Thu, Aug 19, 2010
Stop Work order slapped on Point Roberts Beach Club
The sounds of chainsaws have faded into silence as the county slaps on a stop work order.
Battles shape up for November election
The top two finisher format gets a workout in the August 17 primary election.
Thu, Aug 12, 2010
Blaine school board presents almost final 2010/11 budget
Coming down the home stretch, Blaine school board members prepared to hear comments from the public on its almost ready for prime time budget.
County to re-negotiate emergency medical system
Not happy with the status quo, council has instructed county executive Pete Kremen to start talking to the city of Bellingham...
Thu, Aug 5, 2010
Candidates gear up for August 17 primary
Candidates for state office state their reasons for running.
Border inspections transition into new Peace Arch facility
As the completion of the new border crossing approaches, drivers need to be aware of revised traffic patterns...
Fri, Jul 30, 2010
Fire district presses case to up levy
When it comes to being outside on a sunny day in the summer or inside listening to fire commissioners explaining why a tax increase is needed, it’s clear which way Point Roberts taxpayers would choose.
Arts & music fest celebrates 15th year
The seeds for the Point Roberts Arts and Music festival were sown nearly two decades ago when Craig Jacks and Nancy King were working together on their Daily Planet Festival, held at Jericho Beach and Point Roberts, where organic gardening, sustainability and composting were featured booths.
School district to ask voters to approve bond
Voters can anticipate seeing a $32 million bond initiative on the April 2011 ballot thanks to a 5-0 vote at the Blaine school board’s regular meeting Monday night.
Who you voting for?
Mike the Mover or Goodspaceguy? Those are just two of the candidates going up against senator Patty Murray in the August 17 primary election.
Garden Tour, Point Roberts
Garden Tour, Number XI, Point Roberts, WA
July 4th, 2010
Images from the 4th of July parade.
Kid’s camp wraps up with smiles
It’s great to be a kid enjoying summer time in Point Roberts.
Around The Point
Events and news around the Point.
Flowers and herbs for sale at the Saturday morning farmers market
Flowers and herbs for sale at the Saturday morning farmers market at the community center July 31, August 14 & 28.
Two sea lions
Two sea lions sunning on the Lily Point bouy.
Herons as seen from Monument Park.
Made the UW Dean’s List!
Shelby Hebert and Jackson Struthers have been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Washington for the spring quarter.
Images from Lily Point.
Brewster’s Fine Foods
Brewster’s Fine Foods is now open every day.
Life’s A Beach! (when you go to the library)
Rose Momsen wants to bring experiences available to other Whatcom County Library branches to Point Roberts.
Heather Woods graduates
Heather Woods graduated from Seattle University with a MA, Ed. TESOL.
Low turnout at voters, taxpayers AGMs
It could have been the nice weather, it could have been the lack of an issue worth getting excited about but whatever the reasons, neither the Point Roberts Taxpayers Association or the Point Roberts Registered Voters Association were able to muster up much of a crowd for their annual general meetings, held Saturday, July 10 and Monday, July 19, respectively.
Fri, Jul 23, 2010
Yes, we have no tomatoes, we have no tomatoes today
Drop your tomatoes and peppers. Step away from the car...
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