Thu, Sep 11, 2003 

 

Airport: Land proposal in the works, future plans discussed

The city council took no action during Monday evening�s meeting concerning the potential land deal that would add 5.43 acres of land to the Blaine Municipal...

Blaine officers recognized for work

Several members of the Blaine police department were recognized for their work last week, including police officer Mike Munden and senior officer Doug ...

Thu, Sep 4, 2003 

 

Business Bits

West Marine to hold Thursday night slam events Store manager Debbie Marley said that West Marine has opened its doors here in Blaine with the goal of creating...

Beth the Barber opens shop

Opening her own beauty shop has always been a dream for Beth McDiarmid, and now that dream has come true.

Students back to school, watch roads

As more than a million Washington students return to school, AAA reminds motorists to slow down and watch out for young pedestrians.

Building an outdoor wooden structure

Do-it-yourselfers across the country are spending their free time on outdoor projects that improve the utility and value of outdoor living environments...

County history book looks at communities, industries and personalities

Laura Jacoby can�t remember the first time she heard her grandfather talk about history. She can�t remember the first time she saw one of his old photographs...

Saturday�s Peace Arch celebration marks 82nd anniversary

History comes alive this weekend as Peace Arch founder Sam Hill, and other dignitaries of his time, will make an appearance to celebrate the 82nd anniversary...

News in Brief

September 11 memorial to be held at city hall American Legion posts 247 and 86 will be holding a memorial service to remember those lost on September 11...

Birding festival returns to area

More birding plans are on the table. As the Blaine-Birch Bay birding committee has completed its report establishing plans and goals, a date has been set...

Election season: Five run for Port, some unopposed

The start of election season kicks off with the September 16 primary. Some individuals are running unopposed, but one position has five names on the ballot...

Communities see significant growth

Blaine and Birch Bay are growing, much in part due its natural environment and the growth just south in Bellingham. Individuals are increasingly taking...

Thu, Aug 28, 2003 

 

Pacific International Exchange seeking families to host students

Pacific International Exchange is looking for 20 caring families to host high school students from Germany, Ghana, Mexico, Thailand and South Korea for...

Community officials to attend cross-border economic forum

Members of the Blaine community will join Whatcom County officials and Canadian representatives at White Rock�s Economic Development Committee�s (EDC) ...

I-5: WSDOT finished work, all southbound lanes open

All lanes of southbound Interstate 5 through Bellingham are open to traffic, according to Dustin Terpening, of the Washington State Department of Transportation...

Chums of Terrell Creek, NSEA focus on restoration

Two environmental groups are making significant headway in the restoration of Birch Bay�s Terrell Creek, a watershed that is suffering the invasion of ...

Healing pole begins Pennsylvania journey

A 13-foot, one ton healing pole created by Lummi Nation carvers has started its cross-country journey to Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where Flight 93 crashed...

City council unanimously agree to offer $305,000 in airport land proposal

The city council unanimously agreed to offer $305,000 to the owner of several acres lying near the southern end of the Blaine Municipal Airport.

Fence back up, James Way debate continues

by Shanna Green

News in Brief

Community theater to hold performance Blaine community theater is sponsoring a one night-only performance on Saturday, September 6. The comedy, �Said the...

Lake Whatcom advisory lifted

The Whatcom County health department is lifting the recreational water use advisory for Lake Whatcom in the Strawberry Point and Geneva areas.

School board discusses construction, cuts

by Pat Grubb

Gas at record high, over $2 a gallon

The average price of self-serve regular unleaded gasoline in Washington state has set a new record high, according to the American Automobile Association...

Meth lab, in the form of a van, busted in Blaine

A man was booked into Whatcom County Jail earlier this week on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine in his 1963 Dodge van.

Overcrowded jail leads to early releases

Last month, a Blaine police officer stopped a driver on Peace Portal Drive who had been reportedly driving recklessly. The driver�s left leg hung out the...

Thu, Aug 21, 2003 

 

Man burned in boat fire

One man was burned Wednesday afternoon after his boat caught fire in theBlaine Marina.

Whatcom County Red Cross names new health & safety director

Tom Burkland has joined the Whatcom County American Red Cross as director, health & safety services.


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