Thu, Oct 27, 2005 

 

Deputiesbust up burglary gang

Sheriffdeputies raided a house on the outskirts of Blaine andbroke up a burglary ring that has been preying on constructionsites and new homes.

Localyouths heading off to Tanzania

Dr.Steve Friberg, a missionary doctor among the Masai tribesin northern Tanzania, has invited five Blaine high schoolstudents to help him with a building...

Nelson’svoter registration questioned

CarynJohnson, a member of the Revitalize Blaine Now group,has challenged Blaine native and one-time airport managerDon Nelson’s right to vote in ...

Bungerfound not guilty

Following a nearlytwo-week long trial in Whatcom County Superior Court, a jury foundJason D. Bunger not guilty last Thursday in the death of a 20-monthold...

Conflictof interest alleged by some

SomeBlaine citizens are speculating as to whether three councilmembers have acted on a conflict of interest.

Studentarrested for writing threatening letter

Thecity of Blaine made headlines across the nation and worldwidethis week as a 15-year-old Blaine high school studentwas arrested Wednesday on suspicion...

Citycouncil nixes Seagrass cottages project

“No surprises tonight,” said Trillium projectmanager Pam Andrews after city council voted quickly andunanimously to deny the developer&rsquo...

Thu, Oct 20, 2005 

 

Conflictof interest alleged

FormerBlaine City Council member David White is planning to takethe city to court over what he says are “conflictsof interest and malfeasance&rdquo...

Campaign ’05

1.Can you share a story with us that gives insight on whathas shaped your values and shows how it makes you fitfor the office you are running for?

Thisproduction really bites

Localaudiences are in for a Halloween treat this weekend andnext as the Blaine Community Theater presents seven performancesof its own take on the ageless...

Tellus about it

‘Tisthe season for haunting experiences in Blaine and BirchBay and we want to know about yours!

Stateincreases minimum wage

Washington’sminimum wage will increase 28 cents from $7.35 an hour to $7.63 anhour beginning on January1, 2006.

Suspecttestifies in toddler’s death

JasonD. Bunger, a resident of Ferndale who is being triedon charges of manslaughter in the death of Zakory Commissaris,a 20-month old Blaine infant who...

Justone more thing to deal with on the border

Avolunteer group calling itself the Minutemen began patrollingthe international border between Blaine and Sumas thismonth to publicize what it feels are...

ExaminerOKs 149-acre Birch Bay project

BayClub Partners have agreed to build a $3.5 million publicarterial road at their own expense linking Birch PointRoad with Semiahmoo Parkway as a condition...

Thu, Oct 13, 2005 

 

CityBriefs

Blaine city council decided not to pass a resolution takinga position on the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps patrolsat local borders, though two council ...

Studentsrecognized

The College Board has recognized eight Blaine high schoolstudents who earned the designation of AP scholar on theircollege-level advanced placement program...

Youngat Heart

Fallis rushing right on in with the days getting shorter,the nights getting longer and the temperatures gettinglower.

Localartists sell goods at craft fair

A handful of Blaine,Birch Bay and Custer artisans will sell their handcrafted goods thisweek at the Lynden Craft and Antique Show on October 13, 14 and...

Walk-a-thonties with H.O.G. efforts

Blainewill participate in the Walk Across Washington, a campaignto encourage people to walk more, and organized by theAssociation of Washington Cities,...

Candidatesoffer variety of viewpoints in local forum

BirchBay and Blaine area residents got first hand answersfrom Whatcom County Council and Northwest Parks and RecreationDistrict candidates during a candidate...

Harborsubdivision approved by city council

Blainecommunity development director Terry Galvin gave rarepraise to the developers of a subdivision planned forthe shores of Drayton Harbor. “They...

Thu, Oct 6, 2005 

 

Sewer ratesfly higher and faster

byMeg Olson

HomeImprovement

When Mike Gobbatowanted extra storage behind his house on Pipeline Road, he decidedto build a barn instead of another efficient but boring pole building...

US-VISITtesting gets underway

Testingof the US-VISIT program at the Peace Arch is well-underwayand critics of the program are questioning if the programwill ever be able to fulfill ...

Theboys are back! The boys are back!

“Athalftime I told them to get back out there and hold ’emon defense,” said Blaine head footballcoach Dave Fakkema, “and to score...

Councilputs forth its own airport initiative

TheBlaine City Council in an emergency meeting on Tuesday,voted unanimously to reject a Blaine citizen initiativefrom being put on the November ballot ...


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