Tue, Apr 1, 2003
Big plans for the Point Roberts marina underway
Terry Ritchey has big plans for the Point Roberts Marina, and small boatsand slim wallets play just a small part in them.At the March 20 Point Roberts ...
INSIDEStepping out and keeping fit
A growing crowd has been taking to the streets of Point Roberts twice a week. Up to two dozen walkers meet Tuesdays and Thursdays at different locations...
By Meg Olson
Acting Voters Association president Beverly Griffiths has officially moved into the top slot and narrowly managed to fill every seat on the association...
Parks department to can kids summer program
For the second year in a row, the Point Roberts parks department is looking at canceling the local summer program for children because they can�t find ...
Sat, Mar 1, 2003
Blaine girls win division championship
This season�s 20-0 overall and 16-0 NCC record made Coach Pat Green�s machine the first Lady B unit to go through a regular season undefeated in the school...
Dockside Cafe As part of marina management�s drive to liven up the facility, the Dockside Caf� will remain open year-round serving three meals a day.
County council passes pier resolution
Whatcom County Council unanimously approved a resolution ordering an election for the proposed Point Roberts Special Recreation Pier Service Area at its...
By Meg Olson
A new trail leading from APA Road through marina-owned land to Lighthouse Marine Park is only one segment of a new trail network being developed by the...
Point Roberts Registered Voters Association losing board members
�The group will have to revive itself or it�s down the tubes,� said Bev Griffiths, now acting president of the Point Roberts Registered Voters Association...
Commissioner appointment questioned
Point Roberts water district commissioners Lorne Nielson and Madeleine Anderson have chosen local garbage man Arthur Wilkowski to replace Tom Prescott ...
EMS levy: Assisting Point Roberts a priority
Assisting and enhancing Point Roberts EMS delivery is high on the list of priorities if the EMS levy is passed said David Hammers of the Bellingham Fire...
By Pat Grubb
If you�re wondering why you see so many Scouts wandering around the Point during the last weekend in March, the explanation is simple. It�s the second ...
Kiniski is new fire division chief
At the last meeting of the board of commissioners for fire district #5, Nick Kiniski took the reins as division chief, only a few months after he made ...
Sat, Feb 1, 2003
INSIDEPoint Roberts historian to speak
Dick was the first person in that university to receive a master�s degree in sociology, as it was a new program. The thesis committee rejected his initial...
By Armene Belless
2002 was a very big year for our senior center. We increased our membership by 50 percent and added many new activities and classes. The C.H.E.F. foundation...
By Meg Olson
On Super Bowl Sunday Linda Robinson came to work, "so the boys couldgo watch the game." The new Immigration and Naturalization Service(INS) port...
Teachers head south to protest cuts.
Schools were closed for a day as over half of Blaine�s teachers headed to Olympia to tell Governor Gary Locke that his budget proposals undermine their...
Community van to start up in February
Beginning Monday, February 17, Point Roberts residents will have a new way of getting around the Point or down to Blaine or Bellingham. That�s the day ...
Speedy fire district meeting skirts money issues
Community members were at the last fire district #5 meeting with questions about the district�s finances and policies, but fire commission chair Jesse ...
Pier levy to receive public hearing
The council first reviewed the pier project back in November, after the Point Roberts Chamber of Commerce submitted a petition for it to be on the ballot...
By Kris Lomedico
It�s better than ever at your library! Circulation is up over last year, which was up over the year before. Children attend seasonal craft and puppet shows...
INSIDE2002 Year In ReviewPoint Roberts Primary
Four more seasons of fun and learning with our children, parents and community members in Point Roberts!
By Tom Hollett
Since the annual general meeting in March several ideas for improving conditions at Point Roberts have been developed. This is a result of a broad cross...
Parents call for expanded grades at Point Roberts
�We know our priorities: schools and borders,� said one of close to 100 community members at the most well-attended meeting since the NEXUS program was...
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