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Letters to the Editor -- November 08, 2001

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Workshop series and pizza too!

The Blaine family service center is hosting a fall workshop series for the community on family and developmental issues. Guest speakers who specialize ...

Middle-schoolers leave ‘em rolling in the aisles

The middle school play opened up the 2001-2002 acting year with the performance of an extremely funny play, “Backstage” by Shirley McNichols,...

Bordertown opening jammed

“We stopped counting at 250. We were jammed with patrons,” said a happy Walt Bail in the resurrected Bordertown Tavern after their grand opening...

Honest home cooking at Kira’s

A café/ deli opened Tuesday in the Blaine International Center. Kira’s Grill offers a large selection of dishes with authentic Greek flavor...

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Nursing assistant class set at Stafholt

Blaine school bus fleet earns an A plus

Blaine school district’s school bus operation has been selected as one of America’s Great Fleets.’ “I’m honored,” said Carl...

Devilish golfer runs amuk

On Friday local resident David Lance Sommerville pleaded not-guilty in Superior Court to charges he assaulted his mother and held her captive.Sommerville...

Fire 13 budget includes tax freeze

Fire District 13 commissioners will conduct a public work session at 7 p.m. November 8 at the Inn at Resort Semiahmoo to review next year’s 1.2 million...

Got kibble?

The Whatcom Humane Society needs donations of dog and cat food. Donated food feeds shelter animals and is also distributed at food banks throughout the...

When does maybe mean yes?

When Blaine city council meets again on Monday they’ll be playing by a different set of rules.Under the rules of conduct for council meetings adopted...

Blaine cameras the last in the line

The U.S. Border Patrol is ready to dig into Blaine, installing the final leg of a camera system that stretches from the Cascades to the sea. “The ...

Challengers fail to storm city hall, incumbents stay

Local city council incumbents thumped their challengers Tuesday as voters decided to stay with the tried and true. In Ward 1, Bonnie Onyon received 468...

Deal pending for 300-job plant in Blaine

A pending deal at Blaine Business Park could see a high-tech German housing manufacturer set down roots here.“We have negotiated a deal and it appears...

police

Police Report -- November 08, 2001

sports

Sports -- November 08, 2001

 

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