Mon, Jun 1, 2009
Wild On The Point
The diversity of wildlife around Point Roberts continues to be nature’s amazing gift for all to enjoy.
Green Summit scheduled for June
The Lily Point Defenders may have started as a website celebrating and working to preserve local forests, but the group is growing its mandate to educate...
Border, NEXUS review underway
Following up on concerns heard at an April town hall meeting in Point Roberts Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Seattle district director Michele James...
That’s not junk – that’s history!
Historical society members were passionate in their defense of everything from pilings to car parts at Lily Point.
Fri, May 1, 2009
Garbage contretemps continues
The resolution of the ongoing garbage dispute continues to drift into the future.
Deputies on the lookout for speeders and California stops
With warmer weather local roads see more cars and more people, and local deputies are reminding everyone to be careful on the roads – and they&rsquo...
From forested uplands to the tide flats, from history to ecology, the nearly 100 people who came to the recent Lily Point Tour were offered a variety of...
A late arrival could mean a large fine
Boaters getting warning notices for checking in late with the border shouldn’t take it like a slap on the wrist, according to Customs and Border ...
Board nixes onsite library expansion
The local parks board nixed the idea of expanding the library in the current community center, but continued to express support for a bigger library when...
Commissioner expresses concern on funding of infrastructure requirements
Water district chairman Bill Meursing doesn’t have any answers but he has plenty of doubts and questions about the district’s ability to pay...
Mother’s Day tea to honor the Point’s moms...
Following what the seniors considered to be an overwhelming success of last year’s Christmas Tea, the Point Roberts Senior Association is pleased...
Same time next year for border town hall meet
IfDepartment of Homeland Security (DHS) officials thought they would get an earful at an April 21 townhall meeting in Point Roberts, they did not go home...
New director promises financial clarity
The local hospital district directors got a visit from the new executive director of Interfaith Health Center, looking to get to know the community and...
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Easter Egg Hunt At Lighthouse Marine Park Photos by CJ Kelly
This issue marks the 24th anniversary of the founding of the All Point Bulletin by founding editor and publisher Glennys Christie and Rich Lloyd who ran...
Get a free Vessel Safety Check
As the weather around the country gets warmer and with the increase in daylight hours more and more recreational boaters are getting out on the water. ...
PR Yacht Club to kick off the season
The Point Roberts Yacht Club (PRYC) is getting ready to kick off another exciting season on the water.
Expect lengthy waits at the Peace Arch
Long border waits are likely in store this summer as crews continue construction at the Peace Arch border crossing but travelers can minimize delays by...
Monument Park Trail: A wonderful addition to life on Point Roberts
Today, all four corners of Point Roberts have space available to the public maintained by Whatcom County Parks. The newest addition is the uplands and ...
Volunteer PREP session scheduled
The Point Roberts fire department, Whatcom County sheriff department and PREP invite you to attend a two-hour community volunteer service session to learn...
Roberts opens at Blue Heron Gallery
If you attended the Blue Heron’s art opening in April, you may have noticed the classical music wafting from room to room, but the live trio wasn...
Wed, Apr 1, 2009
Water rates described as unfair
As the water district prepares for another rate review local realtor Jerry White is asking that they look at whether the new rate structure is fair to ...
School district facing budget cuts
The Blaine school board, facing reductions in financial support from the state legislature, formally asked superintendent Ron Spanjer to prepare a specific...
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