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See the new library

The community will find out what the new library will look like when the project architect comes to Point Roberts for the Friends of the Point Roberts Library’s annual … more

Tiny Art Show benefits local charities

The Tiny Art Show at Auntie Pam’s Country Store raised over $800 for local charities including Dollars for Scholars. More than 60 people attended the March 14 event, enjoying … more

Mallards at the Point

Mallard ducks visit Ladybug Nursery on a rainy spring day. Photo by Darlene Gibbs more

St. Patrick's Day performance at senior's lunch

Tenor Allan Marter and Esther Rosenthal on piano perform Irish songs in honor of St. Patrick’s Day at the March 13 senior’s lunch at the Gulf Road Community … more

Dealer in endangered wildlife parts sentenced to jail

By Steve Guntli A Canadian man accused of smuggling rare rhinoceros horns out of Point Roberts has been sentenced to 30 months in jail. On March … more

Point Roberts Homegrown Co-op CSA

Andrew Grubb tending the garden at the Point Roberts Homegrown Co-op. The co-op is now taking reservations for its 15-week CSA program. Participants will receive a basket of freshly … more

Herring spawn

Masses of herring eggs were laid on the shores of Point Roberts in recent weeks. Photos by Richard Swanston more

An evening of cider, food and music

s Bruce Wright, l., and Peter Stuart explain the ins and outs of cider to an appreciative crowd at Brewster’s on March 17. Photo by Louise Mugar By Alex Grubb While much of the country was … more

Satpal Sidhu appointed to council

By Ian Ferguson Whatcom County Council voted 5–1 to appoint Satpal Sidhu as the district 2 representative left vacant following the resignation of Sam Crawford. The appointment is … more

Looking out from Lily Point

An early March morning on the Salish Sea as viewed from the south Lily Point lookout. Photo by Pat Grubb more

Welcome the arrival of spring

Three girls, Sophie Wolfman, front, and Ava and Sophie Tupper try their hand at weaving. Candy Harper, l., Sandy Holland and Jane Donaldson were … more

Trombones al Fresco

Randy Larson, l., Peter Homenuk, Linnea Gibbs and Ted Downey, of Trombones al Fresco performed at Trinity Church on March 22.                             … more

In Out Parcel offers convenience

By Meg Olson Brothers Robert and David Li’s introduction to Point Roberts was the same as it is for many who choose to visit from Canada. They were picking up a … more

Voter AGM to feature county exec

By Meg Olson Whatcom County Executive Jack Louws will be the featured speaker at the annual general meeting of the Point Roberts Registered Voters’ Association Thursday, April … more

Time stops for no man or woman

By Meg Olson Point Roberts is old and getting older, and some residents are trying to make it easy for older community members to stay in their Point Roberts … more

Stairs are now open to the public

Lily Point Park visitors can now walk a long loop from the park parking lot, down the trail to the beach, west along the seaside and up to the now-open-to-the-public stairs at The … more

Time for students to apply for Dollars for Scholars awards

The website for the Point Roberts chapter of Dollars for Scholars is now up and running, said Linda Hughes on Thursday, March 26. She announced students will be able to apply for Point Roberts … more

Book sale to raise funds for the new library

The Friends of the Point Roberts Library (FOPRL) spring book sale will raise funds for current library programs and feature two separate fundraisers for the new library construction … more

Massive herring spawn on South Beach

By Meg Olson Masses of herring spawn, up to 3 inches deep in spots, washed ashore on South Beach March 12, portents of a potential bumper crop of herring this … more

U.S./Canada deal could alleviate border traffic

By Steve Guntli The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Public Safety Canada have reached a new agreement that could reduce wait times at the … more
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