Wed, Nov 11, 2009 

 

Young at heart

Fly tying workshops at the library

Alternative program keeps some kids in school

Not your standard approach. A new program at Blaine high school provides an alternative that works.

Wed, Nov 4, 2009 

 

Book review: Soldiers Once by Catherine Whitney

City revenues less than expected in 2009

Revenues from the city’s sales, tourism and real estate excise taxes are far less than anticipated in the 2009 budget, city officials announced last month.

Incumbents ahead in preliminary election results

Sculpture exhibit given extension

News in Brief

Stafholt schedules Giving Tree fundraiser • Clothing bank seeks part-time volunteers • Meetings to discuss roundabout impacts • No-cost Boys & Girls Club on Veteran’s Day • Chamber hosts free business workshop • Birch Bay boy to perform The SuperHero • School district to host fourth meeting

Habitat For Humanity opens new home store

Judy Collins to perform at Silver Reef 

Meeting to discuss border issues

In tough times, more motorists keep vehicles longer

Green tips for the eco-friendly motorist

NASCAR engine specialists in tune with engine noise

Family tips to keep your car running smoothly

Out in about on Halloween

Halloween slideshow

Wed, Oct 28, 2009 

 

City council weighs 1 percent property tax hike

Blaine homeowners can anticipate a slight increase in their property taxes next year if a proposed increase is approved by council.

Council votes 4-3 to remove impact fees city-wide

After months of debate, Blaine City Council voted 4-3 to remove developer impact fees city-wide.

Concert to benefit Blaine Food Bank

Those wanting an evening of musical entertainment while also supporting a worthy cause will want to get out this Friday night October 30 to hear the piano duo of Hal Logan and Dorothy Watson. They’re returning to Blaine for another pops concert at 7:30 p.m. at the Free Church Unitarian.

Blaine man starts sober driving service

A new Blaine business will transport both drivers and their vehicles home when they drink more than the legal limit.

Clothing bank seeks volunteers

School plans long-range review

The Blaine school district board of directors is undertaking a long range planning process during the current school year.

Read All About It: Blaine’s newest book store

County council to approve smaller Blaine, Birch Bay UGAs

The Whatcom County Council is moving into the final process of approving its 10 urban growth areas (UGA’s), including those of Blaine and Birch Bay to meet a December 1 deadline set by the state’s urban growth management hearings board.

Mayor clarifies Tomsic’s salary

Blaine city manager Gary Tomsic’s salary is not out of line with the salaries of other city managers and administrators in Whatcom County. That was the message from Blaine mayor Bonnie Onyon, speaking to attendees of a council meeting October 12.

The Garden Path

Blaine Builder Award


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