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Letters to the Editor -- February 28, 2002

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First look at station location

At a March 4 special city council meeting, members of the committee planning Blaine’s new fire station will present the three site options they have...

Buy local flora!

Orders for trees from the Whatcom Conservation District’s annual plant sale need to be in by this Friday. The conservation district encourages gardners...

Local heros

Your next chance to become a NWFRS volunteer firefighter comes on March 7, when the twice-yearly three-month volunteer training academy begins. The need...

LIVING LIFE TO THE FULLEST - LIFE BEGINS AT 50Lend a hand!

Volunteering is a way to meet new people and get involved in the community. For opportunities at the Semiahmoo Museum or the Plover spring through fall...

LIVING LIFE TO THE FULLEST - LIFE BEGINS AT 50Get out of town!

You don’t need to go far to get away, and winter offers special sights and special deals.This is the time of year for a birding trip. The Skagit River...

BirchBay.net

The BirchBay.net community web site has moved to a new server and added beefed up searching, more database resources and nifty interactive gizmos. The ...

BB Village may kick out beavers

The board of directors at Birch Bay Village has applied to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) to trap the beavers and muskrats that ...

New hope for D Street station

Fred Pakzad, owner of the D Street ARCO, said the station’s closure and last week’s removal of its sign aren’t reflections of poor economic...

Council eyes new role for BTAC

City council is looking to decommission, or at least declaw, the Blaine tourism advisory commission (BTAC).After discussing the future of the group in ...

Heavy rains could be the link to sudden pollution highs

Efforts to reopen Drayton Harbor to shellfish growers suffered a setback after state samplers found a jump in fecal coliform levels at every spot they ...

A city hall full of jolly good fellows

It was ‘pat on the back’ night at Blaine city council as the city recognized employees and citizens for service and longevity.“These are...

police

Police Report -- February 28, 2002

sports

Sports -- February 28, 2002

 

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