Thu, Mar 23, 2006 

 

A worldof treasures for the discerning homeowner

?Worldly Treasuresis back in business – thistime with new owners. The business, which specializes in exotic furniture and imported items,re-opened...

Larsenspeaks out on border rules

?The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) and the2010 Winter Olympics were the subjects of much discussionat an International Mobility and Trade...

Truckcrossing improvements get belated go-ahead

A$35 million project to widen and lower the truck route,State Route 543, between Boblett Street and the Canadianborder will begin next month thanks to ...

Fedsseize huge quantity of Ecstasy and pot

U.S.border officials seized more than $12 million worth ofEcstasy and marijuana that was being smuggled in a truckloadof shredded plastic.

Thu, Mar 16, 2006 

 

HomeImprovementDesign and craftmanship the key to framing

For Leah Burton, framing is just as much about design asit is about craftsmanship.

Councilapproves “innovative project.”

Blaine City Council has approveda preliminary plat for a vanguard subdivision that will highlightaffordable small homes and lots of shared open space.

Citycouncil considers concrete

Whenyou walk on the new Blaine boardwalk, the city wants youto think you’re walking on agedtimbers. What will really be under your feet is dyed andstamped...

News in Brief

Road race scheduled for April 9The Birch Bay International Road Race is scheduled for April 9 at 9a.m., starting at the Birch Bay Waterslides. Individuals...

Truckroute work to start in spring

Thereconstruction of the truck route between the freewayand the border is set to start in late April after thestate legislature approved additional funding...

Councilvotes to loosen downtown code restrictions

BlaineCity Council stopped short of giving free rein to downtowndevelopers, but they will give them more latitude.

Schoolsuperintendent Derrington resigns

Blaineschool superintendent Dr. Mary Lynne Derrington announcedMarch 14 that she will resign from her post at the endof the 2005-06 school year.

Thu, Mar 9, 2006 

 

HomeImprovement

When Rick Dubrow purchased A-1 Buildersin 1976, it was a dwindling home repair business that broughtin only around $50,000 a year.

Communitypays tribute

Tears and a bit of laughter were shared as more than 1,000people attended a joint memorial service for Kailey Walterand Brittney Armstrong at the Blaine...

TerrellCreek Landing breaks ground

Ginaand Marc Weigum have recently broken ground on their 26,700square foot retail and residential project called TerrellCreek Landing. It’s beingbuilt...

Workcontinues while fundraising heats up for Vigil sculpture

Blaine’sPacific Arts Association hopes to install the Bob McDermottsculpture known as the Vigil next September on the plazaat the H Street end of...

Blaine’ssister city decision draws near

It tookonly two numbers separated by a slash to symbolize theday America entered its dark night of the soul. 9/11. Mycountry has been thrust into a tragic...

Congratulations!

Christopher Abbey and Shannon Colacurcio were named toSeattle Pacific University’s autumn quarter dean’slist. Annalisa K. Sticklin was named...

Got damage?

The Whatcom County Sheriff’s officedivision of emergency management is seeking informationfrom individuals who received damage to their primary residenceduring...

Canyou help?

Blaine high school is looking for volunteers to help studentswrite essays for college and scholarship applications.

Trufflesnow open for lunch

The upscale restaurant run by chef Marienes Johnson will be offering anew Texas-style barbeque lunch menu featuring pulled pork sandwiches, beefbrisket...

Cityplanning staff to present zoning changes

Afterrepeated delays Blaine planning staff are ready to rollout the first proposed changes to the city’scomprehensive plan and zoning map.The first...

Movingon up...

Banner Bank has announced the promotion of Anne Gravesto retail branch manager in Blaine.

Attention:Future kindergarteners!

TheBlaine primary school’s kindergarten registrationwill be held on Thursday, March 30 in the Blaine primaryschool multi-purpose room from 10 a.m...

Trilliumcharges dismissed

UnitedStates District Court Judge John Coughenour has dismissedfraud charges against Trillium Corporation and presidentDavid Syre on the grounds that knowing...

Council okays airportlandfill site

Blaine city councilgave the airport commission the nod to go ahead with contract negotiationsthat would put a landfill just south of the existing runway...

Goodshow from math whizzes

Morethan 350 students in fourth to eighth grades competedon 101 teams from schools across Whatcom County in the24th Annual Whatcom County Math Championship...

Cityplanners take another look at Seagrass project

The Blaine planning commission has begun to chew overa new application for the Seagrass development on SemiahmooSpit, and is choking on the same bone that...


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