Wed, Feb 6, 2013 

 

Groups work to reintroduce chum salmon to Terrell Creek

The Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association placed 24,000 chum salmon eggs into remote site incubators along Terrell Creek on February 5.

Wed, Jan 30, 2013 

 

Bob's Burgers and Brew hosts Super Bowl brewer's night party

Anyone who has watched the Seahawks games at Bob's Burgers and Brew in Birch Bay Square this season knows it was a pretty good scene

Blaine schools work with police to keep campus safe

While debate rages at the national, state and local levels about gun control and public safety, local law enforcement and school district officials agree that maintaining security on the Blaine campus will be a priority in 2013, especially in light of the tragic events in Newtown, Connecticut last month.

He's not your average Tom, Dick or Harry

The Blaine Police Department has received five separate reports in the past two months regarding a man exposing himself to adult women in public locations and masturbating in public view.

Developer pulls plug on Blaine projects

The signs have gone up all over the buildings along Peace Portal Drive, and the message is clear: Ken Imus is leaving town.

Horizon project sold to Canadian investment group

Horizon at Semiahmoo, a major development project that originally had plans for more than 675 single and multi-family homes as well as 130,000 square feet of commercial space, has been sold by Union Bank to North America CC Chang Jiang Investment, LLP.

Honorary coach moves Blaine fans to tears at home game

Abbigale Bott was the honorary Blaine coach at the girls basketball game against Lynden January 25.

Start planning now for spring makeovers

If April showers bring May flowers, what do winter's snowflakes bring?

Blaine's Arts & Jazz night a hit

The 16th annual Arts & Jazz festival raised more than $9,200 in funds to support the arts in the Blaine School District this year.

Whatcom READS! 2013 kicks off the new year

The Whatcom READS! season is in full swing, with a variety of events scheduled throughout the county, including Blaine, and culminating in three author engagements in Bellingham and Lynden.

Wed, Jan 23, 2013 

 

Annual Arts & Jazz festival is just around the corner

Everything has a beginning.

Birch Bay berm project begins its scoping process

Engineering firms are scoping the shoreline enhancement project, and county officials expect to hear cost and scheduling estimates in the coming weeks.

Leadership set goals for 2013 legislature: Education to be top priority in this year's session

Could this be "The Year of the Grand Bargain in Olympia?"

Arrests made in 2011 shooting

According to the Whatcom County Sheriff's Department, Adrian Montelongo, 21, and Jose Santos, 22, have admitted to shooting a man in the parking lot of the Golden Nut Company in Blaine on December 4, 2011.

Blaine man propositions preteens for sex

A Blaine man has been arrested and charged with communicating with a minor for immoral purposes and two counts of soliciting to rape a child in the second degree.

Jim Jorgensen named president of 2013 Port Commission board

Port of Bellingham Commissioner Jim Jorgensen was selected to serve as president of the port's board of commissioners for 2013.

Blaine shelter offers adoptions and unique haven for rescued felines

There's an Eden in the heart of Blaine.

Art festival seeks 2013 exhibitors

Artists are invited to exhibit and sell their artwork at the International Art Festival at Peace Arch State Park on June 22 and 23.

Tips for running on a rainy day

When the weather takes a turn for the worse, it can be difficult to get motivated to even get off the couch much less go for a run.

A morning walk through Blaine Harbor

Wed, Jan 16, 2013 

 

Ancient medicine offers wellness alternative

A series of small, flexible needles ride the ridge of Mili Rauwolf's leg as she rests on the table at the clinic.

Students use talent to promote cancer research

The diagnosis of cancer can be terrifying.

Whatcom County Council debates reconveyance

In their first meeting in 2013, Whatcom County Council unanimously approved a request for the County Executive to enter into a contract between Whatcom County and Wilson Engineering, LLC

Tomsic announces retirement, city considers options

The face of city management is about to change.

Children's consignment store to open in Birch Bay

A new children's consignment store that will specialize in high-end children's clothes, furniture, strollers and toys will open its doors in Birch Bay by the end of next month.

Drive Sober campaign nets 115 DUI's in Whatcom

Ramped up DUI patrols over the holiday season made Washington roads safer last month, during a season notorious for drunk driving.

Keeping your home safe from winter fire hazards

As cold weather sets in, we look to furnaces, wood stoves, and space heaters to keep us warm.


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