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In other city council business...

Council unanimously approved a change to city rules about who can request a change in power service. “We want it clarified that there can’t be...

Electric rates will take a dip

Riding the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) roller coaster, Blaine will trim electric rates by four percent this month but are expecting to jack them...

City working with property owners to improve appearance

Along with one of the lienholders of the old SeaVue Theater property on Peace Portal Drive, the city is working on the first of three projects to improve...

After hours social proves fulfilling

An after hours get-together sponsored by the Port of Bellingham and the Blaine Chamber of Commerce held last Thursday was a rousing success, both professionally...

Newell arrested for drunk driving

Blaine high school principal Dan Newell was arrested Sunday morning at 1 a.m. and cited to Blaine municipal court for driving while intoxicated, according...

Local teens in border drug busts

At least half a dozen Blaine kids landed in jail last week for allegedly trying to smuggle B.C. marijuana across the border.Richard Akers Jr., 18, Zachary...

Adult business zoning gets once-over from council

Blaine city council took up the rules for the city’s adult entertainment overlay again after local business owner Jeff Robinson asked for changes ...

Tech team brings experts to local problems

Coming from all over the state and all levels of government, a team of specialists got together with proponents of a regional sewer and a heritage site...

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Police Report -- May 16, 2002

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Sports -- May 16, 2002

 

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