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Letters to the Editor -- June 17, 2004

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A Boys and GirlsClub summer

TheBlaine Boys and Girls Club has a couple of interestingprograms for kids this summer. The first is their Books & Breakfastfrom 7 to 10 a.m. Monday...

TheFourth gets rolling

Plansare firming up for the traditional Fourth of July celebrationin Blaine and, as always, volunteers are needed to ensureall goes off without a hitch...

Focuson a uniquely Blaine home

by Jack Kintner

LibraryLinks

byDebbyFarmer

Handsacross the border 2004

OnSunday June 13 the 83rd annual Hands Across the Bordercelebration brought together thousands of youth and veteransfrom the United States and Canada to...

Music

by Richard Clark

Newsto Brief

Biggrant for boardwalkOnly county council approval stands between the cityof Blaine’s boardwalk project and $1.3 millionin county rural sales tax...

Put10th Street first for road work?

Aftercontinued public urging to make the reconstruction of10th Street a higher priority, Blaine city council membersindicated they would be considering...

Copingwith violence, drugs and mental illness in Blaine

Blainepolice chief Mike Haslip has singled out domestic violence,drugs, and a lack of resources for the mentally ill asthree of the most pressing community...

Sewerplan predicts 28 percent rate hike

Blainehouseholds will see their sewer rates go up 28 percentover the next four years to pay for a new sewer plantand an overhaul of the existing system...

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Police Report -- June 17, 2004

 

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