Wed, Sep 18, 2013 

 

From A to Z: Library cards give you access to more than just books and a building

It's popular knowledge that with a library card you can check out books.

Wed, Sep 11, 2013 

 

Jail planners announce estimated costs

It's not going to be cheap to build the new jail.

Council passes on planning commission proposal

As far as development goes, the status quo reigns in the city of Blaine.

Skagit River bridge to be installed this Saturday

Southbound travel on Interstate 5 is about to experience another minor hiccup as workers move to place the newly built replacement span across the Skagit River this weekend.

Alaska Marine Highway to celebrate 50 years of service with event

The Port of Bellingham and the Alaska Marine Highway System are celebrating the Alaska Marine Highway's 50th anniversary.

Squirrels (and felons) beware

On August 28, an employee of the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office observed a man leaving his vehicle on the south side of the Whatcom County Jail with bow and arrow in hand.

Scholarships up for grabs for small business owners in Blaine

The city of Blaine and Western Washington University's (WWU) Small Business Development Center (SBDC) are offering five scholarships to local Blaine businesses.

Lace up your shoes and just keep putting one foot in front of the other

Clubbing. Cliff diving. Paper routes. There are some things that you can be too old for..

Farms open doors to the public for Whatcom County Farm Tour

September is Eat Local Month and it's time to celebrate the local farmers and food artisans who help supply us with the best of the region's bounty.

Icelandic volcano documentary to be shown at Blaine Public Library

Be thankful our local volcano, Mt. Baker, is relatively stable.

Early morning oyster tour

Want to learn more about how the Drayton Harbor oyster beds work?

Wed, Sep 4, 2013 

 

Anchors away: Local company finds niche serving Navy, Coast Guard

When the Navy needs new anchors and chains, it comes to Blaine.

Taking to the Sky

The City at Work: A review of recent and ongoing Blaine public works projects

It’s been a busy year at Blaine public works, and it’s far from over.

Marijuana gets the nod from Department of Justice

Legalized marijuana advocates can breathe a little easier – the federal government will not attempt to block Washington’s legal pot laws.

Swil Kanim to perform at First Friday event

Fans of beautiful music and passionate storytelling have learned to mark the first Friday on their calendars during the summer, and this Friday marks the last chance this year for newcomers to take part in a blossoming tradition.

McAuley plans visits to Blaine, Birch Bay

Blaine and Birch Bay residents are invited to come enjoy a slice of pizza, get to know their current port commissioner and hear about the work that the Port of Bellingham is doing around the county.

Community Meals to serve up free midweek supper to families, residents


Across the world, in more than 2 million locations, trinkets and baubles are hidden away in the roots of trees, under benches and on the sides of buildings waiting for someone with a stealthy eye and a knack for a little sleuthing to locate them.

Up in the wild blue yonder

Air Force Airman Colin D. Slyter graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

Back from Africa

Must…plan…faster!

With local development on the rise, Blaine’s community development team is approaching its workload limit.

Liquor Control Board approves rules governing marijuana market

Shortly after an announcement from the Department of Justice giving the green light to state marijuana laws in Washington and Colorado, the Washington State Liquor Control Board has approved the filing of supplemental rules aimed at governing a system of producing, processing and retailing recreational marijuana.

Wed, Aug 28, 2013 

 

Council agrees to retain tourism director position, fund other programs

The city of Blaine will be able to keep its toursim director after all.

Sheriff's office to change policies in wake of unlawful arrest

The unlawful arrest and ill treatment of an elderly, deaf Blaine man has brought about a change of policy for the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office.

Fresh faces arrive at Blaine School District

Leslie Drury of Ferndale has been hired by Home Connection as an Alternative Learning Education (ALE) instructor where she will teach language arts, social studies and math.

Teachers move into new science, life skills rooms

Contractors and teachers alike hustled to get the new science and life skills classrooms ready for students August 27, the day before the first day of classes.


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