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Letters to the Editor -- February 26, 2004

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Local BMXer returns from European competition

As the Blaine Extreme Sports Club (BESC) prepares for the construction of the Blaine skate park, its president is fresh with memories of a professional...

Mature Adults

Seniors: Various opportunities to get involved, learn

Skate park making solid progress

The Blaine skate park is coming to life, right in front of everyone�s eyes. Just behind the library and city hall, the 8,200 square foot park is slowly...

On the Waterfront

by Jan Hrutfiord

News in Brief

Thriftway building changes hands Local investor K. Dillon Shickli has purchased the former Brown & Cole Thriftway grocery store 638 - 648 Peace Portal ...

City manages to end up ahead

The city of Blaine collected more money and spent less than it had budgeted for in 2003, leaving all funds solidly in the black. �I like positive results...

Adelia Street rezone brouhaha comes back to life

�We didn�t want it then, we don�t want it now,� Adelia Street homeowner Jim Spenser told city council. �We thought it was over, I guess it�s not.�

Student arrested for carrying pot on school bus

When the Point Roberts school bus pulled up to the Peace Arch port of entry last Friday morning there were a dozen border enforcement officers waiting....

police

Police Report -- February 26, 2004

 

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