Thu, Mar 20, 2008 

 

Civil liberty groups sue DHS

The Asian Law Caucus (ALC) and Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) filed suit in February against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for denying...

Local feminist author to speak at Blaine library

In 1994, three book-loving friends, Jesse Larsen, Erica Bauermeister and Holly Smith, wanted a convenient, content-rich guide to the great works of female...

Briefs

Deadline for beach watcher program is March 27

BPA settles public utilities lawsuit

Blaine ratepayers might see a temporary reduction in their electricity bill soon, after the city was awarded a rebate from a lawsuit against the Bonneville...

Two found dead in Birch Bay woods

Whatcom County law enforcement officials are investigating the deaths of two county residents who were found near a Birch Bay cabin last weekend.

DOT to repair I-5 lanes near Bellingham in April

Drivers commuting between Bellingham and Birch Bay and Blaine may want to plan alternate routes during the next few months.

Thu, Mar 13, 2008 

 

Lynden antique show features two Blaine women

The annual spring Lynden Craft and Antique show at the Northwest Washington Fairgroundsstarts March 13.

Home Improvement

Decking materials vary in cost, suitability

Blaine police reserve academy seeks candidates

The Blaine Police Department does a credible job of maintaining law and order inside the city limits, a demanding job that’s complicated, to put ...

Magic show to raise funds for Close-Up trip

Local teenager and world teen champion of magic, Sterling Dietz will be performing the evenings of March 14 and 15 at 7 p.m. at the Blaine performing arts...

Blaine high school graduate will travel to Tanzania

A Blaine high school senior will join United Planet to provide invaluable support to a community in Tanzania, while being immersed in Tanzanian life and...

City seeks input on new website

The city of Blaine has created a new web site in an attempt to make it easier for residents to access information.

Border construction halts annual festival

This year’s mass gathering of Canadian and American scouts known as Hands Across the Border has been postponed until next year, according to Bob ...

Around the City

Area Easter egg hunts scheduled

City to consider $18 million town center

Plans for an $18 million mixed-use city hall development that would include private condominiums and public office spaces are moving closer to becoming...

Blaine school bond falling short of approval

School bond requests went down to defeat yesterday across the county as voters apparently shied away from new tax burdens as the economy sours. In preliminary...

Local water sources are safe, officials say

In light of the recent discovery of traces of pharmaceutical compounds in drinking water sources of many major U.S. cities, local water officials want ...

Thu, Mar 6, 2008 

 

The Borderite Report March - April 2008

Brought To You By The Blaine School District

Young at Heart

We at the Blaine Senior Center were deeply saddened by the passing of Toni Peller after her courageous battle with cancer. Toni will be deeply missed, ...

Home Improvement

That old, stinky stand-by still the best gardening prep

Blaine woman knows the real meaning of community

Judy Urquhart of Blaine sometimes uses her writing skills to remind corporate executives that she wants no nonsense excuses when their products don&rsquo...

Driver in fatal Blaine Road crash dies

A Ferndale woman suspected of vehicular homicide in a crash that killed a Birch Bay resident last December died from her injuries.

Northwest Park levy gives district “a new lease on life”

A levy sponsored by the Northwest Park and Recreation District passed overwhelmingly last November, giving the rejuvenated agency a new lease on life. ...

School district disposes of 22 cases of pre-cooked beef

Following the advice of the Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), the Blaine school district got rid of 22 cases ...

At BHS, just not enough to go around

Editor’s Note: Paul Moore is a senior at Blaine High School. His opinion was written as part of his senior project, a requirement for graduating ...

Briefs

New cameras for border crossings

Pedestrian hit crossing truck route

Blaine police officers are investigating a pedestrian-car collision involving an elderly man and a B.C. driver.


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