Thu, Jul 10, 2003 

 

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...

The Garden Path

by Michelle Ensinger

New gallery: Texas artist sets up in downtown Blaine

Without any signs in the windows and no advertising placed outside, it would be easy to pass by Blaine�s new art gallery without even realizing it was ...

New Odell Road fire station dedicated last week

The city of Blaine and Northwest Whatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS), on June 18, celebrated the completion of construction of a new fire station ...

News in Brief

Boston Tea Party at Semiahmoo Resort Costumed leaders of the Building Industry Association of Washington, (BIAW) aboard the chartered sailboat Shawmanee...

Blaine�s Old Fashioned Fourth of July next week

The City of Blaine, Blaine Chamber of Commerce and the Port of Bellingham are putting the final touches on the Old Fashioned Fourth of July festivities...

Council passes gambling ordinance

Blaine city council passed a gambling ordinance Monday evening that prohibits any form of gambling in the marine planned recreation (MPR) zone.

Birch Bay cans central bathroom

Due to complaints made by Marine Cove residents and area businesses, there will be no public restrooms in the Birch Bay center public beach area this year...

City moves toward fire annexation

Following a public meeting last Thursday discussing Blaine annexing into fire district 13, Blaine city council unanimously passed an ordinance Monday evening...

Thu, Jun 5, 2003 

 

Art & Music Awards 2003

Art/Drawing First - Boris Shintar Second - Jeanette Corona Third - Boris Shintar

Recognition Night 2003

� Dr. Alan Shapiro Memorial Scholarship - Scott Bianchi - $500

Peace Arch history documented in book

A 1960s picture of an interesting, unknown footbridge at Peace Arch state park, recently appeared in The Northern Light in the Pictures from the Past section...

Business Briefs

Little Caesar�s opens in Birch Bay Little Caesar�s has made its way to Birch Bay, recently opening in the former billiards room at Waterslides, located...

News in Brief

Volunteers needed for Birch Bay Discovery Days Volunteers and vendors are needed for the annual Discovery Days in Birch Bay. The event, complete with a...

After 32 years, Dr. Dolman retires

Note: Dr. Gordon Dolman, superintendent of the Blaine school district, is retiring after 32 years in education. Dolman recently spoke with Pat Grubb of...

Habitat for Humanity arrives in Blaine

More than 50 people attended a lot dedication held last Saturday at 940 Cedar Street in Blaine, the site of the first Habitat for Humanity home to be built...

PCHB sets sewer appeal hearing date

A hearing date has been set following two recent appeals filed with the Pollution Control Hearing Board (PCHB) against the city of Blaine and Department...

Thu, May 29, 2003 

 

Mother-son team open Birch Bay office

Terry Lehman and Josh Lehman, a mother-son team, recently opened the Muljat Group at the Bay real estate office in Birch Bay.

Tom�s Bamboo: Growing advice mixed with a wholesome story

As I enter the garden, down a winding path of coppery mulch, masses of pale violas and budding rhododendrons wind through the tall, whispery bamboo forest...


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