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Letters to the editor: May 8-14, 2013


Blaine woman implicated in attempted murder, burglary

A Birch Bay woman is being held on suspicion of driving her boyfriend to the site of an attempted murder and robbery on May 2, which then escalated into a high-speed chase and the suicide of the alleged attacker.

Firefighters build ramp for boy injured at Blaine pier

On April 27, calamity struck a Blaine family when a speeding truck hit their 7-year-old boy at the Blaine pier.

Mother's Day studio art tour just around the corner

Blaine's ninth annual Springfest Art Tour is this weekend, and the tour, which falls on Mother's Day, will showcase the work of 36 local artists and artisans at several venues in and around Blaine, giving you the perfect opportunity to buy something nice for mom.

Cell tower a possibility for Birch Bay

Birch Bay residents are being encouraged to voice their opinions on a proposed cell phone tower in their community.

Hygiene and cleaning supplies needed

The Blaine Family Service Center, which provides families within the Blaine School District with a variety of services, is in need of hygiene and household products.

School board extends nomination period

The Blaine School District board of directors has extended the deadline to nominate candidates for the vacant position representing director district 3, which roughly encompasses Birch Bay Village, south Birch Bay and Point Whitehorn, one of five geographical areas covered by the Blaine School District.

Reporter's notebook: A day at a controlled burn

I couldn't get my gloves on.

Blaine grad awarded Oxford University scholarship

For the past two years, Julianne (Gibson) Williams has been working in England on a research team at Oxford University on international nutrition projects for the World Health Organization.

Blessing of the Fleet

May 4, 2014

Safety should be a priority when boating

The traditional boating season in the Pacific Northwest has arrived, and we boaters are anxiously preparing our boats and watching the weather reports for the first window of opportunity to get out on the water and enjoy some of the best boating in Washington state.


Police Reports: May 1-5, 2014


Blaine softball falls to Mount Baker

A botched first inning put the Borderites in a deep hole against Mount Baker, and they never recovered.

The bowling brothers

For brothers Armando and Alejandro Moser-Hernandez, bowling is a family affair.

NBA player Luke Ridnour to hold summer basketball camp in Blaine

Lace up your high-tops, grab your basketball and get ready to get schooled by NBA basketball player Luke Ridnour.


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