Wed, Mar 28, 2012 


Runners gearing up for Birch Bay International Road Race

Birch Bay Drive will be filled with runners of all skill levels come Saturday as the Birch Bay International Road Race enters its seventh year.

Mon, Mar 26, 2012 


Blaine City Council meeting to host rail advocate

Tonight’s Blaine City Council meeting will feature a a rail advocate from Seattle who has been studying the possibility of a train stop in Blaine.

City council to vote on $105,000 construction change order for west Blaine conveyance project

Unstable soil beneath a Marine Drive manhole could cost the city of Blaine approximately $105,000 in extra construction costs as part of a larger wastewater conveyance project.

Fri, Mar 23, 2012 


NWFR fire commissioners to decide on fire chief this Monday

North Whatcom Fire and Rescue (NWFR) will have a new fire chief come Monday after fire commissioners hold a special meeting to make their choice.

Wed, Mar 21, 2012 


SSA Marine submits completed permit applications for Cherry Point terminal

The Seattle-based shipping terminal company seeking to build a $600 terminal just south of Birch Bay has submitted the completed project permit applications to Whatcom County officials.

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