Thu, Oct 19, 2006 

 

Vigildedication honors Blaine’s Icelandic heritage

Fog,that age-old enemy of the fisherman, couldn’tdampen the spirits of the 500 or so Blaine residents andvisiting friends who gathered at the H Street...

Congressto examine efficiency of passport rule

TheNEXUS program is celebrating the 100,000 participantmilestone but new applicants are still waiting as longas they did during the stampede to get the...

Thu, Oct 12, 2006 

 

Briefs

Peace Arch monument featuredin national publication

Historicalbuilding open on Oct. 19

The School of Industries-Department of Public Welfarebuilding is 100 years old this year. Current owner, HorstBansner, Big Red School House LLC, wishes...

Blaineservice station changes name, business strategy

Joeand Sue Khoury, local owners and operators of Crazy Dazy’sservice station and convenience store for the past fouryears, recently became Texaco...

Health& Wellness

Local spas offer body detoxificationservices

Century21 hires new agents

Century 21 Bay Properties ispleased to announce a host of new agents who have joinedits firm as sales associates.

BlaineConservatory open for dancing, lessons

Thearts scene in Blaine has taken a grand jeté,or leap forward with the opening of the Blaine Conservatory,a dance studio in an extensively remodeled...

Aroundthe City

Quietzones

Trilliumscheduled to open Blaine office

TheTrillium corporation has announced plans to open an officein Blaine.

Councilvotes 4-3 to keep airport, adopt master plan

Afternearly a year of debate, Blaine City Council narrowlyvoted to keep the Blaine Municipal Airport, halting plansto the 42 acres of prime industrial-zoned...

Vigilceremony scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 14

Inunveiling a bronze sculpture that is already being calledthe centerpiece of downtown Blaine, a combination ofcity officials and directors from the sponsoring...

Thu, Oct 5, 2006 

 

Youngat Heart

The senior center is back to a busy schedule after arelaxing summer. A six-week yoga class begins October 6, from 6:30 to 7:30p.m. Bring a mat and blanket...

Schoolhires Gibson, Button

The Blaine school board is nowback up to full strength, having appointed Charles Gibsonto fill Barrie Hull’s unexpired term and ShelleyButton to ...

Onthe Waterfront

October is here, and with it,commercial crab fishers are out fishing for dungeness crab.

Passportrules delayed until 2009

Thecongressional requirement for a passport to enter theU.S. has been pushed back 17 months, but some membersof Congress want it made clear that doesn&...

Aroundthe City

Power outagecaused by wreck

Sewerrate hikes expected in 2007

Blaineresidents can expect their monthly sewer charges to increaseannually beginning in 2007.

Democratslead in state primary election votes

Thesecond primary election to feature voting by party washeld in Washington state last month, and according toWhatcom County Auditor Shirley Forslof, &...

Firedistrict to appeal decision to superior court

Morestaffing and resources are needed if fire district 13is to bring service up to standard levels required bythe state, fire commissioners and residents...

Thu, Sep 28, 2006 

 

Classoffers training in sustainable farming

How do smaller farms identifyand use the advantages of their size? This isa key question in a semester-long course offered this fallin...

Congressmulls different border bills

Thefinal version of the new homeland security spending bill,due to be voted on before Congress ends its regular sessionthis week, includes a reprieve for...

Briefs

Classes teach how to garden by the bayThe Shore Stewards, a volunteer group led by WashingtonState University’s Beach Watchers program, will hosta...

HomeImprovement

Shrubs and trees

Trilliumunveils plans for Point Whitehorn

The Trillium Corporation unveiledplans last Monday for Alden Reach, a major developmentproject to be located on a thousand-plus acre waterfronttract south...

Aroundthe City

Waterpressure improvementsResidents living betweenthe watershed and Sweet Road who experience low waterpressure are scheduled to receive improvements, ...

Growth,infrastructure, are top concerns for Blaine citizens

Managing growthand maintaining infrastructure are top concerns of Blaine residents,according to a series of informal meetings that polled individualsabout...


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