Articles published Wed, Apr 30, 2014
Crossword answers May 1, 2014
Letters to the editor, May 1 - 7, 2014
Man dies, injures boy when he drives off Blaine Pier
One man is dead and a 7-year-old boy injured after the man drove off the Blaine pier at a high rate of speed.
Local schools prepare for big changes
The Blaine school board bid a heartfelt farewell to outgoing chair Susan Holmes before getting down to the business of complying with new mandates and planning capital improvements for the coming years.
Name change gains steam at city council meeting
You're not going to have to sell Blaine City Council member Clark Cotner on the value of renaming the city Blaine Harbor.
New shops opening for business
A new consignment shop specializing in Asian antiques and decorative arts is coming to Birch Bay Square.
Parenting class offered at Blaine Primary
Blaine Primary School will be offering a parenting class called "1-2-3 Magic" on Saturday, May 10 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Make the most of summer: 4 easy ways to go boating
Many Americans felt the effects of a long winter but now it's finally time to start planning for summer fun.
Take part in annual Blessing of the Fleet
The Blaine seafarers memorial committee and Blaine commercial fishing members will host the annual Blessing of the Fleet on Sunday, May 4, at 1:30 p.m. in the Blaine Harbor meeting room.
Trespassers can perform legal land grabs
Your friendly neighbor could very well be stealing your property right under your nose, and what's worse, it may be perfectly legal.
Help the victims of the Oso mudslide
A fundraiser for the victims of the Oso landslide will be held at Chuckanut Brewery and Kitchen on Friday, May 2.
Young at Heart
The Blaine Senior Activity Center welcomes you, here in the mostly pleasant month of May.
Dennis B. Errand
Geraldine Elizabeth Reed
February 27, 1920 - April 23, 2014
Police Reports: April 24 - 29, 2014
Softball beats mid-season slump
After a couple mid-season losses, the Blaine softball team is back in the groove with two wins at home and a win on the road.
BHS Sports Recap
April 24 to 29, 2014
Blaine athletes break school track records at NWC meet
A school record that had stood for decades was bested and another record was tied at the Northwest Conference Championships at Civic Field in Bellingham, where the Blaine track and field teams fared well compared to the other 1A teams at the meet.
Soccer ties Lynden in senior game; beats Friday Harbor
The boys soccer team piled on the points in a home game against Friday Harbor, then tied 2A Lynden in the senior game, the last home game of the season.
Borderites defeat Mount Baker
Blaine catcher Chris Doll eyes a pop fly in a game at Squalicum April 25.