Thu, Feb 23, 2006 

 

Group wants railroadmoved quickly

The SemiahmooCitizens For Public Safety want to see Burlington Northern SantaFe and provincial, state, and federal governments work together tomove the...

Teamsdo well in post-season play

Blaine’swrestlers and boys basketball team were both involvedin post-season play this past week and did well as bothprograms saw considerable improvement...

Localleaders call for delay in border ID requirements

Statelegislators are asking for more time and more planningbefore a passport or similar secure travel document isrequired of everyone crossing the U.S....

Theairport: What if a railroad ran through it?

Ifproponents of moving the railroad off the coastal routeas it heads north into Canada had not held back theircomments until the end, they may well have...

Thu, Feb 16, 2006 

 

Stafholtfills community need with heart and warmth

TheStafholt Good Samaritan Center, a nursing and assistedliving home in Blaine, traces its roots back to a groupof dedicated Blaine citizens and generous...

Popular daycarefacility opens in new location

A year ago the Semiahmoo Kids Kamp, a fixture for 10 yearsin Semiahmoo County Park, lost its lease. “The parkspeople wanted the building for their...

Watchit on the web!

OnThursday February 16, the girl’s basketball gamebetween the Blaine Borderites and Mt. Baker Mountaineerswill be broadcast live on the internet ...

Blainetaking the lead in AP courses

Blainehigh school math teacher John Freal began teaching an advancedplacement (AP) class in calculus almost 10 years ago. Sincethen Blaine has become a...

Goinggood and strong at 99 years of age

WhenNorma Kruse and her husband bought their beachfrontproperty in west Blaine in 1947, Semiahmoo was coveredin maple groves, visitors from Birch Bay came...

O’Neillreflects on 15 years of service

Asa self-employed designer and builder, Brad O’Neill,of the O’Neill Group design firm, has seen his shareof quaint small towns turned into ...

Statebill will protect confidential sources

News reporterswill likely be granted more protection from being forced to disclosethe identities of confidential sources, thanks to a bill that waspassed...

Longtimedivision chief resigns

The North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) boardconsidered the resignation of a long-time division chiefand honored three local people for saving...

DOTready to design new I-5 interchange near Blaine

Washington State Department of Transportationengineer Todd Harrison was primarily before Blaine citycouncil to talk about the funding shortfall for the...

Armedman in Renton causes border closure

TheU.S. – Canada border became a roadblock again onFriday evening when unarmed Canada Border Services Agency(CBSA) officers walked off the job because...

Thu, Feb 9, 2006 

 

Schooldistrict looks to future infrastructure needs

Blaineschool district superintendent Dr. Mary Lynne Derringtongathered a group of community leaders last summer tobegin studying how the school district...

Don’t miss the Kuuskmann-Taylor Project!

“We want you to wear jeans and bring the kids,” saidbassoonist Martin Kuuskmann, a noted soloist in venuesaround the world as well as a popular...

Quiltto go for a good cause

Blainehigh school student Kendra Rushing-Kuntz’ssenior project is a large quilt that took her between40 and 50 hours to build and sew. She plans ...

Conflictof interest charge thrown out

WhatcomCounty Superior Court Judge Charles Snyder has dismissedthe remaining three allegations of conflict of interestleveled at members of Blaine&rsquo...

Unbuiltspit land put up for sale

TrilliumCorporation has put its undeveloped Semiahmoo spit propertiesup for sale as the developer works to create a coordinatedapproach to take the area...

Qualityof Life for Mature Adults

Positive attitudeand fitness key to enjoying life

Statelooking for more money

Planned improvements to State Highway 543 between I-5exit 275 and the Canadian border, a section of road knownlocally as the truck route, have been put...

Groupgetting ready to forward recommendations

TheBlaine Citizens Wastewater Advisory Committee opted forone more work session with engineers, architects andlandscape designers before coming to city...

Stormcuts power, leaves homes waterlogged

Residentsin Birch Bay and Point Roberts are continuing cleanupefforts after a storm that ravaged several parts of thecounty, leaving 1,110 Whatcom County...

Thu, Feb 2, 2006 

 

Localstudent's work on display

JettieWilce, a junior at Blaine high school will be displayingher recent charcoal drawings at Fantasia Espresso & Teaat 1324 Cornwall Avenue in Bellingham...

Schooldistrict looks to future infrastructure needs

Blaineschool district superintendent Dr. Mary Lynne Derringtongathered a group of community leaders last summer tobegin studying how the school district...

Mother& daughter team up for garden show

ForDianna MacLeod and Lacy Best there are several importantingredients to building a garden – an old fashionedswing, a four-foot high pink glass ...

Intothe wild blue yonder

 


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