Articles published Thu, Apr 16, 2009
CEV and Blaine chamber of commerce offer free business class
Western Washington University’s Center for Economic Vitality and the Blaine Chamber of Commerce (BCC) are partnering to provide a workshop designed to help businesses navigate the present economic challenges.
County organizations to host Earth Day recycling events
Individuals looking to get rid of old electronics, appliances and other junk can do so at little or no charge this weekend.
Town hall meeting
U.S. Representative Rick Larsen will speak in Blaine Saturday about his plans for comprehensive energy reform and economic recovery during the April district work period.
Meetings to discuss roundabouts
A series of meetings this month hosted by the Washington State Department of Transportation will help provide answers to questions regarding two planned roundabouts near the I-5 and D Street overpass.
Birch Bay residents differ over speed limits
Disagreements about what kind of speed limits should be applied on which sections of Birch Bay Drive surfaced in a polite but determined debate in front of a Whatcom County Council work session Tuesday afternoon.
Expert birders speak at festival Saturday
Wildlife photographer Paul Bannick, just back from a birding excursion to Puerto Rico, will deliver the keynote presentation at the end of the Wings Over Water (WOW) celebration this Saturday, April 18, at 5 p.m. in the Blaine school district’s Performing Arts Center (PAC) at 975 H Street.