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Lily Point low tide

The Lily Point sand bar at low tide.               Photo by Ed Park more

Questions about $45 million school district bond answered

By Ian Ferguson Local voters will soon decide the fate of a $45 million bond measure for capital improvements to Blaine school district schools, including the primary school in Point … more

2014 Year in Review: Point Roberts Taxpayers Association

By Mark Robbins Fighting the proposed radio towers was at the forefront of our agenda in 2014. As part of the Cross-Border Coalition, PRTA served as treasurer and formally petitioned … more

2014 Year in Review: Whatcom County Council

By Barbara Brenner I admit to having strong feelings for those who face hard times. I also believe we need to be careful with the public’s money. In this bi-annual … more

2014 Year in Review: Point Roberts Library

By Kris Lomedico At the library: Free e-books, free music downloads, free online magazines, and, of course, free Wi-Fi. Our library even has its own app! A Whatcom County library … more

2014 Year in Review: Whatcom County Sheriff's Office

By Sheriff Bill Elfo Thank you, Point Roberts, for your continued support of the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office during 2014! Despite severe budget limitations, we leveraged … more

2014 Year in Review: Point Roberts Emergency Preparedness

The Point Roberts Emergency Preparedness group (PREP) is an all-volunteer organization created for the purpose of providing a public educational forum for developing, promoting, increasing and … more

Paddling into the New Year

A paddle boarder takes advantage of nice weather to cruise along South Beach on New Year’s Day 2015. Photo by Louise Mugar more

2014 Year in Review: Point Roberts Conservation Society

2014 was huge year in the fight to keep the radio towers from being approved. The Cross Border Coalition to Stop the Radio Towers has five Point Roberts Conservation Society (PRCS) members: Armene … more

Four generations of library users

Four generations of Point Roberts Library users, from l., Ella Inman, Christine Inman, Terri Zukovic and Jean Parle. Photo by Kris Lomedico more

Point Roberts residents discuss proposed school bond

Blaine High School student Alexandra Szabo shares some of the challenges of learning in the current high school, and why local students need voter support to fix the aging and poorly designed … more

Questions about proposed $45 million school bond answered

By Ian Ferguson Local voters will soon decide the fate of a $45 million bond measure for capital improvements to Blaine school district schools, including the … more

Everybody on the bus!

By Meg Olson With an appeal of the county hearing examiner’s decision to deny an application for radio towers on the Point less than two weeks away, opponents of the project are … more

Another shot at pot: Lawmakers prepare marijuana follow-up bills

By Cooper Inveen, WNPA Olympia News Bureau Two years after Washington voters legalized marijuana, lawmakers are wading through a thicket of proposed reforms that aim to stabilize an … more

County defines PRCAC's enforcement role

By Meg Olson   Whatcom County planning staff have clarified the role of the Point Roberts Community Advisory Committee (PRCAC) when it comes to code … more

Fish and Wildlife seeks help to track bird flu

By Steve Guntli   The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is petitioning local residents to help track strains of the avian flu, which was … more

Former school psychologist pleads guilty to possession of child porn

By Meg Olson   William Brook, the former Point Roberts resident and Delta school psychologist accused of possessing and distributing child pornography has … more

Point Roberts Primary performance

The audience was captivated by the sweet voices of Point Roberts Primary School students at the annual winter program, held December 10 at the community … more

Community responds to theft of charity funds

By Meg Olson   An outpouring of community giving will see the Point Roberts Food Bank’s coffers swell by thousands of dollars in time for the … more

2014 Year in Review: A look back at the year that was

By Meg Olson   January • Whatcom County Hearing Examiner Michael Bobbink sent The Cottages at Seabright Farm project back to the drawing … more
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