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April sunrise

April 18 sunrise over Boundary Bay. more

Cascadia International Women's Film Festival

The Cascadia International Women's Film Festival takes place at venues across Bellingham April 25-28, and then most of the films will stream online for purchase May 2-11. Film directors from around … more

Blaine sports roundup: Softball loses to tough competition, Dube commits to Skagit Valley College

Boys golf Blaine boys golf sent three athletes to Bellingham Golf and Country Club (BGGC) on April 16 for the Birger Solberg Invitational, facing the best 36 golfers from 11 Northwest Conference … more

Women’s film festival feature shines light on Canada’s infamous residential schools

An upcoming film festival in Bellingham will show a powerful new documentary about the intergenerational trauma inflicted on Indigenous families by Canada’s former residential school system. … more

What to expect: Cascadia International Women's Film Festival

  Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival is returning to Bellingham for a weekend of celebrating female filmmakers. The festival will bring a variety of events, from the U.S. … more

Whatcom Marine Mammal Stranding Network to hold training

WMMSN will hold a training for community members to learn how to respond to seal pups and other marine mammals in need. The training will run from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 27 at the WECU … more

Researchers conducting focus group on pandemic cross-border travel

WWU’s Border Policy Research Institute, in conjunction with Simon Fraser University, is conducting a research project to capture the impacts of border restrictions during the pandemic. … more

Eagle rescue

Discovering an eagle with a broken wing on a morning walk at Maple Beach on April 8, Adam Silver called it in to the fire department which dispatched firefighters to capture it. The eagle … more

Softball stay undefeated with another shutout gem from Bakker

Softball Blaine softball continued its undefeated start to the season on April 9 with another blowout victory, this time a 17-0 thrashing on the road against Nooksack Valley. Star pitcher … more

Make the unfathomable a reality: Eliminate the kidney transplant waitlist

As a kidney specialist, I envision a “moonshot” to eliminate the kidney transplant waitlist in Whatcom County. Our county could become a national model. President John F. Kennedy … more

Road Rules: Intersection artwork

Question: Lately I’ve driven through some intersections that have artwork painted on the pavement, including some multi-colored crosswalks. I think it looks great, but I wonder if it distracts … more

The Point Roberts Library and Water District are hiring

The library is hiring to replace Rose Momsen, who is leaving her library post this summer.  The Point Roberts Library team wishes her all the best!  There will be a party in her honor on … more

Easter Egg hunt at Bakers Field

The Easter egg hunt at Bakers Field on March 31 was well attended by Point Roberts families. Photos by Louise Mugar more

Fireside chat with chief Christopher Carleton

The new year is well on its way! The sun is up longer, the birds are active and spring is in the air. Public I said it back in December and want to say it again –thank you   for … more

Track and field shines at Trojan Twilight, softball stays undefeated

Baseball After consecutive conference losses to Sehome, Anacortes and Mount Vernon (which boasts the state’s best prospect in Oregon State commit Xavier Neyens) last week, the Borderites … more

First-degree murder charge dismissed for Blaine man found incompetent to stand trial

A 77-year-old Blaine man charged with first-degree murder for shooting his neighbor last October is incompetent to stand trial, a Whatcom County Superior Court judge ruled. The man’s charge … more

Former Blaine wrestlers bring success to WWU, WSU clubs

Former Blaine wrestlers Genesis Vasquez and Jacob Westfall are at different points in their collegiate wrestling careers, with Vasquez’s just beginning and Westfall’s at its twilight, but … more

Road Rules: Visibility and distractions in new cars

Question: You’ve written before about A-pillars being a visibility problem, but try being tall with the safety cam in newer cars completely obscuring your vision for its own purposes of viewing … more

Beekeepers Association

The Point Roberts Beekeepers Association celebrated the group’s 16th anniversary on March 4. They invite you to join them in this delightfully delicious pastime. From l., Randall (PJ) Minter, … more
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