Blaine schools sees surge in cases, some classes moved online
The Blaine school district had 118 reported Covid-19 cases last week between all its schools, and with the influx of cases, some …
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Donated bicycles reach new owners in Rwanda
Bike donations that were dropped off last April at the Semiahmoo Golf and Country Club have made it to Rwanda where they will be given …
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Health officials warn omicron surge has not peaked
Whatcom County health officials say the county has not yet reached its peak during the omicron surge, which has already caused …
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Individual assistance on the way for Whatcom County residents impacted by the November flooding
President Joe Biden accepted governor Jay Inslee’s request to declare the November 2021 flooding a major disaster in Washington …
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Canadian officials intercept traveler crossing border with 100 kg of meth
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) arrested a woman who allegedly attempted to …
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Blaine schools in need of substitutes
The Blaine school district is looking for substitutes in all positions. Superintendent Christopher Granger is encouraging anybody who …
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Year in Review: Friends of Birch Bay Library
In 2021 Friends of Birch Bay Library (FOBBL) engaged energetically with the Birch Bay community, and we were rewarded time and again …
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Year in Review: Blaine Food Bank
Blaine Food Bank is so blessed to serve in this community. More than any other time 2021 has indeed proven what a privilege it is to …
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Year in Review: Community Assistance Program
The Community Assistance Program (CAP) started the year with several programs shutdown due to Covid-19. Fortunately, we were able to …
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PeaceHealth urges boosters, safe practices amid rise in Covid-19 cases
Due to a sudden and significant increase in Covid-19 patients, PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center is expanding its Covid bed …
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