Articles published Thu, Mar 8, 2001
Letters to the Editor -- March 08, 2001
Mathletes shine at home
Earlier this year, Blaine high school student Brian Chang brought a handful of silver medals home from the state math championship in Ellensburg. Last ...
Four Blaine students won scholarships to the summer fine arts camp at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. David Dempsey, Celeste Fraser, Andrea Klemmt...
Helping oversome obstacles
by Soren Velice
Something old for a new look
People looking to decorate their homes often look past old items in favor of the shiny new stuff.
HOME IMPORVEMENT SECTION
Home care is a family affair
Local musicians hit the road
The North Cascades Concert Band will present three concerts in its spring concert series: Friday, March 30, 2001, 7:30 p.m., Burlington Edison high...
Seniors launch membership drive
In order to help pay for programs such as weekday lunches and meals-on-wheels, the Blaine Senior Center is conducting its annual membership drive.
Opening the door to a new home
Whatcom Self Help Homes (SHH) wants 16 families to help themselves into new homes near Birch Bay.
Woman robbed of memories
by Meg Olson
Deadline for development dollars
The deadline for U.S. Department of Agricultures (USDA) Rural Business Opportunity Grants is fast approaching. Applicants have until March 12 to ...
Science and art workshops at Western
Space is still available for students in grades 3 8 to experience a different type of learning through day-long Adventures in Science and Art workshops...
Land trust offers nature tours
Each month for the next six months, excluding July, Whatcom Land Trust will sponsor a tour of property conserved by the land trust, visiting public parks...
Interpretive signs at Marine Park
To answer questions about many of the sights encompassed by Marine Parks wide vistas, the parks department and Marine Education Foundation came together...
Its a gas...
In the face of a summer power crunch, local, state and federal agencies will give BP Cherry Point Refinery a green light to operate 14 gas turbines to ...
Planners seek moratorium extension
Blaine planners are asking for more time to review the citys rules about where, when and how a manufactured home can be installed in Blaine.
GSA to unveil plans for park-friendly border facility
The latest options for a new border facility leave Peace Arch State Park largely unscathed, taking a chunk from the railway and highways instead.
Limited damage from Peace Portalcrime wave
Several burglaries since last week have Blaine police worried about a crime wave in this small town.
Police Report -- March 08, 2001
Sports -- March 08, 2001