Fri, Aug 30, 2013
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene vows to help Point
Point Roberts presented a unified front to U.S. Representative Suzan DelBene.
Cost of fire district Kool Aid jumps 25 percent
The sound of swishing that some residents heard Tuesday, August 27 was the sound of local fire commissioners shoveling cash at part-time fire chief Chris Carleton as they handed him a 25 percent raise barely a year into his tenure.
Point Roberts Clinic anniversary
Natalie Davidson, nurse practitioner, and Virginia Lester at the 10 year anniversary celebration of the Point Roberts Clinic on July 6.
Why we grow heirloom veggies
When visitors to our garden at the Point Roberts Homegrown Co-op learn that nearly every plant is an open pollinated heirloom variety, the most common question we receive is, "What exactly is an heirloom vegetable?"
First they came for the fence posts. Then they came for the children.
Opponents of a Maple Beach parking proposal evoked images of cherubian carnage at this month's Point Roberts Community Advisory Committee (PRCAC) meeting on August 20.
Point Roberts Fire Department Open House
Jim Byrnes helps end the pain
Ha Ha champion
Walter Melnyk was the winner of the 2013 Ha Ha Cup Joke Telling contest held August 24.
People of the Point
Welcome to the Blaine School District and the 2013-20147 School Year
Back to School: Teacher's corner
Welcome to the 2013-2014 school year!
PR Primary School Calendar
2012-2013 Blaine School Calendar
Sunny days at Freemans Beach
Sunny days at Freemans Beach was the theme of this fire hydrant painted by Andrew Klabonski and Sarah, Matthew, Jacob and Hannah.
Friends of the Library
What a summer!
Want Christina Aguilera's former DJ to fix your laptop?
Tourism program wraps up for summer
The Point Roberts tourism program interns are wrapping up a successful summer of events and activities they organized to promote the Point.
Post office seeking new digs
The Point Roberts Post Office has outgrown its current location and will be looking for a new home.
Sitting on the dock of the bay? Not yet.
The dock at Lighthouse Marine Park could be in by next spring, after county contractor HB Hansen came in with a bid that fit the project's budget.
Cottages generating buyer interest
Orca Shores, LLC is putting the finishing touches on their site plan for the Cottages at Seabright Farms project and aggressively marketing the development.
Point Roberts man part of a winning crew
Summer resident Colin Potter, center, was part of the crew that won this year's Martin 242 North American/World Championships, held in Cowichan Bay August 2 to 4.
Candys Lee Ann Downs and John C. (J.C.) Myrdal
18th annual Point Roberts Arts & Music Festival
August 3 and 4
Thu, Aug 22, 2013
Radio towers spark high wattage opposition
An overflow crowd of over 60 people showed up at the community center Tuesday night to talk about a proposal to build five 150-foot high AM radio towers on a 10-acre parcel of land abutting Tyee Drive and MacKenzie Way.
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