Articles published Wed, Jan 26, 2011
Letters to the Editor - January 27-February 2, 2011
Ayurvedic yoga DVD shot on location in Birch Bay
A former Birch Bay resident and Ayurvedic practitioner has produced an instructional Ayurvedic yoga DVD filmed on location at Birch Bay.
Hundreds of ‘mathletes’ to descend on Blaine
High school students from throughout Washington state can still sign up for the Northwest High School Math Championship before Monday, January 31.
County frowns on drive-throughs in Birch Bay
Zoning changes that would allow drive-through restaurants and espresso stands in Birch Bay seem unlikely given the mood at Tuesday’s county planning and development committee meeting.
Blaine high school’s Cherish Morrison participates in a 3-point shootout at Blaine's game with Meridian last Tuesday.
2010 in review: Whatcom County Council
Following were my main issues for this year’s budget: Consolidate some departments so the public can retain as much front line service as possible.
2010 in review: Pacific Arts Association
2010 was a busy year for the Pacific Arts Association. We had a wonderful Valentine concert with Tingstad and Rumbel.
2010 in review: Blaine Police Department
These past 12 months have been busy ones for the Blaine police department. We end the year proud of what was accomplished and mindful of the challenges ahead.
Fundraiser to benefit autistic Birch Bay boy
A fundraiser featuring health and wellness products next Saturday will benefit a 10-year-old Birch Bay boy with autism, as well as other, local families.
Keep up your resolutions
If you’re like many Americans who have pledged to lose weight during the coming year, Blaine and Birch Bay offer a variety of fitness options to help you achieve your goals.
Borderite rally falls short in 51-42 loss to Sehome
The Blaine boy’s basketball team found themselves in an all-too-familiar position at halftime of their contest at Sehome Friday, January 21.
Borderite wrestling stomps on Sehome
Blaine’s wrestling team continued its undefeated dual meet performance this season with a 48-20 win over the Sehome Mariners last Wednesday at Blaine.
Borderite girls conquer Trojans in first season win
Vastly improved shooting and passing helped Blaine’s girls’ basketball team to their first Northwest Conference win Tuesday night against the Trojans of Meridian high school.
Time runs out in Borderite rally against Meridian
Another loss, this time a difficult 60-51 thriller to Meridian Tuesday, January 25, would not merit such optimism, considering Blaine’s 2-14 record (0-9 in the Northwest conference).