Thu, Jun 12, 2008 

 

NW Park district calls on community to serve

The Northwest Park and Recreation District #2 (NWPRD) introduced its new office manager, Linda Roorda, at its regular board meeting Tuesday night and issued...

Local Timber Ridge students graduate

Eight local high school seniors will graduate from Timber Ridge alternative school this June. They are Brianna Larsen, Lauren Davidson, Natalie Berry, ...

Deal reached for Birch Bay Square

A California corporation has signed a lease and plans to open an upscale grocery at Birch Bay Square by November. Hancock Park Associates of Los Angeles...

Blaine high school is number 8 in top 10 state schools

Blaine high school moved up from tenth to eighth among the top high schools in the state and two spots nationally, from 751st to 749th, over their rankings...

Around the City

Dinner to benefit local salmon runs

Blaine man arrested in drug ring

A Blaine man was one of 38 individuals arrested in connection with a Canadian drug smuggling ring with ties to the Hell’s Angels Outlaw Motorcycle...

Sailing school begins June 15 at Blaine harbor

Blaine’s first on-the-water sailing school open to the general public starts this Sunday afternoon, June 15, and according to coordinator Ron Snyder...

Harborside developer asks for second deferral

The developer of the long-awaited Harborside condominium project on Peace Portal Drive got what he asked for.

Thu, Jun 5, 2008 

 

Local couple starts ride-share program

With the rising cost of gas, a Birch Bay couple has taken the initiative to help her fellow neighbors.

Whatcom water districts join in conservation efforts

Recognizing the growing importance of effective management of precious water resources, cities and water districts in Whatcom County are forming a regional...

Police search for murder suspect

Bellingham police detectives are still searching for Derek Collier, a suspect in the murder of motorist David Datskiy on May 11.

Young at Heart

Here we are, June at last,Hoping are we that winter has pastLooking forward to gardening and roses in bloom,June, you have come and none too soon....

Blaine’s historic “Tulip” boat has new lease on life

A 1920s 64-foot wooden hulled fishing boat that’s been in almost constant use by Blaine’s Waters family as a bottom dragger has found new life...

Blaine grad leads league at Pacific Lutheran University

Rob Bleecker, a 2006 graduate of Blaine High School now playing for Pacific Lutheran University, made first team all northwest conference and finished ...

Larsen outlines goals for Blaine in fifth Congressional run

U.S. Representative Rick Larsen was in Blaine briefly last week as part of a schedule that was running at campaign speed.

BRIEFS

Blaine woman, 55, earns degree

Garden tour to help local charities

The ‘65 Sisterhood ladies’ club has scheduled a tour of Semiahmoo home gardens this Saturday to help raise money for local groups and charities...

Drayton Harbor Road to open June 9

Drayton Harbor Road will re-open to traffic on Monday, June 9, according to project manager Chris Brueske of Whatcom County Public Works.

Blaine investors to buy airport for $6 million

In an unusual outcome, Blaine City Council has reached a consensus on what to do with the city’s airport.

Blaine CBP officers nab $5.5 million in ecstacy

A 52-year-old Surrey man was arrested Monday after U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at the Pacific Highway port of entry found nearly ...

Thu, May 29, 2008 

 

NSEA appoints Vasak as executive director

Rachel Vasak, who has worked for the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association in a variety of capacities as both a staff member and a volunteer for more...

It’s time for the annual jazz festival

The seventh annual Blaine Jazz Festival sponsored by the Pacific Arts Association is coming up soon. This year’s edition begins on Sunday, July 6...

June is perfect time for pruning and blooming

June is an incredible month in the garden. The plants respond to the warmer weather and we usually have enough rain to maintain a happy garden.

Blaine teams participate in Ski to Sea events

School board lays off nine classified staff

The Blaine school board voted Tuesday to lay off nine of the district’s 120 classified staff in response to this year’s budget crunch.

BRIEFS

BPA settlement to reduce Blaine electric rates for May

New Border Patrol chief a Blaine native

A Blaine high school graduate has been appointed to replace chief of the U.S. Border Patrol’s Blaine sector.


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