Thu, Nov 18, 2004 

 

Hugehaul of pot discovered

Customsand Border Protection (CBP) officers seized an estimated$5.6 million worth of marijuana last Saturday at thetruck crossing in Blaine. The contraband...

After26 years, there’s a new horizon for Shirley

ShirleyThorsteinson, a one-time Blaine bartender who rose throughthe ranks at city hall to become city clerk in 1992,is calling it quits after 26 years...

GSApresents drafts of border expansion

Analphabet soup of state and federal agencies was presentat an open house hosted by the U.S. General Services Administration(GSA) last Tuesday evening ...

Thu, Nov 4, 2004 

 

Here’show to be a chum to a wet chum

TwoUnited States Coast Guard Auxiliary members rescued anelderly man Wednesday after he slipped and fell intothe 40-degree waters of Blaine Harbor Marina...

Here’show to be a chum to the Chum

The Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA) willhost its next tree-planting party and barbecue on TerrellCreek this Saturday, November 6, beginning...

Don’tcall the fire department!

NorthWhatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) will be conductinglive fire training near Blaine and Birch Bay-Lynden roadson Saturday, November 6.

SunsetEquestrian Park has new manager

The70-acre Sunset Farm Equestrian Center on Blaine Roadgot a new manager and the Honey Do Farm on Lincoln Roadgot a new location when Whatcom County Parks...

Havewalk, see herons

AnnEissinger of Nahkeeta Northwest Wildlife Services willbe leading a walking tour of the Birch Bay Heron Colonyon Jackson Road beginning this afternoon...

Blainechoir to sing for Sonics

AndyHarmening will direct the Blaine high school chamberchoir in the national anthem at the Key Arena beforethe 7:30 p.m. Sonics-New Jersey Nets game on...

Howdid your appeal go?

RecentlyU.S. NEXUS officials initiated an informal appeals processfor people who were either originally denied acceptanceinto the program or who subsequently...

Cityimposes conditions on Seagrass

Blainecommunity economic development director Terry Galvinissued a determination last week outlining 27 conditionsthe Trillium Corporation must meet to...

Jailmeasure passes as county residents turn out in force

Localvoters turned out in force for an election that combinedhot local issues with a tight presidential election.

Borderfoils Ecstasy smuggling operation

ASeattle couple driving a 1990 Infiniti sedan featuringa secret compartment electrically operated by the domelight switch was arrested last Sunday, October...

Thu, Oct 28, 2004 

 

Honorfestival comes to Blaine

Eachyear the San Juan Music Educator’s Associationsponsors many events such as Honor Festivals, solo & ensembleperformances, a jazz festival,...

RedCross urges safe scary fun

Halloweenhas emerged as one of the most popular holidays celebratedin the United States. In neighborhoods throughout thecountry, youngsters and adults ...

Newsin Brief

‘Pocket motorcycle’ regscomingAfter meeting with scooter users of all ages and citizensconcerned about the proliferation of small motor scootersand...

They’renot teaching them to be shy

Thisyear’s crop of seniors who joined Blaine legislatorsand staff for a day to learn how city government works weren’tshy. Questioning from...

Cityexpresses concern about shape of things to come

Blainecommunity economic and development director Terry Galvinhas been watching developers snap up property along theBlaine downtown waterfront, and is...

BirchBay steering committee revamped

TheBirch Bay Steering Committee (BBSC) met last Saturdayto re-invent itself. Having had its community plan approvedlast month by Whatcom County Council...

Thu, Oct 21, 2004 

 

BookReview

The League That LastedNeil W. MacdonaldMcFarland & Company, Inc. Publishers$29.95

Cityplans to object to county zoning decision

Thecity of Blaine isn’t happy withzoning changes recently adopted by the county along withthe Birch Bay community plan. According to city managerGary...

Itall boils down to the money

Ata joint work session of the Citizens Wastewater AdvisoryCommittee and Blaine City Council participants listenedto 10 different ways Blaine could treat...

Brochureto attract birders

Thecity of Blaine has produced 10,000 copies of NorthwestBirding, a new brochure that will “encourage peopleto see this as an important birding area...

Timber-r-r-r!

Workersfrom the Bow Hill Mill began the process of removingnearly 500 trees from the area south of the Blaine airportthis week, ending an effort that began...

Timeto sign up for Boys & Girls club basketball

Basketballseason is here for kids in grades K through 8th grade.The Blaine Boys & Girls Clubhas started registration for the 2004-2005 winter season.Registration...

LincolnPark: Blaine’s first park

LincolnPark is our first Blaine public park. Purchased by thecity in 1906, it is about 29 acres of beautiful nativetrees, with walking/jogging paths winding...

‘HotRod’ Hamilton to turn 80

Oncea hot rodder, always a hot rodder.


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