Articles published Thu, May 11, 2006
Letters to the Editor -- May 11, 2006
Boulehonored by Boy Scouts
The Blaine bed and breakfast Smuggler’s Inn wasrecently honored by the Mt. Baker Council of the Boy Scoutsof America with the Century Award as Business...
Internationalsculpture exhibit starts new year
Peace, love and pears are just a few ofthe themes present in this year’s InternationalSculpture Exhibit at Peace Arch Park.
Newdentist’s focus is on comfort and aesthetics
Bryan Chen’s new dentist office in Blaine may offerresidents a change of pace from traditional dentistry.
$1.5 million in ecstacy seized Two Canadians and one American resident were arrested Friday,May 5 at the Peace Arch port of entry after U.S. Customsand...
Maritimeevents a time to celebrate and remember
Semiahmoo Yacht Club (SYC) officiallykicked off its 25th anniversary with the Blaine Sea Scoutshoisting the colors at Semiahmoo Marina flagpoles. After...
REDloans help small businesses get rolling
Forone Blaine business owner, it was initial costs of startinga small business. For another, it was diversifying herinventory to survive during the low-traffic...
BirchBay golf course set for auction
A Portland, Oregon-basedrealty firm has plans to sell the former Birch Bay Golf Course.
SpringFestfeatures 20 local artists
TheSweet Road Artisans Alliance is offering their firstannual Mother’s Day studio tour thisweekend.
Agenciesdebate how to slow traffic from 80 MPH
How do you fit together a highway, designed to keep peoplemoving and give them choices, and a border facility, designedto stop and scrutinize travelers...
Officialsdiscuss impact of SR543 roadword
“We’vebeen in the design phase on this thing for a long time,and the sooner we begin moving dirt the sooner we’llbe on our way out of...
Police Report -- May 11, 2006
Sports -- May 11, 2006