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Letters to the Editor -- December 02, 2004


Watchout for those pesky deer

Arecent collision in Blaine between a car and a deer reinforcesthe need for caution as winter approaches.


Atyear’s end, our reading list reflects the stateof our world – and our desire to celebrate the good,understand the bad, explain the inexplicable...

Newbuilding receives rave reviews

“Theyput a lot of thought into this new building, and it shows,” saidCindy Coleman, office manager for Alan Finston’sWhatcom Physical...

Youcan always come home again

“I’ma passionate guy,” laughed Bob Rieke,the new pastor at Blaine’s United Church of Christ(UCC), happy to be at his new post and...

Thesmaller of our parks

OurBlaine parks include many small “street-end” parklets.These small but important parks are along the waterfrontareas for the most part, and...

Statesenator Dale Brandland visits schools

Statesenator Dale Brandland, R, Bellingham visited Blaine publicschools on November 22, something he said he tries to doin each district once a year. &...

Driverconvicted after ether claim derided

JohnLagerwey of Portland, Oregon, was convicted last week ofthree counts of vehicular assault with aggravating circumstancesstemming from his role in a...

Workersprevent major damage

Apair of quick-thinking construction workers saved theday for a Blaine resident and her pets after they discovereda fire in a house in the 9700 lock of...

Takea walk on the sunny side of the street

Takea walk downtown for some of the comfort and joy thatmakes a small town Christmas memorable. There’splenty of public parking around city hall ...

Delaysand access top concerns of residents

Inthe second meeting in as many weeks, Blaine residentsreacted strongly Tuesday night to federal plans to expandthe Customs and Border Protection (CBP)...


Police Report -- December 02, 2004


Sports -- December 02, 2004


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