Articles published Wed, May 28, 2014
Crossword answers May 29
Letters to the Editor: May 29 - June 4, 2014
Vote on name change delayed
A record crowd turned out to hear the Blaine City Council's ruling on changing Blaine's name to Blaine Harbor at the meeting on May 27.
Veterans hold Memorial Day vigil for fallen soldiers
Most people don't turn on their televisions expecting to see themselves, but that's precisely what happened to Warren Fox.
Birch Bay Road, Nooksack bridges get upgrades
After a delay to accommodate Memorial Day weekend crowds, construction on a new Birch Bay-Lynden Road intersection began May 27.
Musical takes a new look at the Beatles
Many musical historians would argue that the Beatles would never have gotten as big as they did if it weren't for their manager, Brian Epstein.
Music festival brings jazz to Blaine
The name may have changed, but it's still all about the music.
Are your deck and patio ready for summer?
Whether you use your deck or patio for entertaining or for solitude, you'll want it clean, comfortable and safe this season.
Simple rejuvenations for bland backyards
There are two types of people: those who look at the yard on the right and see a big pile of rocks, and those who see the potential for the gorgeous yard pictured below.
Police Reports: May 19 - 27, 2014
Blaine suffers season-ending upset
The Blaine softball team's season is over after a stunning loss to Coupeville in the final round of the Tri-District tournament.
Blaine track sends 10 to state meet
The Blaine girls and boys track teams put forth strong performances at the Tri-District tournament, with 10 athletes advancing to the state meet.
Blaine athletes honored
Blaine High School seniors Jon Stewart and Alexis McElwain were named the 2014 Athletes of the Year at a school assembly May 28.