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Letters to the Editor -- November 01, 2001



Birch Bay chamber dinner a smash

What a difference a day makes

“It was a smash success,” said Blaine city clerk Shirley Thorsteinson of this weekend’s Make a Difference Day in Blaine. Over 70 people ...

Help bundle up for winter

The Blaine Family Service Center also provides warm winter clothing for local families and their supply is getting low. “We are running through winter...

Their take: council questions

We asked Blaine city council candidates these questions about how they would run the city. 1. Recent events have led to a refocusing of America’s ...

PACE reopening unlikely

At the Autumn Border Business Conference in Bellingham last week local business people joined congressman Rick Larsen in asking the Immigration and Naturalization...

Keeping shoppers close to home

“We’re trying to get people to a shop in Blaine – keep their dollars in town,” said chamber president Pam Christianson. The Blaine ...

Border patrol agents ease border congestion - for now

Regular border-crossers have noticed a change in the last week: more lanes are open and there’s green mixed in with black and white uniforms. The ...

Fishing boat a total loss after fire

The 58 foot seiner Delta Dawn burned at the dock in Blaine Harbor early Monday morning, and has been declared a total loss. The twenty-year-old hull, built...


Police Report -- November 01, 2001


Sports -- November 01, 2001


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