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Letters to the Editor -- September 02, 2004



Absenteeballots are available in the auditor’soffice from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Fridayfor registered voters and Saturday, September...

Onthe waterfront

Thingshave started happening down here at the harbor. TreatyIndian fishers have started crabbing, with 24 hour openingslast week and again this week.

New Napa ownerhas changes in mind for popular Peace Portal Drive store

RichardEacret is the new owner of the NAPA auto parts storeat 830 Peace Portal Drive. “We’ve alwayshad a small parts inventory at Alley Auto...


TheBlaine Library is open again and with the new Horizonsystem software in place.

Youcan run but you cannot hide

Thedepartment of homeland security has now got eyes in thesky and on the water to watch for illegal activity atthe border and beyond the border.

Marsscheduled for destruction

TheF/V Mars that sunk at its moorings in Blaine Harbor twoweeks ago will be taken out at Westman Marine next Wednesdayor Thursday for demolition, according...

Commissionerpromises courteous and friendly border

Ithas been a summer of discontent at local borders. As thedepartment of homeland security forged ahead creating thenew “one face at the border,&rdquo...

Districtsnags huge outdoor rec grant

Thestate of Washington, through the Office of the Superintendentof Public Instruction, has awarded a 21st Century Grantto Blaine school district that could...


Police Report -- September 02, 2004


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