Articles published Fri, Feb 16, 2001
Letters to the Editor -- February 16, 2001
It's one Zell of a talk!
If you have a story to tell, Jim Zell wants you to tell it, and he wants to make sure it can be heard for generations. This is about our history,...
From solder to art...
by Meg Olson
Northern Hawk owl sighted
by Eileen Tuomaala
The Financial Assistance Network has released a booklet How to Get Government to Help Pay Your Energy Bill to help consumers struggling to ...
Get the word out!
Blaine has a new face to show to the world, thanks to a newly redesigned brochure for the citys tourism department.
Honors for local piano prodigy
by Soren Velice
Custer company hopes to offer solution to recent energy woes
by Meg Olson
Man charged in motorcycle death
Following a motorcycle accident that killed 32-year-old Blaine resident Richard Lee May, a Ferndale man has been charged with leaving the scene.According...
Bright lights, big hearted city
Spooner Creek Nursery is gearing up early to make the 2001 Points of Light Christmas charity drive the most successful yet. Through the event, local businesses...
On tap at the Blaine PAC...
Yet another world class musician will make his way to the humble PAC and the welcoming hearts of that pocket of the Blaine community thirsting for culture...
Imhof: 'Gimme my gold watch!'
Twelve-year county council veteran Robert Imhof announced last week he will not seek re-election this November.
Gardner wants to fix primary woes
State senator Georgia Gardner, D-Blaine, wants to do something about Washingtons often-lamented blanket primary system.
Regional wastewater study to review additional options
Although theyve been expecting it for weeks, the feasibility study commissioned by Blaine and the Birch Bay Water and Sewer District to help determine...
City considers extending power to Vista Terrace
Residents of Vista Terrace may finally get one of the carrots dangled on a stick when the neighborhood was annexed four years ago.
Police Report -- February 16, 2001
Sports -- February 16, 2001