Wed, Jan 1, 2003
2002 Year In Review: Best of the Sheriffs Reports
September 22: Sheriff responded to the report of a criminal trespass in the 200 block of James Road. Complainant said her family returned home and discovered...
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 Michael Rosser
In 2002, as in years past, the Taxpayers Association has monitored or been directly involved in parks, fire, and water districts, character plan ...
K-12 on the Point?
The Blaine school district has a hired consultant to look into whether to expand the Point Roberts school all the way through high school.Primary school...
Group seeks volunteer drivers
We have a strong board representing a good cross-section of the community. Were not excluding anyone, said Point Roberts transportation...
2002: The Year in Review
Once again, the year has rushed by like herons headed for the golf course and its time for Point Roberts Year in Review. Just in case some ...
Money woes and procedural gaffes at fire district
Is the fire department broke? The numbers are foggy, but no matter which ones you look at, the Point Roberts fire department is losing money and dipping...
Sun, Dec 1, 2002
Local sentenced to four months
Local contractor Kit Roberts pleaded guilty in San Juan County Superior Court to one count of vehicular assault and began serving a four-month jail term...
Everyones tired of socks and ties...
To those who say there are no businesses in Point Roberts, I say try to visit them all to see what they have that would look good under the tree! There...
Campbell is back on the job. Sort of.
North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) chief Mike Campbell is returning to some of his duties as commissioners struggle to take care of business...
Ten grand for sewers with a population of 10,000?
Visions of Point Roberts when a community sewer system is both built and paid for etched the line between the for and against sewer camps as engineers ...
Gardner wins in Point Roberts but loses seat
Three incumbents held their seats after Whatcom County polls closed November 5, but it took two more weeks to decide the political fate of state senator...
Fri, Nov 1, 2002
Stand up and be counted!
Point Roberts Chamber of Commerce members will be looking for three new directors at their annual general meeting on November 6. The chambers seven-person...
So long, farewell, auf wiedersehn, good night
The Prescott family are leaving Point Roberts for Riverside, California, where Point Roberts water commissioner and attorney Tom Prescott will take up ...
By Meg Olson
Whether coming from Seattle to look for their pioneer relatives or ambling down the street for an amazing piece of pie and a good story, several dozen ...
On Tuesday, November 5, the nation will go to the polls. Here in Point Roberts there exists particular concerns that are handled at the local, state and...
North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) chief Mike Campbell was arrested on October 8 on suspicion he raped a young girl while he served as the ...
WTA buses to roll through local streets
The Whatcom Transportation Authority (WTA) has shelved a grant application to finance scheduled bus service to Point Roberts and has instead opted to give...
Wellness clinic proponents kick off fundraising drive
Proponents of a health clinic in Point Roberts will be kicking off a fundraising drive at the beginning of November to raise the money, muscle and mortar...
NEXUS hours get boosted at main crossings
Nexus users crossing at Blaine ports of entry now have 13 hours a day of continuous access to the commuter lanes, but with a hitch. If the traffic is backed...
Tue, Oct 1, 2002
INSIDE100 years young
Her parents were Helgi and Dogbjort Thorsteinson. Over 100 relatives gathered for the weekend and enjoyed beach walks, clam digging, tours of the farm ...
By Meg Olson
With rumors milling about that EQTAH is packing up and shelving plans for a horse racing facility in Point Roberts, company representative James Ough is...
The Delta Museum and Archives in Ladner are currently looking for volunteer docents to help lead elementary school groups through the museums very...
NEXUS applications slow down to trickle
After starting with a flood, NEXUS applications have slowed to a trickle. The Canadian processing center, which was reporting having received 30,000 applications...
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