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Letters to the Editor -- January 13, 2005

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Blaine Chamberof Commerce:Another great year

2004was another great year for the Blaine Chamber of Commerce.Our fourth annual Bite of Blaine set a record with over300 people in attendance. The food...

Goodyarn gets a good deal

Sometimesa book that takes a while to finish, like a meal cookedslowly, is best. Spokane author Linda Hunt, whose motherEvelyn Christensen lives in Birch...

Hearingexaminer extends public comment period

Ahearing has been set for 2 p.m. next Wednesday, January19, in the Whatcom County Courthouse to review aspectsof the proposed Great Links at The Bay development...

Firedistrict begins search for new chief

Thecommissioners of the North Whatcom Fire & RescueServices (NWFRS) began the process of hiring a new chiefat their regular monthly meeting Monday ...

Donationsneeded for arts & jazz benefit

Arts & Jazz,the annual benefit auction and dance held to supportBlaine middle and high school musicians and artists,is set for the last Saturday of...

Summermusic festival offeredgrant from New York Philharmonic

TheNew York Philharmonic Orchestra has notified Blaine’sPacific Arts Association (PAA) that they will be receivinga $2,500 scholarship grant to be...

Pennydrive to help tsunami victims

Studentsand staff at Blaine elementary school are collectingpennies (yes, and bigger coins) in a relief effort forthe tsunami victims. Teacher Gale Greer...

NewPizza Factory owners looking for a change of pace

Afterfive years, Marv and Debra Adam have sold the Blaine PizzaFactory on Peace Portal Way to Rick and Becky Greenhow. “I’llstill be around...

PacificArts Association:Another year of music underway

In 2004, The PacificArts Association brought five main stage concerts to Blaine: the BillHilly Band; Revolution: A Tribute to the Beatles; A String of ...

BlaineAirport Commission:Nothing but blue skies ahead

2004once again saw us directing much of our efforts towardthe removal of obstructions in the flight path to makeapproaches to the airport easier and safer...

PeaceArch Christian Ministerial Association: Grouping togetherto help out

ThePeace Arch Christian Ministerial Association brings together10 congregations in the Blaine area for witness and service.Pastors from member congregations...

BirchBay Steering Committee:The plan is adopted at last

Afterfour years of meetings and careful consideration, the BirchBay Community Plan: A 2020 Look to the Future, was adoptedby the Whatcom County Council...

BlaineSchool District: A year of improvements

Onbehalf of the school board, our administrative team,the Blaine school district staff, and especially ourstudents, we would like to thank you for our ...

Newsin Brief

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Concertto benefit jazz festival

Bassoonplayer Martin Kuuskmann is hosting a benefit concert thisSaturday night in support of the Pacific Arts Association’sannual summer Jazz Festival...

Cityof Blaine expecting significant development

“We’reat the very beginning of a considerable incline. Growthis on its way at a significantly increased rate.”

BirchBay group mulling form of government

Blaine’sgoverning body and those trying to determine who shouldbe governing Birch Bay had a little uneasy flirtationthis week.

police

Police Report -- January 13, 2005

sports

Sports -- January 13, 2005

 

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