Thu, Mar 8, 2007 

 

Youngat Heart

Yes, March came in like a lion, but folks at Blaine SeniorCenter are hopeful that it changes itself into a lamb beforelong. March is the time for celebration...

DukeUniversity Ciompi string quartet to play in Blaine thisSaturday

DukeUniversity’s Ciompi String Quartet, one of the country’stop string ensembles, is coming to town this weekend toheadline in the fifth concert...

Proposalwould explore driver’s license option at border

Afederal proposal could open the door a little wider forproponents of driver’s licenses to be used tocross the northern border.

HomeImprovementHome and garden showcases more than 300 exhibits

AlpinePondDave Misterly sells water gardens and ponds with waterfallsthat become the focal point of your yard and will operatewith very little care once...

Studentswin big at numbers match

Blaine students took home severalawards during the 25th anniversary Whatcom County MathChampionship last Saturday.

Buythe Bay grand opening today

Blaine’s new Buy the BayRealty and Property Management company will celebrate itsnew beginning with a grand opening celebration from 4 to7 p.m. Thursday...

Callingall artists

The Blue Horse Gallery, located at 301W. Holly Street in Bellingham will be having an art exhibitionfrom April 20 to May 11 to bring awareness to breast...

Aroundthe Bay City plans tighter limits on water

Blaine City Council will host a public meeting regarding a proposedchange in the city’s water service to residents outside Blainecity limits at 7...

BPcogeneration hearing is April 3

Apublic hearing for the final permit needed by the BPCherry Point refinery prior to construction of its cogenerationplant at the refinery will be held ...

MarineDrive scheduled to be completed by April

Aftera number of weather-related delays, the city of Blaineis back on track for finishing the first phase of improvementsfor Marine Drive as part of a ...

Flashinglights part of Boundary Bay’s future

Barberiadded work will be scheduled around “fishwindows” to minimize environmental impacts.

Thu, Mar 1, 2007 

 

Briefs

Wantto foster literacy? Spell “triskaidekaphobiacs”The Whatcom Literacy Council’s 11th annual TriviaBee for Literacy silent auction is...

Homeowneris up against wall in no man’s land

RetireesShirley and Herb Leu found out the hard way last monththat international law prohibits any kind of constructionwithin ten feet of the Canadian ...

HomeImprovement

Exploringthe moderate Blaine home

Wine-makingis a change of pace for Blaine couple

Productsfrom Ken and Jill Peck’s Dakota Creek Winery,the second winery to open in Blaine during the past year,will be available at a tasting scheduled...

Bandstudents recount trip to Japan

Much of the Blaine school board’sregular meeting Monday night was given over to a lengthyreport on the high school wind ensemble’s trip toJapan...

Businessgroup kicks off this Friday

LeTip, a groupdesigned to stimulate business activity through intense weeklynetworking breakfasts, will host a kick-off meeting for anew Blaine-Birch Bay...

Aroundthe City

Northwestparks board seeks inputNorthwest Park and Recreation District (NWPRD) has scheduledfour public meetings during March to gather public inputfor...

TheBorderite Report March 2007

Brought To You By The Blaine School DistrictShannon Breivik, EditorI would love to hear your comments or feedback. Send to: borderitenews@blainesd.org

DHSannounces passport flexibility

TheDepartment of Homeland Security (DHS) is proposing toloosen the passport requirements of the Western HemisphereTravel Initiative (WHTI) to exempt children...

Councilvotes 4-3 to close airport by Dec. 2008

Aftera final showdown between airport supporters and opponents,Blaine city council voted to close the Blaine municipalairport by the end of 2008.

Larsenoutlines priorities during Blaine visit

Makingcollege less expensive for students, more affordableprescription drugs, reducing foreign energy dependenceand aid to African countries were part ...

Thu, Feb 22, 2007 

 

BeingFrank

TheHealing PathThere is only one path that leads to the healing of PugetSound, and it is one that we all must walk together.

Areflection on one man’s descent into Alzheimer’s

Editor’snote: Bob Rieke has been a pastor for nearly 40 yearsand is currently the minister at Blaine's United Churchof Christ Congregational at Fourth...

Lifechanges may warrant insurance

Life is full of changes. Marriage, children, a specialholiday or anniversary, a new home and retirement all haveprofound impacts on your life. ...

Videographiespreserve family stories in time

Whatcom County resident RussellHicks had just finished his night watch shift and eatenbreakfast when the explosions started.

Takinga bite out of Blaine

Chicken mole,buttery crab legs, potato pancakes, and pita trianglestopped with spicy garlic hummus and Morroccan chicken werejust a few of the delectable...


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