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Articles published Wed, Jun 6, 2012

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Letters to the Editor: June 7 - June 13, 2012


Semiahmoo man allegedly assaults Whatcom County assessor

A Blaine resident was arrested last week after he allegedly assaulted the Whatcom County assessor.

Blaine students shine in theater competition

Four Blaine High School students were awarded honorable mention in the 5th Avenue Awards theater competition for their performances in non-singing roles in “Umik!” The Ice-Aged Musical, a play based off of the Innuit tradition.

County chooses Cherry Point terminal study consultant

Whatcom County Council has approved a contract with a Colorado-based environmental consulting firm to produce the massive environmental review of the Gateway Pacific Terminal (GPT).

Water is Life

Blaine fourth grade students and teachers gathered to celebrate the 2012 winners of the Water Awareness poster contest last week, sponsored by the city of Blaine and Birch Bay Water and Sewer District (BBWSD).

New educational pilot program takes off in Blaine

The Puget Sound Restoration Fund and the Drayton Harbor Oyster Farm have joined forces to pilot a curriculum that got Blaine 5th graders out in the field and learning about the importance of water pollution prevention and healthy shellfish harvesting practices.

Students honored at Evening of the Arts May 31, 2012

Blaine High School students were honored at thre May 31Evening of the Arts awards ceremony

Blaine High School Graduates Special Section

A special section dedicated to the 2012 Blaine High School graduates


Frank Lee Clifford: June 8, 1936 - May 27, 2012

Frank Lee Clifford, 75, of Blaine, WA, went to be with his Lord Sunday, May 27, 2012 peacefully at home with his wife of nearly 50 years.


Police Reports: May 27 - June 6, 2012

Police reports for the Blaine Police Department for May 27 through June 6, 2012


Online Exclusive: NWFR crews practice firefighting skills at controlled house fire

It’s not often a newspaper reporter knows about a house fire in advance. Even more rare? When an assistant fire chief is the one telling the reporter when and where the fire is going to happen.


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