's Cafe still serving up the classics

With a new sign in place, Nicki's Diner is now officially Lizzie's Cafe, and if the new sign confuses regulars, they will be pleasantly surprised to find the old classics are still on the menu - along with a few new items in the making.

Music fest - a swingin' good time

Musicians play for a dancing crowd at the Big Band Benefit concert at Semiahmoo Resort July 10.

Hot weather causes burn bans statewide

With a heat wave rapidly increasing fire danger throughout the state, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has expanded the burn ban from DNR-protected lands in eastern Washington to include those west of the Cascades.

Wed, Jul 9, 2014 

 

I-5 detours around Nooksack bridge in effect

Construction crews began detouring nighttime traffic around the Nooksack River bridge on I-5 on July 7.

Permits filed for new luxury spa at Semiahmoo

Speaking at a meeting of the Blaine Chamber of Commerce on July 2, community development director Michael Jones confirmed rumors that permits to construct a new destination spa on Semiahmoo spit have been filed at the city planning department.

Increased train traffic creates troubles for first responders

With flashing lights and blaring sirens, emergency vehicles can bypass traffic, run stoplights and exceed speed limits in order to save lives, but even emergency vehicles have to wait for trains at rail crossings.

Whatcom County updates EMS services

Whatcom County and the city of Bellingham have instituted changes to emergency medical response resources that will affect services in the city and the county.

Border agents arrest suspected child rapist

U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents arrested a Ferndale man suspected of child rape.

Insurance now required on larger and older boats

To combat environmental problems created by sunken boats, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has spearheaded new laws for older and larger vessels.

Big changes coming to Discovery Days festival

The 35th annual Birch Bay Discovery Days festival, taking place Saturday and Sunday, July 19 and 20, will be mixing things up this year, with some new locations and new events to complement the parade and arts and crafts festival.

Former Blaine student finds career geocaching

Alexandra Dolk first discovered geocaching by mistake, when she was still in middle school.

Blaine's Old-Fashioned Fourth of July

Northwest Ballet is coming to Blaine

The Northwest Ballet Theater (NBT) will perform a new ballet adaptation of Snow White, the old Brothers Grimm fairy tale, at the Performing Arts Center in Blaine on August 2.

Drayton Harbor Music Festival keeping jazz alive

Nick Biello, Ed Donohue and David Marriott, Jr. play a noon show in G Street Plaza.


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