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Letters to the Editor -- August 23, 2001

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Federal bucks for broken homes

USDA Rural Development (RD) has loan funds available for home repairs to remove health and safety problems for very low-income rural homeowners while grants...

Bring four-star dining home

Ever thought of having a fancy dinner at home without having to lift a finger? Lewis Machado goes into the homes of his clients and gives them a night ...

Local woodturner spins art from hearts of trees

Hidden in the woods south of Birch Bay Park sits a little woodshop where ordinary wood is turned into art. “I can take wood from a firewood pile and...

Roy focuses on planning, action

The Blaine, Birch Bay area hasn’t had a local on county council since Tom Burton stepped off the dais over a decade ago. Sharon Roy thinks its time...

Tennis tourney measures skill

The second annual High School Pre-Season Compass Draw Challenge will be held at Western Washington University September 1 and 2. This regional junior tennis...

Putting best selves forward

Seeing kids smile so much it hurt, was the focus for teacher Barb Montfort at the award ceremony for the Best Self summer learning program Thursday at ...

Loe Honored

Edith Loe, 84, was honored at Blaine Senior Center for her dedication to the communtiy. She served on the finance commitee at Blaine Senior Center Loe ...

Electric rates keep creeping up

Blaine city manager Gary Tomsic said news of another power rate hike came as a surprise. “It appears there may be another rate increase we weren’...

Council decision stirs up neighbors

As tinkering continues with the city’s manufactured home rules, neighbors of a property singled out by city council as an exception to those rules...

Attacker wanted to break a spell with gasoline

A Canadian man remains in custody after he attacked two people with gasoline in hopes of breaking a magic spell last week. Tejpal Sing Kaiser 49, of Surrey...

Congressman tours local chain factory

Whether it’s tankers coming into San Francisco Bay or a sailboat gliding up the intracoastal waterway, a bit of Blaine will be helping to guide them...

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Police Report -- August 23, 2001

 

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