Wed, Nov 3, 2010 

 

Council to discuss property tax hike

Those wanting to comment on the city of Blaine’s proposed 2011 budget will want to attend the next council meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, November 8.

Octoberfest

Ron Snyder and Allie Ryser perform accordian music at the Good Samaritan Society - Stafholt center during their Octoberfest celebration last month.

Port of Bellingham unveils 2011 budget

The Port of Bellingham board of commissioners will hear a presentation about the port’s 2011 budget during their regular meeting at 3 p.m., Tuesday, in the Harbor Center at 1801 Roeder Avenue.

Free tax workshop offered for businesses

The Bellingham office of the Washington State Department of Revenue is hosting a free workshop for new and small business owners from 1 to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, November 9, at the Washington State Patrol/ Washington State Dept. of Transportation Conference Room, located at 3920 Airport Way in Bellingham.

Border agent gets 2 years probation

A former immigration agent based at the Peace Arch border crossing has been sentenced to two years of probation for importing steroids.

Loomis Hall Gallery celebrates fall with art, concerts

Loomis Hall Gallery is celebrating autumn with a solo art exhibit and piano concert featuring Beethoven’s “Archduke” and Dvorak’s “Opus 65.”

City OKs $43,000 for airport cul-de-sac

In its regular meeting October 25, Blaine City Council has approved a $43,000 amendment to a design contract with Reichhardt & Ebe to develop a new street segment on the south side of the former municipal airport.

Author of Ed Sullivan biography to speak in Blaine

Fans of The Ed Sullivan Show will want to attend a special two-hour event featuring New York newspaper columnist Gerald Nachman, author of ”Right Here On Our Stage Tonight! Ed Sullivan’s America,” the biography of Sullivan.

Notes from the Blaine senior center

The Blaine senior center hosts regular free creative writing classes for members.

Coffee of the month

The Woods Coffee in Birch Bay Square will be featuring 100 percent Kenyan coffee as their whole bean coffee of the month for November.

Thrift store has unique business model

Birch Bay resident K.C. Dishon, l., with her sister-in-law, Jayme Jacobs in her Dollar Thrift Store at Grandview Business Park.

Local angel group seeks entrepreneurs

The Bellingham Angels are a local group of investors dedicated to providing equity capital to early and mid-stage entrepreneurial companies in the Pacific Northwest, with an emphasis on Whatcom, Skagit and Island counties.

Chamber elects new directors

The Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce recently elected their new board of directors during their last general meeting, October 19.

NSEA schedules work party Nov. 20

The Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA) and the Chums of Terrrell Creek volunteer group have scheduled a work party to restore native trees and shrubs.

Young At Heart: Cold, windy days and warm hearts

Another year grows calmly old What promises new November brings, beyond the cold and windy days, and icy snow which well may fall.

Thu, Oct 28, 2010 

 

North Cascades band to perform at PAC

Music lovers who want to support the Blaine high school wind ensemble will want to attend “Gershwin and Friends,” part of a concert series by the North Cascades Concert Band later this month.

Blaine proposes $11 sewer rate hike in 2011

Blaine residents can anticipate a large increase in sewer rates next year, but how much is still uncertain.

Teen injured after falling out of car

Blaine police responded to an accident involving an 18-year-old who had fallen out of a moving car on Friday evening near the Blaine primary school on Boblett Street.

Art for the seasons

The Loomis Hall Gallery will host several festivities this holiday season.

Birch Bay Water and Sewer wins award

The Washington state department of ecology (DOE) presented The Birch Bay Water and Sewer District with a 2009 outstanding wastewater treatment plant award on Tuesday, October 19.

Blaine man killed in single-car crash

A Blaine man was killed Friday, October 22, when the truck he was driving rolled over on Interstate 5.

Meeting to discuss watershed issues

The Birch Bay Watershed and Aquatic Resources (BBWARM) district will be hosting a free event to help citizens and managers save money, protect water quality, and reduce flooding through the proper maintenance of privately owned storm water systems.

WeSNIP event to raise cash for pets

The Whatcom County WeSNIP organization has scheduled a garage sale this weekend to help provide free and low-cost spay and neutering to dogs and cats of low-income residents.

Ghouls and goblins make Halloween driving spooky

For motorists, the spooky part about Halloween is that little ghouls and goblins often dress in dark colors and in costumes that cover their eyes, and some get so excited they simply forget road safety rules.

Olympic curler pleads guilty to smuggling

A Canadian curling gold medalist arrested in Blaine in April pled guilty to counterfeit drug charges in a Seattle courtroom last week.

‘Dead Prom Date’ party this Saturday

The Blaine Library will be hosting a “Dead Prom Date Party” on Saturday, October 30, 6:15 to 9:00pm.

At 85, local developer keeps on truckin’

In a time where small businesses are failing across the country, Bellingham’s Fairhaven district is bursting at the seams, and the man behind it all now has set his eyes on Blaine.


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