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Letters to the Editor -- January 23, 2003


The tax man cometh home

What was initially a way around expensive office space has become a top selling point for Dan Gullickson�s business. Gullickson runs Dan�s Mobile Tax Service...

On the Waterfront

The local crab fishing fleet has had a slow but fairly steady crab season since the first of October. The catch is down, about half of last year�s totals...

Local college students excel

Six local students have been named to the Dean�s List at the University of Washington for autumn quarter: Brian Chang, senior; Kathleen Joy Mclaughlin,...

Oyster feed highlights water quality

�There�s a lot of new stuff to see, oysters to eat and a chance for everyone to get together,� said Geoff Menzies. Putting the finishing touches on plans...

Insurance rates will balloon unless station is manned

Representatives from the city and North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) met with state fire insurance raters to work out how to turn back the ...

Another meeting, more questions about cogen

About 40 citizens filled the meeting room at the Blaine public library last Wednesday to learn more about the proposed 720 megawatt power plant to be built...


Police Report -- January 23, 2003


Sports -- January 23, 2003


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