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Letters to the Editor -- March 24, 2005

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Bargainphone services may not be a bargain in an emergency

Severalservice providers in Washington are now offering Voiceover Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone service.This serviceallows consumers access to voice services...

HomeImprovement

Fine old house given modern approach to life

Gardendesign: Part One

A goodgarden design can make the difference between enjoyingyour garden or finding that you don’t go outsidemuch because it doesn’t feel comfortable...

Boysand Girls Club hosting photography show

Throughoutthe month of March, Boys & Girls Club membershave been capturing life through the Boys & Girls Clubof America photography program which...

Takanawadai concert amazes elementary school

Japan’sTakanawadai high school band overwhelmed us as the 100-plusmembers presented a concert for Blaine elementary schoolstudents Tuesday morning...

Blainemarina drowning victim identified

QuinnRobert Baker, 33, was the man whose body was recoveredfrom Blaine marina two weeks ago according to Whatcom Countymedical examiner Gary Goldfogel ...

NorthboundNEXUS lanes blocked

Canadaborder services representative Paula Shore is reassuringthat the blocking of the NEXUS lanes with concrete barricadesthat led to bottlenecks earlier...

Thegood ferry Plover finally gets to go home

DraytonHarbor Maritime will take the final steps toward renovatingthe former landing site of the passenger ferry Ploverand its predecessor next month, ...

Neighbors’ objectionsto condos satisfied

Afterthree hearings, held December 1, 2004, January 19 andFebruary 9, 2005, neighborhood concerns over a proposed55 unit condominium near the entrance ...

police

Police Report -- March 24, 2005

sports

Sports -- March 24, 2005

 

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