Thu, Sep 15, 2005 

 

Airportpetition won’t fly, says city attorney

WhileBlaine city council is sorting through names for a committeeto investigate the economic value of possible alternativeuses for the airport, a group...

Thu, Sep 8, 2005 

 

Soundsof the Harbor musical festival this Saturday

Allyou need to attend the Sounds of the Harbor music festivalthis Saturday is a bag of groceries – andmaybe some cash to purchase a raffle ticket...

Puttin’ onthe ritz...

“This is the only event that actually honors the peoplewho brought us the Peace Arch,” said Christina Alexander,inviting Blaine city council...

BePrepared

Washington state will observe National Preparedness Month,911 Day, and Weather Radio Awareness Month in September.A statewide earthquake drill will occur...

JoinSam Hill at the Peace Arch this weekend

Each year, the United States-Canada Peace Arch AnniversaryAssociation (US-CPAA) rekindles the civic spirit of thecommunity by commemorating the anniversary...

Onthe Waterfront

Ithas finally been busy at the harbor this last week. Therewas a salmon opening for gillnetters and Treaty Indians,and then another opening for seiners...

BloodDrive

TheBirch Bay community blood drive will be held on Monday,September 19 from noon - 2 p.m. and 3 - 6 p.m. atfire district 13-Birch Bay station located at...

Atthe Library

Thissummer the Blaine Library continued to prove to be anintegral part of the community. Local residents founda cool and relaxing place to peruse their...

Newhome & garden shop opens in Birch Bay Square

byTara Nelson

PacificArts Association:Another year of music underway

In 2004, The PacificArts Association brought five main stage concerts to Blaine: the BillHilly Band; Revolution: A Tribute to the Beatles; A String of ...

BlaineAirport Commission:Nothing but blue skies ahead

2004once again saw us directing much of our efforts towardthe removal of obstructions in the flight path to makeapproaches to the airport easier and safer...

Localman flying high

“Aviationhas always been my passion,” saidBlaine native Jeff Geer. At 46, he’s found a wayto make his passion pay off as he enters his...

D.C.-bound

BlaineMiddle School student Alexandra Grubb was invited alongwith 200 middle school students from across the countryto the Junior National Young Leaders...

Newadministrator appointed

WayneWeinschenk began work as the administrator of Blaine’sStafholt Good Samaritan Center July 20, and so far sayshe’s been pleasantly surprised...

Localborder personnel head off to gulf states

While a few localBorder Patrol agents and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officersare heading to the Gulf coast to help that area recover from hurricaneKatrina...

"It'sBlaine and Birch Bay's Turn"

The real estateboom that has been happening all around Blaine and BirchBay for many years began making itself felt in our areatwo years ago and shows no...

Trilliumto propose changes to Seagrass condos

Blainecity attorney Jon Sitkin has provided guidelines forthe Trillium Corporation to proceed in response to theirrequest at an August 22 Blaine City Council...

Localsget behind hurricane relief efforts

Thehearts and wallets of local residents are opening upin response to the tragedy that hit the gulf states lastweek after Hurricane Katrina roared ashore...

Thu, Sep 1, 2005 

 

Voteready

Electioninformation is available at the Whatcom County Auditor’sOnline Voter Guide at www.whatcomcounty.us/auditor. WhatcomCounty Auditor, Shirley...

Downhome cooking at Big Al’s

Afterseveral months of renovations, Al and Terry Holub openedBig Al’s Diner in July in theformer Denny’s building with a staff of 20, andbusiness...

BirchBay clothing designer opens new store at outlet center

PatriceGreguski, of Birch Bay, had been thinking for some timeabout starting a business in which she could use herpoetry writing skills, the only question...

Abusy fall planned for the Blaine senior center

Thetraditionally lazy days of summer find our own greatBlaine Senior Center going strong. Another page is turning,another September is coming, with many...

Neighborsand parks board pitch in to improve Montfort Park

MontfortPark is one of Blaine’soldest parks and is classified as a neighborhood parkwhich will be used primarily by those who live in theimmediate...

Whopays for roads as Birch Bay grows?

byTara Nelson

Newell’strial scheduled

Blaine high school principal Dan Newell’s jury trial was scheduledfor Tuesday, September 27, during motion calendar proceedings for theWhatcom County...

Localrealtor wants airport on the ballot

Localrealtor Dennis Hill is launching a petition to put thefuture of the airport on the ballot again.

Countybuys the last slice of the heronry buffer pie

Anunusual coalition of local businesses, a state agencyand the Whatcom Land Trust helped Whatcom County buy three,five-acre parcels near Birch Bay State...


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