Wed, Feb 13, 2013 

 

Bite of Blaine gets mouths watering

Those who want to take a bite of local flavor should attend the Blaine Chamber of Commerce's annual Bite of Blaine event Monday, February 18.

Port creates website to help investors find commercial property

The Port of Bellingham is working to put the city of Blaine on the map - literally.

Suspected flasher arrested after investigation

A man charged with eight counts of indecent exposure was arrested by Blaine police on February 6, following an investigation that began in late November.

Stranger approaches teen girl

Blaine police report that on February 8 at 5:30 p.m., a girl was approached and frightened by a man she did not know.

Marathon set for Sunday

The 45th annual Birch Bay Marathon is scheduled for Sunday, February 17.

CJ's Beach House receives Niemann's magic touch

CJ's Beach House restaurant on Birch Bay Drive opened under new management February 7 with little fanfare, yet owner Jack Niemann said business has been good from the outset.

Whittling away: Lummi Nations carver demonstrates tribal traditions, techniques

Whittle by whittle, the chips of wood fall away as Charles Miller's handcrafted blade scrapes across the yellow plane of the diamond willow root.

Brush and paint give seniors a creative outlet

Lorene Parker, l., paints a waterfront scene during the painting class at Blaine's Senior Center on February 12.

Wed, Feb 6, 2013 

 

Blaine group seeks ways to spur development; propose a new medical facility, business retention

Developer Ken Imus' recently announced exit from the Blaine re-development scene has sparked some soul-searching and motivated a discussion on how to drive the Blaine economy forward.

Bite of Blaine set for new location

Tickets are now available for the 13th annual Bite of Blaine.

Annual 'Hands Across the Border' celebration is no more

The Blaine Chamber of Commerce announced on February 1 that the annual Hands Across the Border celebration would be cancelled due to escalating costs and diminishing donations.

New owner gives Northwoods Motel a makeover

It started with the carpets, then the bedding.

Dean's Lists for Fall Quarter 2012

Blaine man uses love of carpentry to help those in need

Some people look outside and complain about the rain while others see a job in the offing.

Young at Heart: February events and happenings

Now that we are in February we like to think of other things besides the rain, the wet and the cold.

Whatcom County Tour Program

Friday, February 15, Opera Performance Tour, Lucia di Lammermoor

Blaine passes state audit

An accountability report by Washington State Auditor Troy Kelley in regards to the city of Blaine's compliance with state laws and regulations was released on February 4.

Northwest Washington High School Math Championship

Blaine High School math teacher and competition coordinator Mike Dahl, l., and volunteers from the Phillips 66 Ferndale Refinery grade tests at the Phillips 66 Northwest Washington High School Math Championship on February 2.

Groups work to reintroduce chum salmon to Terrell Creek

The Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association placed 24,000 chum salmon eggs into remote site incubators along Terrell Creek on February 5.

Wed, Jan 30, 2013 

 

Bob's Burgers and Brew hosts Super Bowl brewer's night party

Anyone who has watched the Seahawks games at Bob's Burgers and Brew in Birch Bay Square this season knows it was a pretty good scene

Blaine schools work with police to keep campus safe

While debate rages at the national, state and local levels about gun control and public safety, local law enforcement and school district officials agree that maintaining security on the Blaine campus will be a priority in 2013, especially in light of the tragic events in Newtown, Connecticut last month.

He's not your average Tom, Dick or Harry

The Blaine Police Department has received five separate reports in the past two months regarding a man exposing himself to adult women in public locations and masturbating in public view.

Developer pulls plug on Blaine projects

The signs have gone up all over the buildings along Peace Portal Drive, and the message is clear: Ken Imus is leaving town.

Horizon project sold to Canadian investment group

Horizon at Semiahmoo, a major development project that originally had plans for more than 675 single and multi-family homes as well as 130,000 square feet of commercial space, has been sold by Union Bank to North America CC Chang Jiang Investment, LLP.

Honorary coach moves Blaine fans to tears at home game

Abbigale Bott was the honorary Blaine coach at the girls basketball game against Lynden January 25.

Start planning now for spring makeovers

If April showers bring May flowers, what do winter's snowflakes bring?

Blaine's Arts & Jazz night a hit

The 16th annual Arts & Jazz festival raised more than $9,200 in funds to support the arts in the Blaine School District this year.


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