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Whatcom County receives $4.9 million for recreation

Whatcom County parks and recreation projects have received nearly $5 million from the state Recreation and Conservation Funding Board but not one nickel of it will be spent in Point Roberts. Instead, … more

Whatcom County fire ban increases to stage 2

Due to increasingly dry weather conditions, and the increase of Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) fire danger to high, the Whatcom County fire marshal’s office has ordered … more

Covid-19 in Whatcom County, by school district: July 3

Whatcom County has had a total of 9,947 confirmed and probable cases of Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic, according to July 5 Washington state Department of Health (DOH) data. The … more

Border protest to be held July 4

A cross-border protest against the continued closure of the US/Canada border is set to be held at 2:30 p.m. July 4. An announcement regarding the protest stated “Residents of both countries are … more

Point Roberts gets a twofer

Point Roberts will get a two for one visit on Friday, July 9 by Washington state governor Jay Inslee and U.S. Representative Suzan DelBene. No time or schedule has been determined as yet. On … more

Covid-19 in Whatcom County, by school district: June 26

Washington state opened businesses to 100 percent capacity June 30, bringing the state back to a sense of seeming normalcy for the first time since the pandemic forced shutdowns in March 2020. People … more

State fire marshal urges caution, preparation for upcoming wildfire season

As summer draws closer and the risk for potential wildfires increases, the Washington state fire marshal’s office urges citizens to educate themselves and prepare their properties now in order … more

After 460 days, still no word on when border will reopen

Despite unofficial reports that the U.S. intended to open its land borders with Canada and Mexico on June 22, that day came and went with no change to the status quo, the 458th day since the borders … more

Part Two: The Man with the Plan

Editor Note: The June issue of the All Point Bulletin featured the first of a two part interview with local resident Brian Calder. The first half may be found online at bit.ly/3jfAR4u As president … more

An Open Letter to Prime Minister Trudeau’s mom

Dear Margaret,   This is Point Roberts calling.   Do you remember how, when you were a student at Simon Fraser University, you and five of your friends would pile into a … more

County executive Sidhu goes 2 for 4

At a special outdoor town hall meeting the Point Roberts Community Advisory Committee (PRCAC) considered four proposed requests for county action. County executive Satpal Sidhu attended the meeting … more

Westwind Marine changes hands

Two weeks into taking over Westwind Marine, Jessica and Bryson Basore are more certain than ever they made the right choice buying the Point Roberts marine service and chandlery. “I think of … more

Young man killed in one-car collision

An investigation into a fatal car accident on June 1 will not be concluded for a few months, according to Washington State Patrol Trooper Rocky Oliphant. “Normal toxicology reports take … more

A look back at the Whalen Racetrack

This July will be the 70th anniversary of the opening of the Whalen Race Track. In July 1951, after a couple years of planning and support from friends and family, Phillip Patrick … more

People of the Point: Chwynyn Vaughan

Chwynyn Vaughan’s Garden Stand, located on Culp Court in Point Roberts, is the culmination of her holistic approach to life; a blending of her love of sustainability, organic goodness, natural … more

Circle of Care planning ahead

A Circle of Care committee has been busy composing a survey to assess the needs and wants of Point Roberts residents regarding a care facility. Your input is … more
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