Thu, Sep 4, 2003 

 

Communities see significant growth

Blaine and Birch Bay are growing, much in part due its natural environment and the growth just south in Bellingham. Individuals are increasingly taking...

Thu, Aug 28, 2003 

 

Pacific International Exchange seeking families to host students

Pacific International Exchange is looking for 20 caring families to host high school students from Germany, Ghana, Mexico, Thailand and South Korea for...

Community officials to attend cross-border economic forum

Members of the Blaine community will join Whatcom County officials and Canadian representatives at White Rock�s Economic Development Committee�s (EDC) ...

I-5: WSDOT finished work, all southbound lanes open

All lanes of southbound Interstate 5 through Bellingham are open to traffic, according to Dustin Terpening, of the Washington State Department of Transportation...

Chums of Terrell Creek, NSEA focus on restoration

Two environmental groups are making significant headway in the restoration of Birch Bay�s Terrell Creek, a watershed that is suffering the invasion of ...

Healing pole begins Pennsylvania journey

A 13-foot, one ton healing pole created by Lummi Nation carvers has started its cross-country journey to Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where Flight 93 crashed...

City council unanimously agree to offer $305,000 in airport land proposal

The city council unanimously agreed to offer $305,000 to the owner of several acres lying near the southern end of the Blaine Municipal Airport.

Fence back up, James Way debate continues

by Shanna Green

News in Brief

Community theater to hold performance Blaine community theater is sponsoring a one night-only performance on Saturday, September 6. The comedy, �Said the...

Lake Whatcom advisory lifted

The Whatcom County health department is lifting the recreational water use advisory for Lake Whatcom in the Strawberry Point and Geneva areas.

School board discusses construction, cuts

by Pat Grubb

Gas at record high, over $2 a gallon

The average price of self-serve regular unleaded gasoline in Washington state has set a new record high, according to the American Automobile Association...

Meth lab, in the form of a van, busted in Blaine

A man was booked into Whatcom County Jail earlier this week on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine in his 1963 Dodge van.

Overcrowded jail leads to early releases

Last month, a Blaine police officer stopped a driver on Peace Portal Drive who had been reportedly driving recklessly. The driver�s left leg hung out the...

Thu, Aug 21, 2003 

 

Man burned in boat fire

One man was burned Wednesday afternoon after his boat caught fire in theBlaine Marina.

Whatcom County Red Cross names new health & safety director

Tom Burkland has joined the Whatcom County American Red Cross as director, health & safety services.

Business Bits

New mobile computer business sets up shopPC Pros, the only mobile computer repair business in Blaine is now operating. Owner Selena Franklin said the business...

Woman�s flute plays healing music

by Shanna Green

Back to School Blaine School District 2003/2004

Superintendent's Welcomeby Dr. Mary Lynne DerringtonI am honored to be chosen as the new superintendent of the Blaine school district. My first two months...

Disaster preparation course offered to community

by Shanna Green

News in Brief

ATM stolen from Birch Bay convenience store A Birch Bay convenience store is missing its automatic teller machine, following an early morning theft, according...

Recreational crab fishing now open

The recreational crab fishery in Blaine and Birch Bay, known as the northern part of Marine Area 7, opened last Saturday, August 16 and will remain open...

School year starts with new superintendent, cuts

Students heading back to school next week will see some changes, including a new superintendent and cuts to numerous programs.

CWAC, city seek public feedback

The Citizens Wastewater Advisory Committee (CWAC) is in the process of evaluating alternatives and plans for Blaine�s wastewater plant, and announced they...

Thu, Aug 14, 2003 

 

Business Bits

New attorney at Law Office of Roger Ellingson Uphar Dhaliwal joined the Law Office of Roger Ellingson last week. Dhaliwal, who also speaks Hindi and Punjabi...

Woman�s flute plays healing music

by Shanna Green

Drayton Harbor improving, 2004 harvest likely

When you ask Geoff Menzies about the status of Drayton Harbor and when the community will see the first shellfish harvest, he smiles and his eyes light...


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