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Driver arrested after rollover in Blaine

A driver was arrested after causing a single-vehicle rollover crash on I-5 in Blaine on February 10. Washington State Patrol (WSP) responded to a report of a driver who rolled into the median … more

Borderites to send wrestlers to state tournament in Tacoma, girls basketball out

Girls Basketball Blaine girls basketball (10-12. 6-9 NWC) relied on its class of seniors all season, and the Borderites final game of the year was no different. Seniors Jordyn Vezzetti, … more

Senior Victor Gervol leads Blaine wrestling to Tacoma Dome

Blaine senior Victor Gervol has only been wrestling for three years. The three-sport athlete – football in fall and rugby in spring – joined the wrestling team his sophomore year for … more

City of Blaine staff salaries in 2024

Blaine City Council unanimously confirmed the annual salaries of nearly 60 city employees during its February 12 meeting. The salaries and benefits are determined by individual contracts and … more

Blaine council outlines work priorities for CDS Department

Blaine City Council unanimously approved a list of large projects for the city’s Community Development Services (CDS) Department to prioritize working on this year. Up on this year’s list … more

Blaine Primary School plans kindergarten information night

In an effort to answer the litany of questions parents have about enrolling their child in kindergarten and entice more students into the school district, Blaine Primary School is holding a … more

Clergy members could become mandatory reporters of child abuse

When state senator Noel Frame (D-Seattle) learned how Jehovah’s Witness elders in Spokane had covered up child sexual abuse for years, she looked to the law for answers. Frame found that, … more

‘Stealthing’ bill goes through Washington state legislature

Testifying before lawmakers, Mina Hashemi recounted how three years ago she was shocked to see that the condom she had explicitly asked for during sex had been removed.  “I felt … more

Blaine Chamber of Commerce planning volunteer fair

The Blaine Chamber of Commerce is looking for Blaine nonprofits and volunteers to attend its first volunteer fair. The fair will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 9 at Blaine Senior … more

Road Rules: When can police write tickets?

Question: I went to a business and was blocked from parking in a handicapped spot, even though I have a placard. The owner said they had it blocked off for an event. Later I reported it to the … more

Whatcom PUD earns 9th straight clean audit

Whatcom County’s Public Utility District No. 1 (PUD) announced it was awarded a clean “Accountability Audit and Financial Statement Audit” from the Washington State Auditor’s … more

Inslee reflects in his final year as Washington governor

On the second level of the white and gray marbled Capitol building stands the Governor’s office, guarded by a Washington State Patrol trooper. Portraits and paintings showcasing past Washington … more

Letters to The Editor: February 15-21, 2024

The Editor: My husband has Alzheimer’s disease. His diagnosis is considered “early onset” because his decline began in his late 50s. I am profoundly grateful for the … more

Obituary: Jeffery Lee Moses

Jeffery Lee Moses December 17, 1953 – January 25, 2024   Jeffery Lee Moses was born December 17, 1953, to Claudia and Jerry Moses in Tacoma, WA. Jeff and his mother moved to … more

42nd district legislators to hold town hall

State lawmakers for the 42nd Legislative District, which encompasses all of north Whatcom County, will hold a town hall 1-2:30 p.m. Saturday, February 17 in Ferndale. State senator Sharon … more

Birch Bay Incorporation Association meeting set February 15

The Birch Bay Incorporation Association (BBIA) will hold its first quarterly meeting since the group officially formed last November to research the pros and cons of Birch Bay becoming its own city. … more
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