Thu, Apr 4, 2002 

 

Water contract final, sewer contract comes next

On Tuesday Birch Bay Water and Sewer District (BBWSD) manager Roger Brown and Blaine city manager Gary Tomsic met to sign a 30-year contract for the city...

Thu, Mar 28, 2002 

 

Zoning review starts with hearing

The Blaine planning commission will begin reviewing the first phase of a two-year review of city zoning and land use regulations tonight.

Champs again!

The Blaine team of Micah Vitaliz, Reilly Vinall, Jake Hamburg, Emily Nauman, Glen Hamburg, and Chris Cushman finished second at the 2A State Knowledge ...

Helping parents help kids

The Blaine Family Service Center�s spring workshop series kicks off next week with a series of classes to help adults help kids.

PSE gets a wee rate increase

The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (WUTC), Puget Sound Energy and the state attorney general have reached a settlement which would ...

Crab not, for molt they do

Dungeness and red rock crab are starting to molt in the San Juan Islands area and the state department of fish and wildlife (DFW) has shut down all local...

Council votes to try BTAC changes

Exhausted into unanimity, Blaine city council approved staff recommended changes to the Blaine Tourism Advisory Commission (BTAC), turning it from a granting...

A big thank you

A group of Blaine citizens led by Mike McBride have put their appreciation of border personnel in writing. March 19 the group presented border agencies...

Kansas wins, but U.S. discovers Ridnour

Just about everyone in Blaine and a copious quantity of people in Washington, Oregon, Texas and the United States were watching as ex-Borderite Luke Ridnour...

Council approves water contract before deadline

In the nick of time, Blaine city council unanimously approved a new water supply contract with Birch Bay Water and Sewer District (BBWSD).

Senator Murray visits border, meets with mayors

United States Senator Patty Murray was in Blaine Monday to talk about interconnected issues of border security, transportation improvements and how they...

Thu, Mar 21, 2002 

 

Free trees

Ten free white flowering dogwood trees will be given to each person who joins the National Arbor Day Foundation during March, 2002. The free trees are ...

Good luck!

A person who has contributed a great deal to the school music program will be moving to Nine Mile Falls, near Spokane.Robyn Ross moved to Blaine just over...

A crabby time

The first Softball Benefit Crab Feed at Dakota Creek Roadhouse was an overwhelming success. Over 225 tickets were sold and there were some walk-ins, too.Bob...

Pet lovers have a local option now

Local traveling vet Jack Schuman has decided it’s time to settle down. At his newly opened Birch Point Cat and Dog clinic in the Blaine International...

Local flotilla to conduct tests

The U.S. Coast Guard auxiliary is building up enough of a local membership to start a local flotilla. “We’re operating now as a detachment of...

Water contract runs final course before approval

Following a sparsely attended public study session, Blaine city council appears poised to approve a water supply contract at next week’s council meeting...

Birch Bay State Park gets its boat launch back

Local boaters can breathe a collective sigh of relief. Whatcom County hearing examiner Michael Bobbink has ruled against a county planning and development...

Thu, Mar 14, 2002 

 

Study checks prostate cancer, nutrition link

A joint cancer prevention study by the National Cancer Institute, St. Joseph Hospital, Cascadia Clinical trials and Swedish Hospital is looking for local...

Firefighters celebrate successes

Fire district 13 marked its first year as part of North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Service at its annual award banquet last Saturday. A crowd of over 100 ...

Lawrence is youth of the year

The Blaine Boys & Girls Club recently selected Alex Lawrence as its 2001 Youth of the Year.Fourteen-year-old Alex has been a member of the Blaine club...

Gardner pushes for marker removal

Senator Georgia Gardner is quietly working to move the controversial Jefferson Davis marker beside the Peace Arch to the Semiahmoo museum and out of the...

Supersized cell in middle school

Three weeks ago Todd Apple’s seventh grade class didn’t know cells had parts. Today, they know what those parts are, how they work, and they ...

Volunteers needed for math match

You don’t have to be a math whiz to lend a hand at the 2002 Washington State Math Championship, where youngsters from across the state will match ...

Cleaning up their act, or just the facade?

There is no more mention of adult or XXX content on the outside of the Blaine Book Company. To read the building’s signs, it’s just another video...

Council hears somber financials

Despite a year of cuts and belt-tightening, Blaine still is paying out more than it’s taking in. “Our beginning fund balance for 2002 has declined...

Cancer tests

St. Joseph Hospital’s Community Cancer Center is coordinating a free colo-rectal Cancer home-testing kit distribution until March 15. Hemoccult II...


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