Articles published Thu, Jun 26, 2008
Letters to the Editor -- June 26, 2008
Birch Bay annual sand sculpture competition
Photos by Karl King
The library is abuzz with activity as it flies into summer with fun choices for the entire family!
Bay Automotive’s Stan Calhoon a man of many talents
Stan Calhoon is a man of many trades and maybe even a master of several.
School board recognizes retiring faculty, award winners
The Blaine school board accepted the resignation of long-time member Pebble Griffin, effective at the end of next September, at their regular meeting on...
Best summer burgers are healthy and delicious
With patriotism in our hearts and fireworks in our eyes, we’re all fixing to light up the barbecue and party on the 4th of July.
Gregoire, Campbell join forces in border plan
Governor Chris Gregoire, along with British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell intend to visit their countries’ respective capitals, Ottawa and Washington...
BBWARM meeting scheduled July 1
Residents within the Birch Bay watershed could pay an additional $60 to $108 in taxes in 2009 if the details of a new funding plan are approved next month...
Clumsy Lovers headline Blaine’s 4th of July bash
Blaine’s Old Fashioned Fourth of July celebration hit the big time several years ago when due to a combination of factors it drew several thousand...
City approves ‘buy back’ for green customers
The city of Blaine has just made it easier to be green.
Police Report -- June 26, 2008