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Letters to the Editor -- May 02, 2002


New nursery is more than plants

Firewind Farms is more than a nursery. It’s a testament to the power of love and the strength of family.A five minute drive out H Street Road, the...


After the Blaine high school concert choir had sung, “Hush! Somebody’s Callin’ my Name,” Tuesday evening, my name was called for a ...

Marker swept under the carpet

The Jefferson Davis marker beside the Peace Arch was quietly removed from its spot beside the Peace Arch last month for “safekeeping,” according...

Volunteers to clean up downtown

Members of the Blaine beautification committee are hoping community members not busy cleaning out their yards and garages will chip in to tidy up the city...

Airport car heist is short-lived

Two juvenile car thieves were arrested as they tried to take the stolen vehicles back. “One of our officers observed a couple of suspicious cars by...

Birch Bay plan first draft gets overdue last chapter

“And we are outta here!” said Meg Grable as she gavelled adjournment of the Birch Bay steering committee at 11:15 p.m. on April 24. After 18 ...

Oyster fest to fire up support for clean harbor

Last weekend, volunteers with the community oyster farm hit the tideflats to tend their crop. This weekend they’ll share a taste of things to come...


Police Report -- May 02, 2002


Sports -- May 02, 2002


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