Articles published Wed, Dec 4, 2013
Letters to the Editor: December 5 - 11, 2013
CPR knowledge now required for BHS graduation
Beginning in 2017 each Blaine High School (BHS) graduate will know how to perform CPR and use automatic external defibrillators (AEDs).
County buys LaBounty Drive property for jail
After more than five years of analyzing properties, conducting environmental studies and weighing the options, Whatcom County Council has set the site of Whatcom County's future jail in stone.
Restoration of donated Bristol Bay boat underway
With its 29-foot hull now housed safely inside a steel-framed tent at Walsh Marine, Drayton Harbor Maritime Museum (DHM) volunteers can begin the first phase of the lengthy restoration process intended for the Diamond NN No. 59, a recently donated double-ended Bristol Bay sailboat.
Holiday gifts for a good cause
Blaine schools' Technology Student Association (TSA) is cashing in on the holidays.
Department of Ecology schedules water quality study in Drayton Harbor
Seeing red? You're not alone.
An apple for the teacher
Each year, Whatcom County Library System (WCLS) presents the Golden Apple Award to honor educators who have gone above and beyond to strengthen young people's connections with books, reading and libraries.
The Nutcracker to be performed in Bellingham
The holidays are just around the corner and audiences of all ages are making plans to experience the holiday tradition of attending The Nutcracker.
Young at Heart
December - what a wonderful month.
A community effort ...
The Community Assistance Program partnered with Northwest Fire and Rescue (NWFRS), local churches and members of the community on November 20 to provide Thanksgiving baskets for families in need.
No salmon, no whales
An independent filmmaker living in Birch Bay is doing his part to save the orcas by drawing attention to the decline of the southern resident killer whales in a documentary film called "Fragile Waters."
Police Reports November 28 - December 3, 2013
Girls basketball team works on off-the-ball skills, new offense and building the bench
Most people watching a basketball game keep their eye on the ball.