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Publisher's Note

The end of November has brought tidings of sad news to this newspaper, Point Roberts, and elsewhere. The founding editor of the All Point Bulletin, Glennys Christie, passed away November 15 at the … more

It's all over but the tears

By Steve Guntli   The dust has settled, the votes are counted and the results are largely unchanged: Republicans and incumbents won the day in the November 4 … more

Dock, dock, who’s there? Nuthin.

By Meg Olson   The dock replacement at Lighthouse Marine Park continues to be plagued by a combination of fish and tide challenges, which might delay the … more

Hit the Reef; fight the towers

To celebrate winning Round 1 in the fight against the towers, the anti-radio tower coalition is sponsoring a party and fundraiser on Saturday, November 29, from 6 to 10 p.m. at Kiniski’s Reef … more

What a difference a year makes

By Meg Olson   A year ago Dean Priestman, manager of the Point Roberts International Marketplace, brought David Duncan in as the store’s produce manager, and … more

When in doubt, go holiday shopping on the Point

Pedal Pushers on Gulf Road has the goods to get someone off the couch and on the road. Auntie Pam’s Country Store has oodles of gift ideas to … more

An unexpected view

The top of Mt. Baker peeks out from behind Twin Sisters Mountain, an unusual perspective captured south of Acme on Highway 9 on November 15. South Twin rises 7,004 feet into the air … more

Jody Edyth Hackleman

Jody Edyth Hackleman Sept. 29, 1949 – Nov. 11, 2014 Jody Hackleman died quite unexpectedly on Tuesday, November 11 at PeaceHealth St. Joseph Hospital in … more

Download a power outage app from PSE

Puget Sound Energy (PSE) is taking their service into the digital age by introducing an app to monitor power outages. The myPSE app lets users report power outages directly to PSE. … more

Advisory meeting has a melt-down

By Pat Grubb   The regular Point Roberts Community Advisory Committee meeting on November 12 hadn’t even started when it was hijacked by audience members … more

Glennys Christie, journalist, crusader for democracy and justice

By Alix Christie   Glennys Christie spent her life fighting injustice. She was a crusading journalist, feminist and environmentalist whose career took her from … more

Not the same ol' pumpkin pie

By Kara Furr   Pumpkin pie – for lots of people, it just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without one on the dinner table. But if you’re getting bored with the … more

International Day of Remembrance brings out a crowd

By Jollena Tylor Photos by Jeanette Meursing Over 80 people were in attendance on November 11 at the Benson Road fire hall. Thanks go to Point Roberts fire chief Chris Carleton, Richard Foreman, fire … more

Winter Ride program helps students hit the slopes

By Steve Guntli It’s time once again for Blaine students to hop on the ski bus. The Winter Ride program is now accepting applicants from middle and high school students … more

A unique, delicious pie for Thanksgiving

By Kara Furr Pumpkin pie – for most people, it just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without one on the dinner table. But if you’re getting bored with the same old pie, or you want to … more

Republican winning streak confirmed throughout county, nation

By Steve Guntli The dust has settled, the votes are counted and the results are largely unchanged: Republicans and incumbents won the day in the November 4 general election. Americans … more

Point Roberts bucks election trend

By Meg Olson   True to form, Point Roberts voted overwhelmingly Democratic, a result not reflected in the rest of the county, the state and the … more

BBC Broadcasting Inc. appeals hearing examiner's decision

By Meg Olson   BBC Broadcasting Inc. has appealed the Whatcom County Hearing Examiner’s decision to deny their application to build a radio tower farm on the … more

Fundraising for fight against the towers continues

To celebrate winning round one of the ongoing fight against the towers, the coalition is sponsoring a party and fundraiser on Saturday, November 29, from 6 to 10 p.m. at Kiniski’s Reef Tavern. … more

Blaine voters shoot down name change measure

By Steve Guntli It’s official: the name of Blaine shall remain the same. The voters of Blaine have soundly struck down proposition 2014-1, the measure that would change the … more
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