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Letters to the Editor -- September 18, 2003


Fall Gardening

Container gardening adds convenience, creativity

Home Improvement

Adirondack Chairs: The perfect porch accessory this season

CWAC evaluates alternatives, will meet next week

The citizens wastewater advisory committee (CWAC) met for the sixth time earlier this week, evaluating 13 sewer alternatives for nearly four hours.

News in Brief

Blaine student teacher, friend break world record After 75 long hours, Blaine student teacher Natalie Svenvold and Brandi Carbee, both of Bellingham, gingerly...

Pastor attempts to cross border with girl in trunk

A youth pastor who attempted to cross into Canada with a 16-year-old girl in his trunk was charged by authorities Tuesday with first degree sexual misconduct...

Jorgensen wins nearly half the vote

It�s unofficial, but official. Blaine resident, retired teacher of 30 years and charter boat captain Jim Jorgensen has won the Port of Bellingham district...

Family fishing trip ends in two deaths in Alaska waters

A Blaine man and his father survived a boat accident last weekend near Sitka, Alaska; however, one brother was found dead and the other remains missing...

Fumes lead to two-block evacuation

Two blocks were closed off and several buildings evacuated following the detection of potentially explosive fumes in a sanitary sewer manhole on D Street...


Police Report -- September 18, 2003


Sports -- September 18, 2003


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