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Letters to the Editor -- June 10, 2004

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GardeningRoses: The Queen of the garden

Theroses are blooming now and every year I just can’tbelieve how much I love them all over again. The color, thefragrance, the velvety texture. Somehow...

Thisyoung piper is calling the tunes

WhenWill Nichols moved to Blaine last fall from Eagle River,Alaska, he said one of the best parts was not havingto play “Amazing Grace” onhis...

Citylandmark closes after 21 years

“It’sa dying part of a dying business,” saida sad but grateful Joe Slevin earlier this week, sittingwith wife Pat in the bar of what ...

Popularsuperintendent marks first year anniversary

“Hey!Hi, Dr. Derrington,” shouted studentsin Bill Wright’s fifth-grade class, looking up fromtheir assignment. They were learning how...

Rightconditions to determine oyster harvest

Ifthe weather stays dry and the red tide moves on, the “farmersof the tideflats” will be able to start bringingin their crop next week, just...

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Police Report -- June 10, 2004

 

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