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Letters to the Editor -- August 26, 2004

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Trilliumto hold Seagrass Cottages project meeting

Trillium Corporation will be hosting a public meetingto present an overview of the proposed Seagrass Cottagesproject, located on Semiahmoo Spit. The project...

CBPBorder Patrol makes B.C. bud bust

Atapproximately 3:25 a.m., the morning of Thursday, August19, CBP Border Patrol agents assigned to the Blaine stationwere alerted to the activation of ...

Ahome of their own

Fivemonths and seven days after breaking ground last March,Cassi Jordan and her three children moved in to their newhome at 702 E Street. It’sthe...

Bookinspired Joyce Khoury in history project

JoyceKhoury first learned about Sacagawea, the Shoshone Indianwoman who guided the Lewis and Clark expedition, whenshe read Joyce Hunsaker’s &ldquo...

Backto School

Superintendent's WelcomeBy Dr. Mary Lynne Derrington

PloverDays a wet affair

“Wemade 150 cookies, cake to serve 120 and 100 cups of coffee,and ran out of everything,” saida delighted Richard Sturgill, organizer of Blaine...

Cityplanners present parks plan

Aftertwo years of sifting through Blaine’s openspace and recreational inventory, the parks board and theplanning department have come up with a map...

Landswap proposed as way out of audit problems

Toavoid trouble with the state auditor the city is preparinga land swap that would give airport land to the streetsdepartment in exchange for street land...

Chambertaking sandcastles to greater heights

TheBirch Bay Chamber of Commerce is taking its sand sculpturecontest to another level with a three division sand sculpturecompetition August 28. Top prize...

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Police Report -- August 26, 2004

 

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