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Letters to the Editor -- August 19, 2004


Blaineboys win baseball owners

Lastweek three Blaine boys attended the Big League Experiencebaseball camp in Oliver, B.C., near Osoyoos.

Getin and register now!

BlaineBoys & GirlsClub is now registering kids for 3-on-3 basketball. Thisis a great opportunity to hone your skills before theupcoming basketball ...

Thomasreturns home from six weeks in Guatemala

Blaineresident and Seattle Pacific University student JacquelineThomas returned from a six week long mission trip toGuatemala on August 17. The trip is...

Blackfish:When wood was king

byJack Kintner

FerndaleRefinery looking for fond memories

ConocoPhillips Ferndale Refinery is celebrating its 50thyear of operation this year with several special projects.

Newprimary system in place

Many voters are aware that there will be a change in theway the September 14 primary election is going to be conducted.The U.S. Supreme Court has declared...

HistoricMars fish boat goes down

Aboat that was a mainstay of the local fishing fleet fordecades, the 77-year-old wooden purse seiner Mars, sunkat her moorings last Thursday night in the...

Weatherizationhelp offered

Blaine residents who have electrically heated homes maybe eligible for weatherization assistance through the OpportunityCouncil.Assistance is based on ...

Areyou ready for Plover Days?

Thefun filled Plover Days will be Saturday and Sunday, August21 and 22, with a special celebration for the 60th birthdayof the Plover. From 10 a.m. to ...

Twoyears later, NEXUS is motoring along

A little over two-years since the lanes opened, the NEXUScommuter lane program is continuing to expand, both inscope and numbers. Canadian authorities ...

BirchBay chamber hits rough patch

PresidentNick Jerns and director Ruth Lauman resigned their positionswith the Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce at the chamber’sgeneral membership lunch...


Police Report -- August 19, 2004


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