Thu, Apr 5, 2007 

 

Judgeupholds Douglas appeal

“We hit a home run,” saiddeveloper Joel Douglas late last month after his successfulappeal in superior court of a stop work order issued inthe...

Galleryfeatures Blaine artist

The works of Blaine artistDonna-Lee Elke will be on display at Bellingham’sAllied Arts Gallery during the month of April.Elke is a contemporary and...

Blainetakes state for second time

TheBlaine high school knowledge bowl team won the 2007 state2A Knowledge Bowl at Camas high school last month ina three-round tournament among a field ...

Getout and grow

Spring is trying hard to “spring,” despitethe cold nights and heavy rains this month, and as theearly blooming rhododendrons and bulbs join...

Blaineartist featured in Skagit festival

A Blaine bamboo artist willbe featured in this year’s Pleasant Ridge RexvilleGrange Gallery, a showcase of organic art and crafts fromSkagit and ...

Blaineauction to benefit MS Society

A Bellinghamwoman is organizing a silent auction and dessert rafflein Blaine to raise money for the greater Washington chapterof the M.S. Society. Jennifer...

Whatcomin briefEmergency preparedness infoon display in county stores

The Whatcom County Health Department is teaming up with local grocery stores to help residents prepare for emergencies, such as a pandemic influenza or...

Designplan moves toward completion

Theunincorporated area of Birch Bay is moving closer toadopting design standards that could help protect itsnatural habitat, preserve character and quality...

Filmcreates Hollywood buzz and opportunity

Blainenative Ben Mallahan catapulted into the big time lastmonth on the strength of a 16-minute pilot episode fora new TV show. Called “Gamers,&rdquo...

Cogenerationplant hearing draws small crowd

Only two people showed up to speak at a public hearingheld by the state’s Energy Facility Site EvaluationCouncil (EFSEC) last Tuesday evening on ...

Thu, Mar 29, 2007 

 

Countyestablishesstormwater district

The Whatcom County Council passed an ordinanceTuesday evening that created the Birch Bay Watershed andAquatic Resources Management District despite the...

Colinaresearns top honors

Birch Bay realtor Cynthia Colinaresrecently earned the Century 21 Bay Properties’ CenturionProducer Award, as a result of her 2006 sales success....

Long-timeschool employee retires

WhenDonna Wiebe retires from the Blaine School District staffon March 30 two people will be hired to take her place.

Getout and grow

Spring is trying hard to “spring,” despitethe cold nights and heavy rains this month, and as theearly blooming rhododendrons and bulbs join...

BCThosts several events this month

The Blaine Community Theater(BCT) will host three events beginning with a “ThingFling” flea market sale next month from 9 a.m. to4 p.m. on ...

Yogainstructor specializes in Ayurvedic treatments

A newyoga instructor in Birch Bay is offering more than justlessons on stretching.

Aroundthe CitySenate approves bill for border-license card

The state Senate approved 43-3 a measure to facilitate border crossingsbetween Washington state and British Columbia with an enhanced driver’slicense...

Gangrumors unfounded, police say

Blaineschool district superintendent Ron Spanjer, in responseto rumors of gang activity at Blaine middle school lastweek, said there’s no evidence...

Cityextends public comment on East Maple Ridge

EastBlaine residents worried about storm water managementwith regards to a 353-unit planned development will haveadditional time to express their concerns...

WingsOver Water features water fowl, fun

Some major changes mark this year’s edition ofthe annual Wings Over Water (WOW) Northwest Birding Festivalset for Saturday, March 31, from 9 a.m....

Thu, Mar 22, 2007 

 

Blainestudent sets new world record

Here’s one politician whokeeps his campaign promises.

Couplebuys Blaine print shop

TwoBirch Bay residents have bought the former Pelican Pressin Blaine.Scott and Jacque Peterson acquired the small print anddesign shop in February, and...

DStreet to remain open in June

The D Street bridge over highway 543will be finished and open for traffic in June accordingto Patrick Fuller of the Washington State Department ofTransportation...

Bookexplores personality by wine

Areyou a communicative idealist who avoids conflict? Youmight be a merlot. A difficult perfectionist? You mightbe a pinot noir.Descriptions of personality...

Alpacafarm owners suing SSP over investigation

Johnand Kelly Wood, owners of Wildwood Alpaca Farm on SweetRoad, have sued Security Specialists Plus (SSP) PreferredAnimal Care for $107,500 over what ...

CongressmanJack Metcalf, 79, dies

Former U.S. Representativeand long-time state lawmaker Jack Metcalf (R-Washington)died Thursday, March 15 from complications relating toAlzheimer&rsquo...

Newranger hired at Peace Arch park

When Jason Snow took over as rangerat Peace Arch State Park last January he said he couldn’tbe happier with his new assignment. “It’s...


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