Thu, May 15, 2003 

 

Blaine Marine Services opens new Semiahmoo location

Local life on the water just got easier, care of the new Blaine Marine Services business at 9540 Semiahmoo Parkway. Complete with all of your essential...

Derelict vessels to be removed

The city of Blaine is forging ahead with the removal of the USA and Liberty, the two derelict vessels stuck in Drayton Harbor.

City repeals parking fees to boost business

The city of Blaine repealed current parking fees at Monday�s city council meeting in an effort to boost downtown business, eliminating parking costs for...

Judge rejects fire recalls

Whatcom County Superior Court judge David Nichols rejected the recalls of four North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) fire commissioners on Friday...

Thu, May 8, 2003 

 

School Notes

Masonic scholar-citizen award winners Five students were recipients of the Masonic scholar-citizen award. These students were among 69 high school juniors...

Get out and grow!

Encourage plant growth with homemade compost

City raises power rates after Bonneville hikes

The city of Blaine raised its power rates 5.5 percent in light of recent increases by Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), the source of Blaine power...

Comings and goings at WRSS chamber

This Friday is the deadline for submitting resumes for the position of manager of the White Rock-South Surrey (WRSS) chamber of Commerce. Resumes are due...

News in Brief

BCBP seizes $3 million in marijuana The bureau of customs and border protection (BCBP) inspectors seized 635 pounds of marijuana during a routine examination...

Blessing of the Fleet ceremony on Sunday

The annual Blessing of the Fleet will be held on Sunday, May 4 at 1 p.m. at the Sawtooth Dock, Blaine Harbor. The public is invited to attend this ceremony...

Blessing of the Fleet

Many in the community gathered at the Sawtooth Dock on Sunday to remember those lost at sea during the annual Blessing of the Fleet.

Over 400 attend second Shuckin�

About 400 people, half of the expected turnout, attended last Saturday�s Shuckin� on the Spit, an event held to raise awareness and funds to clean up Drayton...

New Blaine pier, wave barrier officially open

A ribbon-cutting ceremony officially marked the opening of the new Blaine pier and wave barrier last Friday.

Woman identified, no signs of trauma

The dead woman found last week in Blaine has been identified, but the cause of death is still unknown.

Thu, May 1, 2003 

 

Get out and grow

Starting seedlings: sun, wind and cold can hurt growth

Public pier opens Friday

The Port of Bellingham invites the community to join it in celebrating the completion of the new Blaine Harbor wave barrier and improved Blaine public ...

Denny�s closes, representatives cite poor business

Denny�s Restaurant, the only 24-hour eatery in the Blaine area, closed for business earlier this week, and representatives weren�t saying much, except ...

Smart Growth Birch Bay to meet May 13

The next meeting of Smart Growth Birch Bay will be May 13, 7-9 p.m. at the Birch Bay Community Bible Church.

News in Brief

City to form plant relocation committee The city of Blaine is interested in forming an advisory committee focused on the relocation of the wastewater treatment...

Blessing of the Fleet ceremony on Sunday

The annual Blessing of the Fleet will be held on Sunday, May 4 at 1 p.m. at the Sawtooth Dock, Blaine Harbor. The public is invited to attend this ceremony...

More than 60 boats compete in regatta

Garry Parenteau of the Point Roberts Yacht Club won both of this past Sunday�s Bill VanDerBorn Memorial races for division 2 in his San Juan 28 Dream Scape...

Woman found dead in vehicle

The body of an adult female was found in the gravel pit area near David and Allan Streets in Blaine, Wednesday morning.

Boardwalk plans moving forward, contract signed

The city of Blaine is one step closer to a boardwalk, following city council�s unanimous decision on Monday night to allow city manager Gary Tomsic to ...

Larsen, residents discuss concerns

In a green button down shirt, jeans and boat shoes, Representative Rick Larsen visited Blaine on Saturday afternoon to discuss issues of concerns with ...

Thu, Apr 24, 2003 

 

Get out & grow!A special gardening section

Personalize your garden, with a theme

DEA loses hemp ruling, granola production continues

Monday, April 21, should have been the day that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) implemented their final rule prohibiting the production of foods...

News In Brief

Smart Growth Birch Bay launches websiteSmart Growth Birch Bay, a newly formed independent citizen�s organization focusing on growth, recently launched ...


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