Articles published Thu, Apr 17, 2003
Letters to the Editor -- April 17, 2003
Chiropractic business making house callsReminiscent of days past, Dr. Timothy Dyches brings personal health care to the patient�s home. Chiropractic House...
Get out & grow!A special gardening section
Container planting can enhance home and landscapeby Michelle EnsingerContainer planting can be a very versatile way to make a strong statement in your ...
Blaine Community Theater on stage in �The Wind in the Willows�
Mole, Rat and Toad, of the Wind in the Willows, will be on stage this weekend at the Blaine performing arts center.
News In Brief
City to hold project review public meeting In an effort to educate the public about development and project review, the city of Blaine is holding an informational...
On the WaterfrontBy Jan Hrutfiord
April 15 was not only income tax day, it was also the last day of commercial crab fishing for the season. The crab boats had to have their pots out of ...
Spotting scope to be erected at Marine Park, funds still needed
In memory of Reg Campin, a long-time local resident, teacher and principal at Blaine schools, a spotting scope will soon be erected at Marine Park.
Ruling could end Nature�s Path product
Nature�s Path could lose millions of dollars in sales, and customers could lose a popular product, if the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency prohibits foods ...
First Brant Festival brings several hundred birders
Amid cloudy skies and falling rain, about 500 birders ventured to Blaine and Birch Bay to attend the first ever Brant Festival last weekend.
Recalls filed against commissioners
There�s another fire for North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) to put out, this one in the form of commissioner recalls.
Police Report -- April 17, 2003
Sports -- April 17, 2003