Thu, Feb 12, 2004 

 

News in Brief

Terrell Creek work party scheduled for April The Terrell Creek Stream Stewards are continuing their work restoring the creek, and will next meet on Thursday...

Blaine skate park: first work phase starts up

The Blaine skate park is slowly becoming a reality, as a construction crew began digging up the site Wednesday afternoon.

Shea to speak at chamber meeting

Ellen Shea, developer of the proposed retreat on Birch Point, will speak at the Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce meeting next Tuesday, to clarify her plans...

Birch Bay community plan on tonight�s agenda

�It�s nice to see it happening. We�ve been doing this for three years,� said Kathy Berg, vice-chair of the Birch Bay Steering Committee.

Blaine eyes new plant location, goals

by Rebecca Schwarz Kopf

Thu, Feb 5, 2004 

 

Mature Adults You�re only as old as you feel Special Section - The first in a four week installment

It�s never too late to get in shape

After six-decade career, Andy Anderson retires for good

U.S. Representative Rick Larsen joined elected officials, community members and other �fans of Andy� to salute the career of his Bellingham office director...

News in Brief

Run to the Border support needed It�s that time of year again for the annual Run to the Border kids fun run and the 5K race. According to race organizer...

Arts and Jazz event Saturday night

WHAT: The seventh annual arts and jazz festival benefitting students in music and the arts. WHEN: Saturday, February 7 from 7-11 p.m. WHERE: Blaine middle...

Sea Scouts getting ready to set sail

Blaine�s first ever Sea Scout group have formed a �ship,� or troop, in Blaine and will be meeting for the first time next week.

Shea holds open house, neighbors continue fight

About 100 people attended an open house last Saturday afternoon at the site of a proposed retreat on Birch Point � a meeting held by developer Ellen Shea...

Voters approve levy, fire annexation

by Rebecca Schwarz Kopf

Thu, Jan 29, 2004 

 

Semiahmoo Resort to unveil spa

Spa facilities at Semiahmoo Resort are currently undergoing renovation and expansion to enhance the resort's premier �destination� status in the Northwest...

Arts and Jazz event scheduled for next week

The annual Arts and Jazz event is scheduled for Saturday, February 7 at the Blaine Performing Arts Center (PAC).

Business Bits

New trainer, therapist at Whatcom Fitness Kelly Luedke recently joined Whatcom Fitness as a personal trainer and physical therapist assistant. She has ...

Benefit party held for local couple

Blaine high school teacher Robb Bouma awoke early on January 6 to see if the snow had cancelled school for the day. Instead, he discovered his home on ...

Several Blaine residents honored by Rotary

Several Blaine residents were honored as Paul Harris Fellows, a Rotary International designation of high achievement, at a special ceremony last week.

Kiniski to be inducted into hall of fame

by Tavish Bradbury

News in Brief

Democratic precinct caucuses set for Saturday The Democratic Presidential precinct caucuses throughout the state are scheduled for Saturday, February 7...

Blaine officials, CWAC meets with BBWSD, Port of Bellingham

City of Blaine and Port of Bellingham officials were scheduled to meet this week to discuss a wastewater plant location in the Marine Drive area; however...

Alcoa funds to be used for boardwalk

The city of Blaine received a $29,561 check from Alcoa, reported city manager Gary Tomsic at city council�s Monday night meeting.

New border headquarters to be constructed

Construction plans are in the works for a new border patrol sector headquarters facility, including a conference room, helipad and pistol range, to be ...

Committee to develop economic plan

by Rebecca Schwarz Kopf

Thu, Jan 22, 2004 

 

Dakota restoration crew holds first meeting

About 15 people interested in the proposed restoration of the Dakota, a 72-foot fishing vessel built in Blaine in 1944, met officially for the first time...

News in Brief

Second annual Brant Festival scheduled for AprilThe second annual Brant Festival is returning to Blaine and Birch Bay on Friday, April 17 and Saturday,...

Larsen, Blaine officials discuss trains

U.S. Representative Rick Larsen came to town last week to discuss the issue of train crossings with city officials who continue to watch the tracks.

Birch Bay chamber launches young adult program

The Birch Bay chamber announced the inception of a new scholarship and outreach program benefitting Blaine high school students, during a packed chamber...


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