Thu, Jun 23, 2005 

 

City considers watermoratorium

Blaine city councilhas scheduled a July 11 public hearing to discuss withholding newwater service connections from properties outside the city limitsto...

Blainebusinesses to get speed boost

Blainebusinesses could get a high-speed boost to their Internetconnections in the near future if the Blaine City Councilapproves a contract between the...

Seagrassdeliberations scheduled to wind up

The Blaine Planning Commission hopes to finalize theirofficial recommendation to the Blaine City Council on theSeagrass Condominium development at Semiahmoo...

Welcometo gun-totin’ Canada, eh?

Canadiansenators want to see the face at the Canadian borderlook more like its U.S. counterpart: armed and focusedon people instead of goods.

Thu, Jun 16, 2005 

 

Summerprograms at the B&G Club

TheBlaine Boys & Girls Club is sponsoring the 2005Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). A free lunch will beserved from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m....

Clamcounters wanted

The Whatcom County Marine Resources Committee will becoordinating a survey of clams along the shoreline of BirchPoint on Thursday, June 23, and is looking...

Grandre-opening this Saturday

Rick Greenhow,owner of The Pizza Factory, still has the note a Nooksack juniorhigh softball team left on a table one night to say how much theyenjoyed ...

Bordertownand Bandidos linked

Onelocal business has been closed down for six months, ifnot permanently, and another has been crippled as threelocal people were arrested as a part of...

Blainecouncil approves new downtown rules

BlaineCity Council approved new rules for downtown designedto make development more likely, stepping over severalmore restrictive recommendations from ...

Communitykeeps up pressure on road issues

Concernover the inadequacies of Lincoln Road east of ShintafferRoad and emergency access issues arising from the closureof Drayton Harbor Road last winter...

Thu, Jun 9, 2005 

 

Arts& Music Awards 2005

Evening of the Arts, May 31

BlaineHigh School 2005 Recognition Night

Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Creditableresults at state competition

ThreeBlaine high school teams went to state tournaments lastweek and each brought something home: a first and sixthplace in boys and girls golf and a hard-won...

Comingsand goings to be monitored by radio tags

TheDepartment of Homeland Security (DHS) will be testingUS Visit, an automated entry-exit system at both bordercrossings in Blaine beginning August 1, ...

Residentscall for road improvements now

Blaineand Birch Bay residents who are trying to get WhatcomCounty to repair and upgrade area roads found out Tuesdayat a county council committee on roads...

Thu, Jun 2, 2005 

 

Workshop oncollege tuition set

A free workshop for parents on college funding will beheld Tuesday, June 14 at the Blaine high school sciencelecture hall, 1055 H Street.The workshop provides...

Whatmakes Mike Kent run?

“WhenI was 12 and my brother Jeff eight, Dad dropped us offat the docks in Ilwaco, Washington and told us to finda job. That night both of us came...

Historyof the Peace Arch

Part Four: Peace Arch PoetryWenatchee World columnist Alice Buchanan was a Pullman passenger aboardthe Empire Builder in 1928 when she happened to meet...

Airportto hold appreciation day

Blaineairport is holding a community appreciation day and wouldlike you to come out on Saturday, June 11 from 9 a.m.to 3 p.m.

BirchBay committee opts to pursue incorporation

TheBirch Bay Steering Committee (BBSC) voted eight to threelast week to follow the recommendation of its implementationsubcommittee on governance and seriously...

Cityto pursue sister city status with Pugwash

Fiftyyears ago, 11 of the world’s most recognizedscientists signed a plea for governments of the world “tofind peaceful means for the settlement...

Thu, May 26, 2005 

 

Badgas produces rash of problems

Arash of car problems that began in western Washingtonand which has spread down the I-5 corridor as far southas California has been traced to a batch of...

Anevening of Celtic entertainment on tap at the PAC

In adoptinga baby girl from China this next year, Michelle Lindseyof Birch Bay is about to realize a life-long dream, onethat she’s eager to share...

Ridingto Mexico on a jetski

A 56-year-oldgrandmother left Blaine last Friday on a jet ski, boundfor her San Diego home. But before you jump to any conclusions,she’s not nuts...

LibraryLink

Excitingnews for the month – the BlaineLibrary now has air conditioning.

Middleschool principal candidates interviewed

Blaine schooldistrict’s 26-member middle school principal selectioncommittee interviewed five candidates Tuesday for the position beingvacated by...

Counciltakes first look at road plan

Therewere few surprises for Blaine City Council as they gavefirst reading to the city’snew six year transportation plan.


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