Thu, Dec 2, 2004 

 

Workersprevent major damage

Apair of quick-thinking construction workers saved theday for a Blaine resident and her pets after they discovereda fire in a house in the 9700 lock of...

Takea walk on the sunny side of the street

Takea walk downtown for some of the comfort and joy thatmakes a small town Christmas memorable. There’splenty of public parking around city hall ...

Delaysand access top concerns of residents

Inthe second meeting in as many weeks, Blaine residentsreacted strongly Tuesday night to federal plans to expandthe Customs and Border Protection (CBP)...

Thu, Nov 25, 2004 

 

Newscooter law planned

If youwere thinking about buying your kid one of those motorizedscooters this holiday season, you may want to think again.

Onthe Waterfront

The local fishing fleet has been busy with salmon fishingfor chum salmon out of the Blaine harbor area. There wasa successful catch for most salmon fishers...

Interestedin performing?

TheBlaine schools music department will present its annualBlaine community Christmas holiday concerts on Tuesday,December 14, and Wednesday, December 15...

Youthpastor sentenced

Theyouth pastor who was caught last year trying to smugglea 16-year-old girl into Canada by hiding her in the trunkof his car has been sentenced to seven...

Andthe survey says, no way

Resultsare in from a telephone survey asking citizens if theywant more of Semiahmoo Spit to be public lands, and theydo. They just don’t wantto pay...

Downtownplanning sessions highly lauded

Thecity of Blaine’s planning departmenthosted a group planning exercise known as a charrettelast week in the city council chambers, and as a resultwill...

BirchBay to revise water, sewer rates

TheBirch Bay Water and Sewer District commissioners haveapproved a revised rate structure effective January 1,2005.

Thu, Nov 18, 2004 

 

Areyou a type 2 risk?

November is American Diabetes Awareness Month. Accordingto the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, diabetesis the sixth deadliest disease in the...

GivingTree program gets underway

TheBlaine Chamber of Commerce is once again sponsoring theGiving Tree program this Christmas season to help bringChristmas to needy children in the area...

Here’syour chance to have a fine dinner and enjoy some poeticjustice

Enjoya fun evening of fine food, drama and murder. Blainecommunity theater is presenting Poetic Justice, a dinnertheater/murder mystery that is sure to...

Helpthe food bank

Here’s a winning combination. You can help needyneighbors by donating to the Blaine Food Bank and get achance to win one of local artist James Williamson...

APortal’sMonumental Secrets:Part One – Peace Arch Personalities

Occasionally,I think I should have left her alone. For nearly 70 yearsthe Peace Arch had kept her secrets. Curiosity promptedme to uncover them, first ...

Volunteersgive kids the business

Localcommunity leaders provided educational Junior Achievementprograms through a one-day event at Blaine elementary schoolon November 15. Referred to as...

Cityto appeal county decision

“Ihave authorization from the city manager to proceed,” saidBlaine city attorney John Sitkin following an executivesession prior to council...

Thanksgivingneeds growing

TheBlaine Community Assistance Program’sannual Thanksgiving Basket effort is underway and withincreasing unemployment, the need this year is even...

Hugehaul of pot discovered

Customsand Border Protection (CBP) officers seized an estimated$5.6 million worth of marijuana last Saturday at thetruck crossing in Blaine. The contraband...

After26 years, there’s a new horizon for Shirley

ShirleyThorsteinson, a one-time Blaine bartender who rose throughthe ranks at city hall to become city clerk in 1992,is calling it quits after 26 years...

GSApresents drafts of border expansion

Analphabet soup of state and federal agencies was presentat an open house hosted by the U.S. General Services Administration(GSA) last Tuesday evening ...

Thu, Nov 4, 2004 

 

Here’show to be a chum to a wet chum

TwoUnited States Coast Guard Auxiliary members rescued anelderly man Wednesday after he slipped and fell intothe 40-degree waters of Blaine Harbor Marina...

Here’show to be a chum to the Chum

The Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA) willhost its next tree-planting party and barbecue on TerrellCreek this Saturday, November 6, beginning...

Don’tcall the fire department!

NorthWhatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) will be conductinglive fire training near Blaine and Birch Bay-Lynden roadson Saturday, November 6.

SunsetEquestrian Park has new manager

The70-acre Sunset Farm Equestrian Center on Blaine Roadgot a new manager and the Honey Do Farm on Lincoln Roadgot a new location when Whatcom County Parks...

Havewalk, see herons

AnnEissinger of Nahkeeta Northwest Wildlife Services willbe leading a walking tour of the Birch Bay Heron Colonyon Jackson Road beginning this afternoon...

Blainechoir to sing for Sonics

AndyHarmening will direct the Blaine high school chamberchoir in the national anthem at the Key Arena beforethe 7:30 p.m. Sonics-New Jersey Nets game on...


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