Articles published Wed, Oct 17, 2012
Uncertain future for old city hall building
After months of planning and preparation, renovating and moving, the city governmentÃ¢s transition to the Banner Bank building at 435 Martin Street is finally complete.
Canadian border guard shot Tuesday | Reports: Guard now in stable condition
A Canadian border guard was shot Tuesday afternoon at the Douglas border crossing. The man who shot her has been confirmed dead.
Blaine Middle School takes stand against bullying
Blaine Unitarian congregation covenants with new minister
Six hours one way by train. A long weekend away from home and family. A life split between two spiritual communities. For most, such an existence would be out of the question, but for the Reverend Marcia Stanard itÃ¢s a sacrifice she happily makes each month in order to minister to the residents of Blaine.
Guest Editorial: Small woodland property owners hold key to salmon survival
This is the time of year when many communities across our great state hold their annual salmon festivals, and anglers are starting to enjoy our fall salmon runs.
Lynden craft and antique show features local artists
Craft and antique lovers of north Whatcom County will converge on Lynden Thursday, Friday and Saturday for the annual craft and antique show, starting at 10 a.m. each day.
Blaine school board to discuss science facility project
The Blaine School District Board of Directors is hosting a work session with architect John Stewart to discuss the progress of the district capital projects, specifically the Blaine High School science facility.
Special Section: Car Care: Start getting your car ready for winter
Winter has a tendency to sneak up on us, especially after such a warm and sunny fall. While you can simply dig a warmer coat out of the closet when the first cold hits, preparing your car for winter takes a little more foresight.
We've Got the Scoop hosts grand opening
Special Section: Active Seniors: Helen Worley finds hope and whimsy through gardening and a special friend
Advanced directive workshops scheduled
My Health, My Choices, an advance care planning process that helps you determine end-of-life health care, will be presented in the upcoming community workshops that are free and open to the public:
Lights and wipers play major role in safe driving
With fewer daylight hours in the fall and winter, itâs important to make sure your vehicle can be seen by others and your visibility is not compromised.
Joann Jarrett: October 29, 1929 - October 1, 2012
Joann Jarrett passed away October 1, 2012, in Blaine, WA.