Thu, Jul 24, 2003 

 

City proposes airport land acquisition

The city council may discuss the possible acquisition of 5.43 acres lying near the southern end of the Blaine Municipal Airport at the next city council...

Birch Bay on shellfish watch list

The state department of health (DOH) has identified Birch Bay as one of 20 threatened shellfish areas across the state, according to this year�s early ...

Thu, Jul 17, 2003 

 

Project Vote Smart: electoral eyes

With the upcoming elections, voters who are looking for more information on candidates can use the resources of Project Vote Smart (PVS), a non-partisan...

Four students place second at technology conference

Four Blaine high school technology students brought home a second place trophy from the 25th National Technology Student Association Conference in Orlando...

Tomko�s Bones in business for 14 years

Walking through pet stores, you have probably passed by or even purchased Tomko�s Real Bonesproducts, but what you might not know is that Tomko�s is a ...

News In Brief

Discovery Days: Free parking, roads closedThere will be free parking at Birch Bay State Park, in conjunction with Birch Bay Discovery Days, on Saturday...

CWAC begins plant plans

The Blaine citizens� wastewater advisory committee (CWAC), which is comprised of 10 members of different backgrounds and appointed by city council, initiated...

More than $2,000 raised for Blaine skate park

The Blaine skate park is a tad closer to being built. The Blaine Extreme Sports Club and supporters of the skate park raised $2,150 after holding a two-day...

Birch Bay water sewer district lauded by DOE

Birch Bay Water and Sewer District was recognized last week by the Department of Ecology for operating an outstanding water treatment plant.

County points out traffic issues, future plans

Claudia Hollod has been working for more than 20 years to get better roadways in Birch Bay. Now, with some of Birch Bay�s biggest problem areas on Whatcom...

Thu, Jul 10, 2003 

 

Business Bits

Igloo Beach Boutique: New clothes in Birch Bay When visitors wander into Birch Bay�s new clothing store, Igloo Beach Boutique, they are asked to place ...

Seaside Wellness spa little piece of heaven

Walking into Seaside Wellness Studio is like walking into your own private spa. That is because Susie Roberts, the owner and massage practitioner wanted...

Grace Harbor Farms now grade A certified

Grace Lukens has always loved animals, especially horses, but she never knew anything about goats. When she was little, Grace said that she had a fantasy...

Jazz Festival brings students, musicians together for learning, performances

Blaine is getting all jazzed up. Several prominent jazz artists and musicians will make their way to Blaine next week to offer their talents at the Pacific...

Lots of family fun at next weekend�s Birch Bay Discovery Days

by Shanna Green

News In Brief

Peace Arch walking tours to start next weekStarting Sunday, July 20, residents and visitors can take part in one -hour educational walking tours of the...

Jorgensen to run for port commission

Blaine resident Jim Jorgensen announced his candidacy for Port of Bellingham district 3 commissioner earlier this week.

Chums of Terrell Creek to restore waterway

Residents of the community are banding together to restore Terrell Creek.

Officials: Trees endanger airport users

The trees are growing taller, and because of that, the airport may grow larger.

Thu, Jul 3, 2003 

 

News in Brief

Birch Bay cleanup scheduled for July 5 Community members and visitors are encourage to participate in the Birch Bay cleanup on Saturday, July 5. Participants...

Adopt-A-Road sign up, boot drive to be held next month

In an effort to give back to the community, the North Whatcom Professional Firefighters union 3867 in Birch Bay adopted the road in front of their department...

Vancouver awarded 2010 Olympics

The city of Vancouver, just 32 miles from Blaine, was awarded the 2010 Winter Olympics on Wednesday, July 2. This will be the first Olympics in Canada ...

Vacant downtown storefronts now covered in art

In an effort to showcase the work of local artists and make downtown more attractive, artist Donna-Lee Elke is spearheading a project that has transformed...

Sonics draft Ridnour in first round

Luke Ridnour decided earlier this year to turn pro after his junior year at the University of Oregon, and in last week's NBA draft was selected by the ...

Thu, Jun 26, 2003 

 

Walk/Run for Cancer July 19

The 4th annual Raspberry Run/Walk for Cancer will take place on Saturday, July 19 at 10 a.m. The event takes place in the unique setting through Berthusen...

Blitz Build draws volunteers from Blaine, Birch Bay and county

The building at 940 Cedar Street is up and on its way to becoming a home. More than 50 volunteers from Blaine, Birch Bay, Whatcom County and B.C. worked...

Blaine Force Gray, Black start up the season

Blaine Force Gray dropped the season opener in the Whatcom County girls softball league on Wednesday, June 18 against Boundary Bay of Bellingham high school...


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