Wed, Dec 4, 2013 

 

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."

Tue, Nov 26, 2013 

 

Council OKs ordinance to control sale of marijuana

The city of Blaine is trying to manage the maze that new state marijuana laws have created.

Keep it local for sustainable holidays this year

One of the most profound ways we affect the environment is through the food we eat.

Blaine getting dressed up for annual holiday party

Over the weekend the city of Blaine will begin sparkling with holiday cheer.

Happy holidays

The Northern Light office will be closed on Thursday, November 28 and Friday, November 29 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

A local twist on a traditional recipe

Smoked oyster stuffing

Lummi Gateway Center to host the third annual Coast Salish Winter Festival

The Lummi Gateway Center will launch its third annual Coast Salish Winter Festival arts and crafts market on Friday, November 29, and will run on Fridays and Saturdays from Thanksgiving until Christmas.

Santa Claus is coming to town

On Saturday, December 7 North Whatcom Fire and Rescue (NWFRS) will be working with the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office "Project Santa" to collect donations that will benefit nearly 300 local children.

Becoming a family

The courtroom was abuzz, and the gallery crowded.

Pastor takes step of faith, embraces new community

Answering a call from God can mean many things.

Around the community

Port of Bellingham commissioner Scott Walker set to retire.

Wed, Nov 20, 2013 

 

Blaine Food Bank seeks donations to meet their goal

In the back room at the Blaine Food Bank, volunteers bustle about filling boxes with canned goods, boxed food and supplement it with what meat and produce they have on hand.

Blaine moving forward with new streetlights

Saving energy is high on the city of Blaine's priority list these days, and current plans will make the city not only a little greener but a pioneer as well.

Port will work with Birch Bay on new directional signage

If tourists can't find the amenities in Birch Bay, they won't spend money there.

Be an angel to a family in need this season

The holiday season can be a tough time for many families; especially those who are in financial distress and don't have the means to buy gifts for their children.

O, Christmas tree

It's time to bring out the tinsel and the Christmas lights.

Holiday Dash registration is open

Get ready to run - and crawl and climb and jump.

Performers needed for holiday concert

On Thursday, December 12, and Tuesday, December 17 at 7 p.m., the Blaine schools' music department will host their annual Blaine Community Christmas Holiday Concerts.

Blaine woman with Filipino ties drums up support to help with typhoon relief

When tragedy happens halfway across the world, it can be difficult to relate to the suffering of those unfamiliar faces.

Kids' ski program gearing up for winter

Mt. Baker Ski Area is opening for the season on Thursday.

Wed, Nov 13, 2013 

 

Sheriff's deputy nearly struck by fleeing vandal

Vandalism will get you nowhere - especially if you try to run down a sheriff's deputy with your car when you're caught.


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