Thu, Jun 26, 2008 

 

Clumsy Lovers headline Blaine’s 4th of July bash

Blaine’s Old Fashioned Fourth of July celebration hit the big time several years ago when due to a combination of factors it drew several thousand...

City approves ‘buy back’ for green customers

The city of Blaine has just made it easier to be green.

Thu, Jun 19, 2008 

 

Run to the Border, 2008

Whatcom Fitness owner Alan Finston and his son Jacob in the 2008 Run to the Border event Saturday. A total of 260 runners participated. Local 1st winners...

Museum hosts nautical events

The Whatcom Museum’s exhibition, World of the Shipwright: From Wood to Fiberglass, explores the golden years of boat and shipbuilding in the region...

Brown & Cole confirm store plans

The Brown & Cole Stores grocery chain confirmed last week that they will operate the store for which a lease has been taken out in the vacant grocery...

For a $400 fee, Blaine couple takes on hassle of car shopping

Did you know that to get the best deal on a car it takes an average of 34.2 hours of your time? That’s almost a full work week spent in research,...

Whatcom County farms offer freshness, superior quality

For delicious hand-made artisan cheese, north Whatcom County residents have little reason to look further than their own backyard.For three generations...

Briefs

Ski to Sea video contest on YouTube

Drayton Harbor Road now open

Drivers wanting a shorter route to Semiahmoo will now have that option after crews finished long-awaited reconstruction work of Drayton Harbor Road.

Water conservation guides in effect

Blaine and Birch Bay residents are being asked to voluntarily cut back on their water usage for the rest of the summer.

CBP to install RFID chip readers at Blaine ports

Another construction project is scheduled to be layered onto the already under-construction Peace Arch port of entry, but Customs and Border Protection...

Birch Bay teen killed in steamroller ‘joyride’

A Birch Bay resident who took a steamroller on a joyride was killed when the machine he was riding on tipped over.

Thu, Jun 12, 2008 

 

Run to the Border this Saturday

More than 100 youth turned out at last year’s 5K Run to the Border. This year’s race starts at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 14, at the Blaine...

Monthly meetings

Alanon Meetings: Blaine meets Tuesdays at 1 – 2 p.m., Wednesdays 7:30 – 9 p.m., Blaine Unitarian Free Church at 1218 Harrison St. Call 371-...

Busy B & Co. a labor of love

Bridgette Sanford is a woman with an out-of-control hobby. Fortunately, she also has the business sense and know-how to back it up.

NW Park district calls on community to serve

The Northwest Park and Recreation District #2 (NWPRD) introduced its new office manager, Linda Roorda, at its regular board meeting Tuesday night and issued...

Local Timber Ridge students graduate

Eight local high school seniors will graduate from Timber Ridge alternative school this June. They are Brianna Larsen, Lauren Davidson, Natalie Berry, ...

Deal reached for Birch Bay Square

A California corporation has signed a lease and plans to open an upscale grocery at Birch Bay Square by November. Hancock Park Associates of Los Angeles...

Blaine high school is number 8 in top 10 state schools

Blaine high school moved up from tenth to eighth among the top high schools in the state and two spots nationally, from 751st to 749th, over their rankings...

Around the City

Dinner to benefit local salmon runs

Blaine man arrested in drug ring

A Blaine man was one of 38 individuals arrested in connection with a Canadian drug smuggling ring with ties to the Hell’s Angels Outlaw Motorcycle...

Sailing school begins June 15 at Blaine harbor

Blaine’s first on-the-water sailing school open to the general public starts this Sunday afternoon, June 15, and according to coordinator Ron Snyder...

Harborside developer asks for second deferral

The developer of the long-awaited Harborside condominium project on Peace Portal Drive got what he asked for.

Thu, Jun 5, 2008 

 

Local couple starts ride-share program

With the rising cost of gas, a Birch Bay couple has taken the initiative to help her fellow neighbors.

Whatcom water districts join in conservation efforts

Recognizing the growing importance of effective management of precious water resources, cities and water districts in Whatcom County are forming a regional...

Police search for murder suspect

Bellingham police detectives are still searching for Derek Collier, a suspect in the murder of motorist David Datskiy on May 11.

Young at Heart

Here we are, June at last,Hoping are we that winter has pastLooking forward to gardening and roses in bloom,June, you have come and none too soon....


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