Thu, Mar 3, 2005 

 

Timeto focus on car prowls

TheWhatcom County Sheriff’s Officehas responded to 453 car prowls throughout the county in2004.

Icelandicdescendant reflects upon marina life in Blaine harbor

In theearly 1970s, a man of Icelandic descent became the successorto Berg Shipyard on the Blaine Harbor landfill. He namedthe family business the Westman...

Plannersand public in for heavy slog as Sea Grass hearings continue

TheBlaine planning commission opened hearings last weekon the 22-acre Seagrass Cottages development plannedfor Semiahmoo spit. For many of the 200 plus...

Residentsapprehensive of future impacts

Blainecity manager Gary Tomsic had to coax testimony out ofa reluctant group of east Blaine residents and propertyowners attending a public hearing on ...

Thu, Feb 24, 2005 

 

SenatorCantwell urges citizens to join online petition

SenatorMaria Cantwell has started an online petition to senda message to the White House that the northwest doesn’twant to pay more for power.

New homes plannedfor the bay

TheTrillium Corporation sold 150 acres to local developersJim Kaemingk and Fred Bovenkamp last week for a planned 450unit partially gated community to ...

Localman connects with Iwo Jima

One of the best-known WW II photographs shows six soldiersraising a large American flag atop Iwo Jima’s MountSuribachi. The 60th anniversary of that...

Matureadults - aging gracefully

Whydo we age? What can we do about it?“I was taller then,” laughed Chuck Stanfordat his Valley View Road home, reviewing his days as a minorleague...

MarkNadler comes to Blaine with worldwide acclaim and Broadway fame

Arearesidents are in for a world-class and funny treat onSaturday, March 12 when screen and stage star Mark Nadlerappears on stage at the Blaine performing...

Sharethe cash, share the jail

WhatcomCounty is asking cities to invest in building the newinterim jail facility in Bellingham in exchange for jailcredit that could more than triple ...

It’sa no-go on Drayton Harbor Road for the time being

Recentrains softened the bank along the south side of DraytonHarbor Road so much that the road began washing out,so Whatcom County put up temporary barricades...

Goodwork!

Followingare the results for the recent Future Business Leadersof America conference at which several Blaine studentsreceived awards. Close to 400 students...

Comebird with us...

Localenvironmental education organization, RE Sources, offersan exciting opportunity to view winter waterfowl withexpert birder Dave Schmaltz. Join RE ...

Newsin Brief

A fine job was doneBlaine high school offers 10 advanced placement (AP) coursesin a variety of subjects to challenge students to takecollege-level courses...

Localman busted in meth lab case

A43-year-old Blaine man was arrested Wednesday morningon two counts of manufacturing and delivery of a controlledsubstance by the Northwest Regional Drug...

GSAmeeting produces more gloom than light

Projectmanager Mark Howard of the General Services Administration(GSA) hosted a workshop last week at the Blaine SeniorCenter that left many in the crowd...

Developersinvited to join in new zoning fest

Aftersome procedural wriggling Blaine planning commissionersand city council members agreed to let local developersjoin in as they inched their way through...

Thu, Feb 17, 2005 

 

We’vegot food on our TVs and on our minds

Somerestaurant dishes are so inspiring, takeout just isn’tenough. On Saturday, February 19, beginning at 11 a.m.,KCTS presents KCTS Chefs 2005, a...

This haberdashery comes with a healthy dose of localhistory for you

UntilBlaine gets its own history museum, the place to go formemories and to find out about the old days is Goff’sDepartment Store. Patriarch Murray...

Goodteacher hunting

Doyou know an outstanding teacher? The office of the superintendentof pubic instruction is looking for the state teacherof the year. Nominations may be...

Partnersplanning Harborside building

“It’san opportunity to be pioneers,” said Rick Osburnof his partnership’s plans to build a visuallyinnovative mix of stores and...

It’sno go if you glow

WhenPoint Roberts resident Wayne Seeley crosses the U.S.border he needs to pull in for a 20-minute inspection,every time. He sets off the radiation detectors...

Seagrassopponents gain ally

Opponentsof the Seagrass Cottages development on Semiahmoo spitare expected to turn out in large numbers at the Blaineplanning commission’s public...

Newdowntown regulations proposed

Blainecity council and planning commission are working togetherto refine proposals that would change the way developerschange the city’sdowntown ...

Thu, Feb 10, 2005 

 

Recenthome & lot priceBlaine, Birch Bay & Point Roberts

14sales – January 01 – January26th, 2005

PrivateLives to debut at Blaine Community Theater

BlaineCommunity Theater is staging a production of “PrivateLives” written by Noel Coward and directed by MikaelKenoyer.

Localteacher launches new children’s play in Ashland

Recently,Blaine primary school teacher Shari Akers, entered amusical she wrote in the Kennedy Center/American CollegeTheater Festival. The play, entitled...


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