Articles published Thu, May 29, 2008
Letters to the Editor -- May 29, 2008
NSEA appoints Vasak as executive director
Rachel Vasak, who has worked for the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association in a variety of capacities as both a staff member and a volunteer for more...
It’s time for the annual jazz festival
The seventh annual Blaine Jazz Festival sponsored by the Pacific Arts Association is coming up soon. This year’s edition begins on Sunday, July 6...
June is perfect time for pruning and blooming
June is an incredible month in the garden. The plants respond to the warmer weather and we usually have enough rain to maintain a happy garden.
Blaine teams participate in Ski to Sea events
School board lays off nine classified staff
The Blaine school board voted Tuesday to lay off nine of the district’s 120 classified staff in response to this year’s budget crunch.
BPA settlement to reduce Blaine electric rates for May
New Border Patrol chief a Blaine native
A Blaine high school graduate has been appointed to replace chief of the U.S. Border Patrol’s Blaine sector.
Blaine man hit, killed on Peace Portal
A Blaine man died Sunday evening after being struck by a car in a crosswalk near the intersection of Clark and Peace Portal Drive.Leif Hesselroth, 84, ...
On Memorial Day, a photograph remembered
Tami Silicio lost a 19-year-old son 10 years ago after what she described as a long struggle with medical complications. It left her with the kind of feeling...
Council postpones decision on airport sale
Blaine City Council will postpone a decision regarding the sale of the Blaine airport following a meeting in which two council members were absent.
Police Report -- May 29, 2008
Sports -- May 29, 2008