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Letters to the Editor -- April 12, 2001



Home care is a family affair

Olde English Faire may wait a year

Although Peace Arch Kiwanis will probably delay its Olde Englishe market until next summer, Kiwanis vice president Ruth Green said efforts to muster support...

Chamber struggles with fireworks funding

The Blaine Chamber of Commerce is looking for help to pay for its Fourth of July fireworks display.

Ambulances keep rolling with new deal

After six months of uncertainty about Medic One ambulance service in Whatcom County, county council has unanimously voted for a new plan to keep emergency...

Schugt chosen new Blaine mayor

To fill part of the hole left by Florida-bound John Hobberlin, Blaine’s City Council appointed Richard “Mike” Myers to the vacant seat.

Local lunch mecca serves its last

After four years as one of Blaine’s lunch hour social hubs, Annie’s Place is closing its doors.

Power prices may put Intalco workers on the street

The nation’s power crunch may be hitting more than 900 local aluminum workers very hard.

Blaine prepares for mammoth trade rally

At last Saturday’s town meeting to prepare for an upcoming demonstration at Peace Arch State Park, police chief Bill Elfo laid out the department&...


Police Report -- April 12, 2001


Sports -- April 12, 2001


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