Fri, Feb 16, 2001 

 

Gardner wants to fix primary woes

State senator Georgia Gardner, D-Blaine, wants to do something about Washington’s often-lamented blanket primary system.

Regional wastewater study to review additional options

Although they’ve been expecting it for weeks, the feasibility study commissioned by Blaine and the Birch Bay Water and Sewer District to help determine...

City considers extending power to Vista Terrace

Residents of Vista Terrace may finally get one of the carrots dangled on a stick when the neighborhood was annexed four years ago.

Thu, Feb 8, 2001 

 

Chamber planning a big Bite of Blaine

They hope you’re hungry. Who’s they? The directors of the Blaine Chamber of Commerce.

Students take a respectable fifth place

Facing the best brains from around the Northwest, Blaine’s math team came out swinging at the Northwest Math Championship last weekend.

Remembering Keli Scott... March 31, 1960 – February 12, 1996

For all of you who had the pleasure of knowing Keli, if only through a passing smile or a friendly hello, she was an inspiration to us all. Keli’s...

200 IN REVIEWCity of Blaine Police

The men and women at the Blaine Police Department wish to express their appreciation for the tremendous support we have received from the community over...

Local students named to honor rolls

In recognition of high scholastic achievement, the following Blaine students have been named to the Whatcom Community College Dean’s List for fall...

Honors for local piano prodigy

The Royal Conservatory of Music awarded eight-year-old pianist Marcus Yu first-class honors after he was adjudicated for his grade one performance at Surrey...

Speeders beware!

Blaine police are stepping up enforcement along Drayton Harbor Road after a speeding Jeep Cherokee flipped over into a ditch Friday night.

FSC’s offerings expanding

The Blaine family service center’s expanding menu is reaching out to adults this year, with a growing list of classes, workshops and outreach programs...

“Cut the darn fir trees!”

Blaine’s airport commission may be a step closer to its goal of a treeless area around the runway.

State looks for input on fisheries

“As always, we’ll be facing some tough choices and we want to give the public the opportunity to get more involved in that process,” said...

Chamber to BTAC: Please fund Skywater, July fourth

Although they agree with much of the Blaine Tourism Advisory Committee’s (BTAC) new marketing plan, Blaine Chamber of Commerce board members have ...

Can’t say ‘no’ to a boy and his arrows...

There may be no business in Blaine that feels the prick of cupid’s arrows quite as much as Blaine Bouquet. This Valentine’s Day the local florist...


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