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Letters to the Editor -- March 03, 2005


Cityhonors service of its employees

SandyPeterson got a pen for one year as Blaine’sassistant public works director. “He’s gotthe shortest tenure and the longest bio,&rdquo...

Foam & cement:A look at construction

Donand Debbie Scherck are building a new 3,500 square foothouse on Allan Street out of styrofoam and concrete usinginsulated concrete forms (ICF) made ...

Researchersmonitor continuing decline in seabirds

“Youhave to get up early for ducks,” said Dave Nysewander,a trained biologist and project leader for the WashingtonDepartment of Fish and Wildlife...

Timeto focus on car prowls

TheWhatcom County Sheriff’s Officehas responded to 453 car prowls throughout the county in2004.

Icelandicdescendant reflects upon marina life in Blaine harbor

In theearly 1970s, a man of Icelandic descent became the successorto Berg Shipyard on the Blaine Harbor landfill. He namedthe family business the Westman...

Plannersand public in for heavy slog as Sea Grass hearings continue

TheBlaine planning commission opened hearings last weekon the 22-acre Seagrass Cottages development plannedfor Semiahmoo spit. For many of the 200 plus...

Residentsapprehensive of future impacts

Blainecity manager Gary Tomsic had to coax testimony out ofa reluctant group of east Blaine residents and propertyowners attending a public hearing on ...


Police Report -- March 03, 2005


Sports -- March 03, 2005


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