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Letters to the Editor -- November 06, 2003


Salute To Our VeteransVeterans Day November 11

Veterans Day HistoryIn 1921, an unknown World War I American soldier was buried in Arlington National Cemetery. Similar ceremonies occurred earlier in ...

Five arrested in marijuana smuggling case

Five western Washington men are facing federal drug charges after being apprehended by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) special agents earlier...

City council passes VACIS resolution urging solution

Blaine city council unanimously approved a resolution encouraging a solution be found for the increasing traffic delays and potential public safety problems...

News In Brief

Group donates $500 to family service centerMembers of Sixty-Five Sisterhood Helping Hands (SSHHH), recently presented a donation of $500 to the Blaine ...

CWAC to meet November 18

The Citizens Wastewater Advisory Committee (CWAC) is continuing its work in establishing a sewer alternative for the city of Blaine.

Incumbent Ely wins ward 2 council seat, Berge takes school board position

The only challenged race within the Blaine city council was the ward 2 race won by incumbent Ken Ely on Tuesday, as he defeated former mayor and challenger...

Logging project stands at 110 acres

Trillium�s chief operating officer Jon Syre walked into an annual Semiahmoo Resort meeting last weekend and was questioned about the 400 acres scheduled...

Voters extinguish EMS levy, officials disappointed

Whatcom County voters shot down a six-year county-wide property tax levy that would fund Emergency Medical Services (EMS), including Whatcom Medic One ...

Election: 72 percent vote Jorgensen

More than 70 percent of voters who turned out to the polls on Tuesday punched in the name of Jim Jorgensen � a former Blaine teacher for 30 years and current...


Police Report -- November 06, 2003


Sports -- November 06, 2003


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