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Letters to The Editor: September 9-15, 2021

The Editor: Well said, Dr. Kazymyra, well said. My sentiments exactly. Theresa Pomeroy Blaine   The Editor: He’s a stand-up kind of guy. He’s been standing up for … more

Blaine Police Department Reports: September 9-15, 2021

Aug. 28, 8:01 a.m.: Verbal domestic on D Street. Aug. 28, 6 p.m.: Vandalism report on H Street. Aug. 29, 2:40 p.m.: Parking problem on Grant Avenue. Aug. 30, 3 p.m.: Theft of mail on … more

Sheriff's Reports, September 9-15, 2021

Aug. 27, 2:11 p.m.: Landlord tenant dispute on Harbor Drive and East Street. Aug. 27, 7:08 p.m.: Driving under the influence on Helweg Lane and Point Whitehorn Road. Aug. 27, 7:44 p.m.: … more

Obituary: David Glen Morley

David Glen Morley March 20, 1957–August 24, 2021   David Glen Morley, was born March 20, 1957 in Montreal, Quebec to Harold and Gladys Morley. Dave grew up in St. Lambert, playing … more

A century of the Peace Arch: 1921-2021

A lot has changed in 100 years in Blaine, from I-5 being built to entire neighborhoods erected, but the arch straddling the U.S./Canada border has remained the same. The Peace Arch will celebrate 100 … more

Asian giant hornet nest eradicated in east Blaine three times larger than last year’s nest

State entomologists eradicated an Asian giant hornet nest with nearly 1,500 hornets in various life stages in east Blaine the morning of August 25. The nest was three times the size of the first nest … more

Covid-19 in Whatcom County, by school district boundaries: August 28

Whatcom County has had 658 probable and confirmed Covid-19 cases since last week and 12,388 in total since the start of the pandemic, according to August 31 Washington State Department of Health … more

Discover Birch Bay Days returns for 42nd year

If you’re looking for a lively weekend in Birch Bay, you’re in luck because Discover Birch Bay Days is back this weekend. The event-filled weekend kicks off Friday, September 3 with a … more

Run with the Chums is back September 11

Tie your shoestrings, the annual 5k Run with the Chums will be held in Birch Bay Saturday, September 11. The ninth yearly run will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at BP Highlands, 6898 … more

BPD looks for body camera funding to follow new state recording law

The Blaine Police Department (BPD) is seeking funding to implement a body-worn camera program that will be needed by January to follow new Washington state law that requires officers to record … more

Summer Fun in the Park brings many activities

Summer Fun in the Park brought family festivities to Blaine Marine Park. Children played on the playground as the band Gladstone played upbeat tunes and adults gathered at the beer and wine garden. … more

9/11 memorial canceled at Peace Arch Park

The memorial service remembering the 20th anniversary of 9/11 has been canceled at Peace Arch Park. The 9/11 memorial service committee co-chairs decided to cancel the annual memorial service that … more

City council meetings return to remote-only

Blaine City Council voted during its August 23 meeting to resume remote-only council meetings until the Washington state indoor mask mandate is lifted for fully vaccinated individuals. Council voted … more

Op-Ed: An apple a day keeps the doctor away; a vaccine today shortens the stay of Covid-19

I am a retired physician who worked for 42 years in Blaine and before that, I practiced for three years in Canada. Given the current crisis, I am passionate about educating this community and the … more

New doctor in Birch Bay

Family Care Network’s (FCN) Birch Bay Family Medicine clinic welcomes its new physician, Dr. Leif Redal. Redal grew up in Tacoma and graduated from the University of Washington School of … more

Citizen report leads to mail theft arrests

An alert from a vigilant Birch Bay resident led to sheriff’s office deputies arresting two individuals for mail theft on August 21. Dean Haskins was standing outside his cabin on Terrill … more

Letters to The Editor: September 2-8, 2021

The Editor: Some people don’t want to vote for the Birch Bay Vogt Community Library because it will add to their property tax. But they’ve already been paying for library services with … more

Energize Whatcom brings energy efficiency to rural businesses

Energize Whatcom is encouraging businesses in rural Whatcom County to consider implementing energy-efficient measures. The Energize Whatcom program is a collaboration between Sustainable … more
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