Thu, May 1, 2003 

 

Smart Growth Birch Bay to meet May 13

The next meeting of Smart Growth Birch Bay will be May 13, 7-9 p.m. at the Birch Bay Community Bible Church.

News in Brief

City to form plant relocation committee The city of Blaine is interested in forming an advisory committee focused on the relocation of the wastewater treatment...

Blessing of the Fleet ceremony on Sunday

The annual Blessing of the Fleet will be held on Sunday, May 4 at 1 p.m. at the Sawtooth Dock, Blaine Harbor. The public is invited to attend this ceremony...

More than 60 boats compete in regatta

Garry Parenteau of the Point Roberts Yacht Club won both of this past Sunday�s Bill VanDerBorn Memorial races for division 2 in his San Juan 28 Dream Scape...

Woman found dead in vehicle

The body of an adult female was found in the gravel pit area near David and Allan Streets in Blaine, Wednesday morning.

Boardwalk plans moving forward, contract signed

The city of Blaine is one step closer to a boardwalk, following city council�s unanimous decision on Monday night to allow city manager Gary Tomsic to ...

Larsen, residents discuss concerns

In a green button down shirt, jeans and boat shoes, Representative Rick Larsen visited Blaine on Saturday afternoon to discuss issues of concerns with ...

Thu, Apr 24, 2003 

 

Get out & grow!A special gardening section

Personalize your garden, with a theme

DEA loses hemp ruling, granola production continues

Monday, April 21, should have been the day that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) implemented their final rule prohibiting the production of foods...

News In Brief

Smart Growth Birch Bay launches websiteSmart Growth Birch Bay, a newly formed independent citizen�s organization focusing on growth, recently launched ...

Spotting scope to be erected at Marine Park, funds still needed

In memory of Reg Campin, a long-time local resident, teacher and principal at Blaine schools, a spotting scope will soon be erected at Marine Park.

Farmer's market plans under way

An idea for a local farmer�s market, to be held in Birch Bay, is growing. Kathy Norman, owner of the Birch Bay Garden Center, is hoping to start a farmer...

WSDOT, Blaine roadway project bears unique design

Washington state department of transportation (WSDOT) representatives recently visited Blaine city council to share its design scheme for the future truck...

BCBP seizes $4 million in B.C. bud

Customs and border protection officers seized 778 pounds of B.C. bud marijuana and arrested three Canadian individuals last week in two separate incidents...

Thu, Apr 17, 2003 

 

Business Bits

Chiropractic business making house callsReminiscent of days past, Dr. Timothy Dyches brings personal health care to the patient�s home. Chiropractic House...

Get out & grow!A special gardening section

Container planting can enhance home and landscapeby Michelle EnsingerContainer planting can be a very versatile way to make a strong statement in your ...

Blaine Community Theater on stage in �The Wind in the Willows�

Mole, Rat and Toad, of the Wind in the Willows, will be on stage this weekend at the Blaine performing arts center.

News In Brief

City to hold project review public meeting In an effort to educate the public about development and project review, the city of Blaine is holding an informational...

On the WaterfrontBy Jan Hrutfiord

April 15 was not only income tax day, it was also the last day of commercial crab fishing for the season. The crab boats had to have their pots out of ...

Spotting scope to be erected at Marine Park, funds still needed

In memory of Reg Campin, a long-time local resident, teacher and principal at Blaine schools, a spotting scope will soon be erected at Marine Park.

Ruling could end Nature�s Path product

Nature�s Path could lose millions of dollars in sales, and customers could lose a popular product, if the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency prohibits foods ...

First Brant Festival brings several hundred birders

Amid cloudy skies and falling rain, about 500 birders ventured to Blaine and Birch Bay to attend the first ever Brant Festival last weekend.

Recalls filed against commissioners

There�s another fire for North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) to put out, this one in the form of commissioner recalls.

Thu, Apr 10, 2003 

 

Get out & grow!

Planting nursery stock in April

Northwest Birdingby Joe Meche

What is a Brant?

April is Washington state preparedness month

April is disaster preparedness month in Washington. This all-hazards campaign will continue through the month and feature a statewide �Drop, cover and ...

Book Review

by Jack Kintner


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