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Borderite sports roundup: Football loses heartbreaker, cross-country prepares for first home meet

Football One week after earning its first win of the season, and head coach Andy Olson’s first in his tenure for the Borderites, Blaine football lost a heartbreaker on the road against … more

Whatcom County Council funds Blaine school district behavioral health coach

In a unanimous decision during the September 26 Whatcom County Council meeting, the Blaine school district will receive $315,000 for a new behavioral health coach.  The funding will come … more

Blaine City Council faces tough budget decisions

Blaine City Council is facing tough decisions this fall as it decides what essential services, including multiple staff positions, it needs to cut to save the city from eating into its reserves. … more

Blaine school board approves levy and bond measures for February ballots

Blaine school district board members unanimously approved placing separate levy and bond requests on the February 13 special election next year at their regular monthly board meeting held at the … more

Abandoned Blaine home engulfs in flames

Firefighters extinguished an abandoned home in central Blaine during the early morning of September 21. North Whatcom Fire and Rescue (NWFR) and Whatcom County District 7, in Ferndale, responded … more

New empathy learning program sets roots in Blaine

A new program coming to Blaine Primary School in October focuses on fostering empathy in some of the community’s youngest members. Roots of Empathy started 27 years ago in Toronto, and was … more

Power outage impacts Burger King area

A power outage impacted about 60 residents in Blaine on September 24, highlighting issues with the city’s aging infrastructure.  An underground cable failed in the right-of-way alley … more

Feasibility study underway for Blaine library and affordable housing

Several agencies and organizations are in the early stages of considering whether a mixed-use building with a library and about 60 affordable and market-rate apartments could be constructed at the … more

Semiahmoo Resort dishes up tasty cod fritters

The culinary team at Semiahmoo Resort loves simple cod fritters as a crowd-pleasing appetizer or main dish. Made with wild-caught black cod, also known as sablefish, these Pacific Northwest-inspired … more

Road Rules: A suspended license on private property

Question: Is it legal to drive on private property if I have a suspended license? Answer: A few weeks ago, NASCAR driver Kyle Busch got his license suspended in his home state of North Carolina … more

Blaine Police Department Reports: September 24-October 4, 2023

September 16, 7:21 a.m.: Suspicious vehicle on Marine Drive. September 16, 12:54 p.m.: Domestic – physical on Martin Street. September 16, 11:51 p.m.: Simple assault on Peace Portal … more

Sheriff's Reports, September 28-October 4, 2023

September 19, 3:08 p.m.: Suspicious circumstances cold call on Harborview Road. September 19, 4:20 p.m.: Death investigation on Alderson Road. September 19, 10:33 p.m.: Burglary on Holeman … more

Obituary: Roy Cecil Delong

Roy Cecil Delong October 18, 1947 – September 6, 2023 Roy Cecil Delong, age 75, passed away Wednesday, September 6, 2023 in Lynden. He was born in Vancouver, B.C., on October 18, … more

Letters to The Editor: September 28-October 4, 2023

The Editor:  I am one of many Whatcom County Council District 5 residents who have awaited the opportunity to replace incumbent councilmember Ben Elenbaas with someone who will truly … more

Sustainable Connections brings back Green Building Slam

Sustainable Connections will host its fourth annual Green Building Slam on Friday, September 22 in Bellingham for everyone from building and real estate professionals to homeowners. The event … more
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