Thu, May 18, 2006 

 

Newsin Brief

Click itor TicketWhatcom County law enforcement agencies will be steppingup their patrol for seatbelt violations until June 3as part of their Click it ...

LaCantina now open at the Bay

MaureenKelly and Bobby Christoffer opened La Cantina last monthat 7876 Birch Bay Drive.

OldSettlers seek talent for picnic

TheWhatcom County Old Settler’sAssociation is looking for amateur talent to performduring the 11th annual Pioneer Picnic at Pioneer Parkin Ferndale...

Newdevelopments abound

Blaineplanners are reviewing five new projects that will add116 housing units and 41,000 square feet of industrialspace to Blaine.“Every one of them...

Osburnsets sight on Arnie Road for development

Developer RickOsburn still has not given up on Blaine as a site for his planneddevelopments.

Pedestrianbridge approved by council

Blainehas amended a contract with an architectural group forthe boardwalk project to include a concept and scopingestimate for a pedestrian bridge connecting...

Sculptureexplores unity, healing at Peace Arch park

Forone student, it was a political satire depicting U.S.and Canadian leaders smiling and holding hands. For another,it was part of the grieving process...

Districtofficials, builders squabble over fees

Likestubborn friends at a restaurant bargaining over a checkthat’s bigger than expected, Whatcom County FireDistrict 13 and a three-man development...

Thu, May 11, 2006 

 

Boulehonored by Boy Scouts

The Blaine bed and breakfast Smuggler’s Inn wasrecently honored by the Mt. Baker Council of the Boy Scoutsof America with the Century Award as Business...

Internationalsculpture exhibit starts new year

Peace, love and pears are just a few ofthe themes present in this year’s InternationalSculpture Exhibit at Peace Arch Park.

Newdentist’s focus is on comfort and aesthetics

Bryan Chen’s new dentist office in Blaine may offerresidents a change of pace from traditional dentistry.

Newsin brief

$1.5 million in ecstacy seized Two Canadians and one American resident were arrested Friday,May 5 at the Peace Arch port of entry after U.S. Customsand...

Maritimeevents a time to celebrate and remember

Semiahmoo Yacht Club (SYC) officiallykicked off its 25th anniversary with the Blaine Sea Scoutshoisting the colors at Semiahmoo Marina flagpoles. After...

REDloans help small businesses get rolling

Forone Blaine business owner, it was initial costs of startinga small business. For another, it was diversifying herinventory to survive during the low-traffic...

BirchBay golf course set for auction

A Portland, Oregon-basedrealty firm has plans to sell the former Birch Bay Golf Course.

SpringFestfeatures 20 local artists

TheSweet Road Artisans Alliance is offering their firstannual Mother’s Day studio tour thisweekend.

Agenciesdebate how to slow traffic from 80 MPH

How do you fit together a highway, designed to keep peoplemoving and give them choices, and a border facility, designedto stop and scrutinize travelers...

Officialsdiscuss impact of SR543 roadword

“We’vebeen in the design phase on this thing for a long time,and the sooner we begin moving dirt the sooner we’llbe on our way out of...

Thu, May 4, 2006 

 

Onthe Waterfront

Thecommercial fishers in Blaine Harbor are mostly waitingfor a new season to open – localsalmon season will be this summer sometime, crab seasonis...

Youngat Heart

Here’swishing you a merry month of May. April was such a greatmonth, with a very successful rummage sale and a lunchof hot dogs and chili.

Womaninjured

A Blaine woman was seriously injured Tuesday after beingstruck by a vehicle in Surrey, B.C. according to the RoyalCanadian Mounted Police in Surrey.

Celebrate!

The Semiahmoo Yacht Club is celebratingits 25th anniversary with year-long events starting Saturday,May 6 with a boat parade and reception at the SemiahmooResort...

Roughstart to the regatta

Arecord 82 boats and several hundred skippers, crew andfriends from as far away as the Tri-Cities came to Blainelast weekend to compete in the annual Semiahmoo...

OpeningDay in Boundary Bay

Saturday’s opening day boating activities were hot and theweather cold while Sunday was “almost tropical” with sunand light wind around...

MarineDrive project to cost less

Blainewill be getting an unexpected financial break as thecity starts the first phase of upgrades to the wastewatersystem.

Somewinners, some losers in council zoning decision

Blaineresidents gnashed their teeth in silence and crossedtheir fingers as city council members tried to find acompromise that would address requests of...

Areyou ready for border blockages?

Ifyou have a comment on the particulars of the upcomingproject to expand State Route 543, locally known as thetruck route, to five lanes between Boblett...


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