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Letters to the Editor -- April 08, 2004


Springsafety check for home and garden

It’sspring. For many, it’sthe start of outdoor projects involving lawns, gardensand home exteriors.


byJack Kintner

Writer’sworkshop at hostel

TheBlaine-Birch Bay writing group, members of the InternationalWriting Guild announces a creative writing workshop opento new or experienced writers in...

Crusingthrough spring



TheBlaine primary kindergarten parent orientation meetingis scheduled for April 15 at 6:30 p.m. in the Blaine primaryschool multipurpose room. Children...

Close-Upkids learn from Washington experience

In theirseven days in the nations capital five Blaine high schooljuniors saw government in action, and saw firsthand howthey can have a role in how it ...

Yummerscheesecake comes home to Birch Bay

ABirch Bay couple catering to the county’s sweettooth now has their products available for their neighbors.

Ona well? What’s in your water?

If yourdrinking water comes from a well, some basic informationcan help you ensure quality drinking water for your household,according to the National ...

Tips for a lushbut tiny garden

byBarbara D. Wean

NewsIn Brief

Pageantat SemiahmooThe cast of the Easter Sunrise Service pageanton Semiahmoo Spit are putting the finishing touches onwhat is expected to be the biggest...

Businessgets environmental kudos

byMeg Olson

Habitatwill build more homes if they get more land

Terry Mattson wants more land. The executive directorfor Whatcom County Habitat for Humanity has just dedicatedhis second project in Blaine and says he...

Orcason state endangered list

Thekiller whale decorates signs and buildings, plays animportant role in local tribal spiritual traditions,and draws visitors to the area. It’s hard...


Police Report -- April 08, 2004


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