Thu, Jun 8, 2006 

 

Committeepresents a variety of airport plans

Acommittee formed to study alternative uses for the airportproperty is looking at the inclusion of an airport intwo of the three land-use scenarios proposed...

Thu, Jun 1, 2006 

 

2006Blaine High School Recognition Night100 Years of Excellence

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Suttonwins scholarship to study abroad

Blainehigh school junior Sara Sutton is a serious student whowants someday to travel in Europe. Thanks to InternationalExperience USA’s (IEUSA)global...

Yogaclasses focus on athleticism, strength

Blaineresident Tera Drake is taking her yoga practice to thestreets.Drake, who opened Temple Body Yoga in May, will be offeringon-call yoga instruction...

Vigildonors will see their name in brick

Next week, as the street ends thatwill anchor Blaine’s downtown boardwalk near completion,citizens and businesses who have donated money in supportof...

Machineprovides voice for young student

Emma Welter isa charming young lady from Birch Bay who has been in schoolfor four of her six years.

BPsettles Cherry Point lawsuit

Alawsuit that environmentalists began six years ago overan extension to BP-Cherry Point refinery’sdeep water pier settled out of court last week,...

Statepatrol: speed was top factor in Feb. 28 crash

Detectives withthe Washington State Patrol (WSP) have completed their investigationof a February 28 crash that killed two Blaine high school girls andinjured...

GSAissues FEIS on Peace Arch project

Aninformal public informational meeting will be held June8 to present the final environmental impact statement(FEIS) for the Peace Arch border facility...

Planningcommission votes against Seagrass project

Bya 4-3 vote, the Blaine planning commission recommendedthat Blaine City Council deny the Trillium Corporation’smost recent site plan for developing...

Cityto hear public’s transportation priorities

Theresidential streets recommended for improvement by theBlaine street advisory committee will be ranked alongwith some major arterial projects and improvements...

Thu, May 25, 2006 

 

Onthe Waterfront

Thisis the time of year when the commercial boats are gearingup and getting ready for the summer salmon season inAlaskan waters. You can tell the difference...

ThreeBlaine coaches resign

TheBlaine school board approved resignations from varsitycoaches Monday night, but got one of them back the followingday when Foster reconsidered.

Talentshow features local performers

The 10th annual Community Talentshow at Blaine School District’s Performing ArtsCenter on May 13 showcased local talented dancers, singers,actors...

Thecruising life

Portland residentsJohn and Linda Wilson, and their dog Maggie, a Bichon Frise,pulled into Semiahmoo Marina last week on Voyager, their36-foot Grand Banks...

Campin,90, to walk 5K Human Race in June

StafholtGood Samaritan Center resident Vivian Campin has a dailyritual of strolling though the hallways, visiting her friendsand neighbors along the way...

Waterslidesto re-open May 26

?Blaine City Council has approved sweeping changes to what the citycharges for services, but citizens from Blaine’s street advisorycommittee have...

Veteransfor Peace vigil planned Monday

TheOlympia, Seattle and Bellingham/Whatcom County chaptersof the Veterans for Peace (VFP) have scheduled a memorialexhibit Monday, May 22 at Peace Arch...

BPsafety panel concludes investigation in Blaine

Membersof a special safety panel organized by British Petroleum,heard testimony Monday about worker and community concernson safety at their Cherry Point...

Streetcommittee advises ‘sweeping’ changes

BlaineCity Council has approved sweeping changes to what thecity charges for services, but citizens from Blaine’sstreet advisory committee have finished...

Thu, May 18, 2006 

 

Newstore features eco-friendly, specialty shoes

Jody Finnegan has a passion forshoes from clunky and comfortable to stylish and elegant – andeven more in between.

Ploverto start summer schedule

TheM/V Plover leaves its winter mooring in Blaine Harborat noon on May 26 to begin its annual 50-day spring/summercrossing schedule between Blaine Harbor...

Studentsailing program planned for summer

“Herewe are in Blaine, right on the water,” saidone-time school principal and Hobie Cat sailor Ron Snyder, “andyet a lot of people in...

Councilreviews fees

Citycouncil members are reviewing the completed unified feeschedule for the city, intended to give staff and citizensand businesses one place to go to ...

Programoffers leadership skills

TheWhatcom Coalition for Healthy Communities is acceptingapplications through June 15 for the next Leadership Whatcomprogram beginning September 2006.

Talentshow features local performers

The 10th annual Community Talentshow at Blaine School District’s Performing ArtsCenter on May 13 showcased local talented dancers, singers,actors...

Newsin Brief

Click itor TicketWhatcom County law enforcement agencies will be steppingup their patrol for seatbelt violations until June 3as part of their Click it ...


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