Thu, Oct 2, 2003 

 

Boat sinks after morning collision

Several men were injured Wednesday morning after two vessels crashed outside of the Blaine Marina while crabbing.

Treatment alternatives to be presented at open house

The Citizens Wastewater Advisory Committee (CWAC) met again last week and established three preferred alternatives that will go before the city council...

Tidelands make aquatic reserve list

Land near Cherry Point has been named one of the first aquatic reserves in the state, according to the Washington State Department of Natural Resources...

Thu, Sep 25, 2003 

 

NWFRS to discuss shop future

North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) will meet in a special meeting tonight to discuss the future of the shop, including financial options and...

Home Improvement

Couple weekends of work save time, money

Pastor faces federal charges after teen smuggling attempt

The youth pastor who was caught earlier this month attempting to smuggle a teenager in his trunk will face federal charges.

Stream stewards to collect samples, establish work party

The locally-founded Chums of Terrell Creek and the county-wide Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA) are working together to clean up Terrell ...

News In Brief trillium

Resident tips police, wanted felon found in bar Blaine police took a wanted felon into custody, after a resident tipped authorities that he was in a bar...

Public meeting set for BP cogen plant

An open house and public comment meeting addressing the proposed BP Cherry Point cogeneration project has been scheduled for October 1 at the Blaine Performing...

Birch Bay plan off to county planning commission

The Birch Bay Community Plan, A 2020 look to the Future, goes before the Whatcom County planning commission tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the Whatcom County ...

Train delays see increasing complaints

Freight trains crossing the border into Blaine are being x-rayed for security reasons, but this procedure is generating complaints from the community about...

Thu, Sep 18, 2003 

 

Fall Gardening

Container gardening adds convenience, creativity

Home Improvement

Adirondack Chairs: The perfect porch accessory this season

CWAC evaluates alternatives, will meet next week

The citizens wastewater advisory committee (CWAC) met for the sixth time earlier this week, evaluating 13 sewer alternatives for nearly four hours.

News in Brief

Blaine student teacher, friend break world record After 75 long hours, Blaine student teacher Natalie Svenvold and Brandi Carbee, both of Bellingham, gingerly...

Pastor attempts to cross border with girl in trunk

A youth pastor who attempted to cross into Canada with a 16-year-old girl in his trunk was charged by authorities Tuesday with first degree sexual misconduct...

Jorgensen wins nearly half the vote

It�s unofficial, but official. Blaine resident, retired teacher of 30 years and charter boat captain Jim Jorgensen has won the Port of Bellingham district...

Family fishing trip ends in two deaths in Alaska waters

A Blaine man and his father survived a boat accident last weekend near Sitka, Alaska; however, one brother was found dead and the other remains missing...

Fumes lead to two-block evacuation

Two blocks were closed off and several buildings evacuated following the detection of potentially explosive fumes in a sanitary sewer manhole on D Street...

Thu, Sep 11, 2003 

 

Officers assist investigation

Blaine officers are assisting Thurston County authorities in the murder investigation of 16-year-old Ashley Parks, a Whatcom County girl found dead last...

Prepare the lawn now for spring season

Homeowners can increase their chances of a great looking lawn next spring by winterizing their lawn this fall.

Sunset Ranch to hold open house, share plans

Every morning Karen Murphy drinks a cup of coffee on her porch before starting her day�s work of fixing fences, mucking stalls, ripping out blackberry ...

Skagit expanding Semiahmoo facilities

The Upper Skagit Tribe has big plans for Semiahmoo Resort, none of which include gambling. Instead, imagine a leading destination resort that offers a ...

News in Brief

Food bank shelf at Cost Cutter available For those who would like to donate food to the Blaine food bank, there�s an easy way to do it now: head to the...

NEXUS users number more than 35,000

The NEXUS program has been officially running for more than a year now, and officials say its more stringent than its predecessor PACE. According to assistant...

Birch Bay steering plan completed

The community has been invited to learn more about The Birch Bay Community Plan, A 2020 Look to the Future, a publication outlining the growth of Birch...

Airport: Land proposal in the works, future plans discussed

The city council took no action during Monday evening�s meeting concerning the potential land deal that would add 5.43 acres of land to the Blaine Municipal...


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