Articles published Thu, Jun 12, 2008
Letters to the Editor -- June 12, 2008
Run to the Border this Saturday
More than 100 youth turned out at last year’s 5K Run to the Border. This year’s race starts at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 14, at the Blaine...
Alanon Meetings: Blaine meets Tuesdays at 1 – 2 p.m., Wednesdays 7:30 – 9 p.m., Blaine Unitarian Free Church at 1218 Harrison St. Call 371-...
Busy B & Co. a labor of love
Bridgette Sanford is a woman with an out-of-control hobby. Fortunately, she also has the business sense and know-how to back it up.
NW Park district calls on community to serve
The Northwest Park and Recreation District #2 (NWPRD) introduced its new office manager, Linda Roorda, at its regular board meeting Tuesday night and issued...
Local Timber Ridge students graduate
Eight local high school seniors will graduate from Timber Ridge alternative school this June. They are Brianna Larsen, Lauren Davidson, Natalie Berry, ...
Deal reached for Birch Bay Square
A California corporation has signed a lease and plans to open an upscale grocery at Birch Bay Square by November. Hancock Park Associates of Los Angeles...
Blaine high school is number 8 in top 10 state schools
Blaine high school moved up from tenth to eighth among the top high schools in the state and two spots nationally, from 751st to 749th, over their rankings...
Around the City
Dinner to benefit local salmon runs
Blaine man arrested in drug ring
A Blaine man was one of 38 individuals arrested in connection with a Canadian drug smuggling ring with ties to the Hell’s Angels Outlaw Motorcycle...
Sailing school begins June 15 at Blaine harbor
Blaine’s first on-the-water sailing school open to the general public starts this Sunday afternoon, June 15, and according to coordinator Ron Snyder...
Harborside developer asks for second deferral
The developer of the long-awaited Harborside condominium project on Peace Portal Drive got what he asked for.
Police Report -- June 12, 2008