Articles published Thu, Sep 11, 2008
Letters to the Editor -- September 11, 2008
Fall is perfect time for hiking in north Cascades
Fall is the perfect time to explore the North Cascades as the cooler temperatures, changing colors and less visitors can make hiking a more pleasant experience...
State imposes fine for failure to report crab catch
A $10 penalty for failing to comply with Puget Sound crab catch-reporting requirements was approved by the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission during...
Blaine physician trains Vietnamese eye doctors
In what has already been called the largest surgical training program in Asia, a team of 30 leading eye specialists from four countries traveled to Vietnam...
Horizon offers environmentally sensitive ‘turn-key’ residences
Corvette owners compare versions of 55-year-old American classic
by Jack Kintner
Lummi violinist performs Friday in Blaine
Swil Kanim steps out onto an empty stage illuminated by a single lamp and looks out to a dark audience.
Alternative vehicles are tax exempt
Purchases of new clean alternative fuel vehicles and hybrids that get at least 40 miles per gallon highway will be exempt from sales tax beginning January...
Whatcom Museum features lunchtime programs
Tuesday Brown Bag Program
Blaine grad earns scholarship
Council OKs Blaine I-5 billboard
Blaine business owners may be able to anticipate a surge in vehicle traffic this October, as the city will begin advertising Blaine on a south-facing billboard...
County approves Point Whitehorn park purchase
Residents of Birch Bay and Blaine can look forward to the development of a new park on Point Whitehorn complete with trails, lookouts and wildlife viewing...
Arctic Chamber Orchestra performs September 19
Blaine’s next big musical event happens next week when the Arctic Chamber Orchestra (ACO) comes to town for two concerts, one for Blaine school students...
Police Report -- September 11, 2008
Sports -- September 11, 2008