Thu, Dec 13, 2007 

 

Voters deserve voting process reconsideration

Next November voters will decide if they want to return to electing all county council members in the general election.

Young at Heart

Welcome to December and the wintery month of festive celebration. Now in this most wonderful time of the year, our hope for each one – an abundance...

Harpist returns for Christmas concert

Harpist Jill Whitman once again headlines the Pacific Arts Association’s annual Christmas concert set for 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, December 16, at the...

Aroundthe City

Blaine chamber elects members

H Street slated for improvements

East Blaine will need new roads as its population continues to grow, according to a report by Perteet, Inc. an Everett-based engineering and planning firm...

Blaine man, 42, killed in Birch Bay Drive crash

A 42-year-old Blaine resident was killed December 7 when his vehicle left the road on Birch Bay Drive and struck a large tree.Washington State Patrol reports...

New intersection is point of concern

A swerve that developers put into Birch Bay Drive just east of the entrance to Birch Bay Village was the scene of numerous minor accidents over the weekend...

Thu, Dec 6, 2007 

 

Aroundthe City

Volunteer to visit the lonely

Survey examines border crossers

Who crosses the border and why, or why not?

Officials smell fowl play in Birch Bay bird case

Whatcom County Sheriff Sgt. Scott Huso said Wednesday morning that they have had contact with Michael A. Koenen, former owner of the 7061 Jackson Road ...

Initial results from Birch Bay study released

When Whatcom County adopted the Birch Bay subarea plan in 2004, it recommended that Birch Bay eventually be incorporated into a city to maintain adequate...

Thu, Nov 29, 2007 

 

GSAto postpone ‘lane squeezing’

The finalized traffic plan during constructionat the Peace Arch will shift the pain from the project’sstart to its finish.

Beefban lifted, lamb remains

Alberta beef is back on the menu after the U.S. agriculturalauthorities lifted the ban on personal importation of beefNovember 19. Lamb chops, however,...

Youthin government day

An invaluable experiencefor youth

Citydepartments trim budgets for 2008

City departments have been asked to trim their budgetsthis year while still maintaining current staff levels,according to the city’s 2008 budget ...

Gardeningin December is not impossible

December is not a very inviting monthin the garden. It’s cold, wet and dark. It’stime to relax and regenerate, to celebrate and reflectupon...

Schoolboard honors Mike Dodd

The Blaine school board began its regularmonthly meeting last Monday evening by recognizing Mike Doddfor over 30 years of service as a board member. Dodd...

Signs inform Blaine waterfront visitors

The first three in a series of 11 waterfrontinterpretive signs designed to tell visitors about wildlife, localhistory and area geology are nearing completion...

Blaineauthor schedules December book signings

Blaineresident Evelyne Picot-Gory has scheduled a series of booksignings this month for the release of her newest murder-mysterybook Peter’sFlaw....

Aroundthe City

Burnaby man arrested with ecstacy at border

Holidaycelebrations begin with lights

Theholiday season festivities kick off this Saturday withmusic, entertainment, arts and crafts and a visit fromthe big guy himself. Kids of any age will...

Cityproposes 9 percent sewer rate hike in 2008

Blaine residents can expecttheir monthly sewer charges to increase again next year,making Blaine wastewater rates the highest in the county.

BirchBay forum will examine incorporation

BirchBay residents will examine the feasibility of incorporationnext week during a community forum scheduled with theregional planning firm Berk and Associates...

Thu, Nov 22, 2007 

 

Waterfrontplan to improve wharf, save historic train depot

A major piece of Blaine’s history, the 98-year-oldformer Northern Pacific depot just south of the MarineDrive crossing, is likely to be preserved...

Youthin government day

An invaluable experiencefor youth

Aftera long winter, restaurant gets warm reception

After a winter of extensive remodeling, Jim and CarolynWynstra of Lynden have opened CJ’s Beach House Restaurantin the building previously used by...

DraytonHarbor Road repairs begin

Whatcom County public works crews willbegin long-awaited road repairs on Drayton Harbor Roadthis week between Shintaffer and Harborview Roads.


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