Articles published Thu, Feb 14, 2008
Letters to the Editor -- February 14, 2008
Blaine students learn about quadratic equations
Blaine senior Paul Moore pulls the lanyard on a medieval catapult called a trebuchet. Moore and other students in Mike Dahl’s Advanced Algebra class...
Mature Adults... Quality Years, Quality Life
Senior center is young at heart
Nichols opens own shop in Blaine
After 17 years working in other people’s shops, hairdresser Chrissy Nichols opened her own business, Bella Hair Design, last December 1.
Septic tank talks delayed until April
The Whatcom County Council, faced with opposition to certain parts of proposed ordinances requiring frequent professional inspection of on-site septic ...
Southern visitors are surprised by peaceful border
Although it has been more than 30 years since she picked strawberries near her family's home in La Conner, Rosalinda Guillen said she still remembers the...
Blaine senior is national merit finalist
Kieran Lyons, an 18-year-old senior at Blaine high school, is the eighth and latest member of an exclusive group of Blaine students who have been named...
Dakota Creek center to host dance
Council adopts youth sailing program
After a speculative cost-benefit analysis of providing recreational activities for youth, Blaine City Council voted 3-2 to approve a $1,500 service contract...
Council to approvevoting ward redistricting
In their regular meeting Monday, Blaine City Council moved toward shifting Blaine’s entire ward 3 voting district to Semiahmoo and ward 2 entirely...
Obama, Huckabee are Blaine caucus choices
Senator and presidential hopeful Barack Obama outpolled Senator Hillary Clinton in all of them except central Blaine where they tied.An estimated 700 or...
Police Report -- February 14, 2008
Sports -- February 14, 2008