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Here comes the sun ... hopefully

Sunny skies, good food, drinks and company brought a crowd to Kiniski’s Reef Tavern on Saturday, May 21. Reef owner Nick Kiniski, l., talking to customers. more

Bordertown bill fails to proceed through Senate

A Democrat-led effort to pass a bill in the U.S. Senate containing aid to Point Roberts and other exclaves failed after it fell short of the 60-vote filibuster-proof threshold. The aid component was … more

Saltwater Cafe

 Saltwater Cafe, located at Gulf Road and Marine Drive, is now serving dinner along with breakfast and lunch. more

No poultry from Canada allowed to enter the U.S. following avian flu outbreak

The highly infectious H5N1 avian influenza virus, or bird flu, was detected in Whatcom County last week after recently being detected in B.C. and other Washington counties. Washington State … more

Crossings – June edition

Traffic into Point Roberts April 2022, with figures for 2021 following. April: personal vehicles 40,491 (5,967); pedestrians 581 (9); commercial 344 (144). more

Hey graduates and parents of graduates!

If you or someone you know is graduating from high school or college this spring, let the community know. Please contact the editor at the All Point Bulletin no later than June 15 with your plans … more

Letters to the Editor – June

The Editor and Whatcom County Council: I am a 10-year homeowner in Point Roberts and thankful to be back. The All Point Bulletin recently ran a detailed article on Whatcom County’s ongoing … more

A care home in Point Roberts? An idea whose time has come

Victor Hugo, French poet and novelist penned the statement, “Nothing else in the world is more powerful than an idea whose time has come” and Circle of Care’s (CoC) board of … more

PAWS redoubles its efforts

As Covid-19 restrictions continue to ease, Point Roberts Animal Welfare Society (PAWS), a registered non-profit organization, is renewing its focus on the wellbeing of the domestic and wild animals … more

Point Roberts TV

Are you ready for a little history lesson? Four episodes of Point Bulletin, a special collaboration between the All Point Bulletin and then-Delta Cable in 1992, covered schools, parks, border issues … more

Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride

 Darrell (above) and Louise Cassidy raised $2,224 on May 22 for the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride ($4,467 total in the last two rides). In total, the local Vancouver ride raised $61,859 … more

People of the Point – Rose Hawayek

In the Covid-19 silver linings category, meet Rose Hawayek, whose path to Point Roberts was paved in part by the pandemic. In 2020, when Covid-19 restrictions caused the closure of her successful San … more

Volunteer appreciation day set

The Point Roberts community will celebrate Volunteer Appreciation Day on Saturday, June 25 at the Benson Road fire hall. The celebration promises fun for the whole family. Throughout the afternoon … more

Eagle shoutout

There is currently one of the worst Avian Flu outbreaks ever, and it’s killing bald eagles all across the country. If you see an eagle on the ground, and you can get closer than 200 feet to it … more

Parks district has busy summer planned for kids

With Covid-19 restrictions being relaxed and border traffic slowly approaching pre-pandemic times, the local parks board has lined up an exciting summer program for kids aged 6-12. Camp begins … more

Library quick picks –June

Bestsellers: Livid ...................................  Patricia Cornwell The 6:20 Man ......................  David Baldacci Aftermath ............................. Lavar … more

Sheriff's Reports – May

May 4, 8:05 a.m.: Extra patrol on Gulf Road and Tyee Drive. May 4, 12:33 p.m.: Assist citizen on Panorama Drive. May 6, 8:31 p.m.: Hangup (911) on Weasel Run. May 7, 4:32 p.m.: Assist … more

Obituary – Keith Edmond Glading

Keith Edmond Glading Point Roberts resident Keith Edmond Glading died February 20, 2022 at his home. He was 79-years-old. Keith was born in Keyser, W. Virginia to Dr. Ralph and Thelma (Redden) … more

Barged in house finds a home

The house that was barged in last week from South Surrey has found a home off Johnson Road. Read the story in the June edition of the All Point Bulletin. more

House Barge

The real estate market on the Point is crazy - homes are really moving. This one came overseas to a site off Johnson Road. The move was performed by Nickel Bros and the foundation and finishing work … more
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