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Letters to the Editor -- November 18, 2004

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Areyou a type 2 risk?

November is American Diabetes Awareness Month. Accordingto the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, diabetesis the sixth deadliest disease in the...

GivingTree program gets underway

TheBlaine Chamber of Commerce is once again sponsoring theGiving Tree program this Christmas season to help bringChristmas to needy children in the area...

Here’syour chance to have a fine dinner and enjoy some poeticjustice

Enjoya fun evening of fine food, drama and murder. Blainecommunity theater is presenting Poetic Justice, a dinnertheater/murder mystery that is sure to...

Helpthe food bank

Here’s a winning combination. You can help needyneighbors by donating to the Blaine Food Bank and get achance to win one of local artist James Williamson...

APortal’sMonumental Secrets:Part One – Peace Arch Personalities

Occasionally,I think I should have left her alone. For nearly 70 yearsthe Peace Arch had kept her secrets. Curiosity promptedme to uncover them, first ...

Volunteersgive kids the business

Localcommunity leaders provided educational Junior Achievementprograms through a one-day event at Blaine elementary schoolon November 15. Referred to as...

Cityto appeal county decision

“Ihave authorization from the city manager to proceed,” saidBlaine city attorney John Sitkin following an executivesession prior to council...

Thanksgivingneeds growing

TheBlaine Community Assistance Program’sannual Thanksgiving Basket effort is underway and withincreasing unemployment, the need this year is even...

Hugehaul of pot discovered

Customsand Border Protection (CBP) officers seized an estimated$5.6 million worth of marijuana last Saturday at thetruck crossing in Blaine. The contraband...

After26 years, there’s a new horizon for Shirley

ShirleyThorsteinson, a one-time Blaine bartender who rose throughthe ranks at city hall to become city clerk in 1992,is calling it quits after 26 years...

GSApresents drafts of border expansion

Analphabet soup of state and federal agencies was presentat an open house hosted by the U.S. General Services Administration(GSA) last Tuesday evening ...

police

Police Report -- November 18, 2004

sports

Sports -- November 18, 2004

 

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