Articles published Wed, Feb 13, 2013
Letters to the editor: February 14 - 20, 2013
City reports increased fourth quarter revenues
Everyone looks better in black, and that's especially true when it comes to the city of Blaine's budget.
Bite of Blaine gets mouths watering
Those who want to take a bite of local flavor should attend the Blaine Chamber of Commerce's annual Bite of Blaine event Monday, February 18.
Port creates website to help investors find commercial property
The Port of Bellingham is working to put the city of Blaine on the map - literally.
Suspected flasher arrested after investigation
A man charged with eight counts of indecent exposure was arrested by Blaine police on February 6, following an investigation that began in late November.
Stranger approaches teen girl
Blaine police report that on February 8 at 5:30 p.m., a girl was approached and frightened by a man she did not know.
Marathon set for Sunday
The 45th annual Birch Bay Marathon is scheduled for Sunday, February 17.
CJ's Beach House receives Niemann's magic touch
CJ's Beach House restaurant on Birch Bay Drive opened under new management February 7 with little fanfare, yet owner Jack Niemann said business has been good from the outset.
Whittling away: Lummi Nations carver demonstrates tribal traditions, techniques
Whittle by whittle, the chips of wood fall away as Charles Miller's handcrafted blade scrapes across the yellow plane of the diamond willow root.
Brush and paint give seniors a creative outlet
Lorene Parker, l., paints a waterfront scene during the painting class at Blaine's Senior Center on February 12.
Constance Elaine Fjellman-Little
April 16, 1922 - February 4, 2013
Police Reports: February 6 - 12, 2013
Boys lose by one, end tournament hopes
The boys basketball team ended their season in the first round of the 1A Tri-District Tournament after losing a 43-42 nail biter to Port Townsend on February 12.
Girls advance to tri-district
After losing 34-32 to King's High School February 6, the girls basketball team knew it was do or die.
Wrestlers win regionals, send 12 to states
The Blaine wrestling team had what head coach Craig Foster called "a great regional tournament performance," in Hoquiam on February 9 and 11.
Adams heads to state tournament while making plenty of friends along the way
Blaine sophomore Olivia Adams is that rare athlete who garners respect not only from her coaches, teammates and hometown fans, but also from the teams she competes against.
Birch Bay man charged with setting fire to his house
Kenneth Cassell detained in Bellingham while SWAT searches his property