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Letters to the Editor -- April 07, 2005

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Newfour-way stop coming

Blainecity council members gave the final go ahead to citypublic works director Steve Banham for a four-way stopat the intersection of Semiahmoo Parkway...

Technology StudentAssociation competition results

Blainefreshman Kelly McNutt in front of her photo display. Technologyteacher Jim Nelson said he took one of his best teams tothe state Technology Student...

Plannerdeparts for colder climes

Facingan unprecedented onslaught of development proposals,Blaine’s community and economic developmentdepartment is facing a big hole after the resignationlast...

It’sgood to be home

Aftera nine month wait, Phil Walrod has finally moved back intohis D Street house following repairs caused by an earlymorning fire last summer. According...

Creatingan interesting garden refuge for your family

Lastweek we talked about some ideas that make the garden entryto your home safe, interesting and attractive for you andyour guests. This week we’...

Asahikawaband concert was a winner

Japan’s Asahikawa high school band presented a bigevening of music at Blaine school’s little gym Thursdayevening. “The Star-Spangled ...

Schools:What goes on inside the walls?

A greatdeal goes on within the walls of the school that most peopleoutside the system are unaware of or have forgotten ifthey ever knew. The school is ...

Boatersto set flares off

Mostboaters have never had a dire emergency at sea, whichmeans that most boaters have also never had to operatetheir emergency signaling equipment. But...

Twoteachers honored

Blaine school district administrators honored two long-timefaculty members as Teacher of the Year at the last schoolboard meeting. Both were nominated ...

Enforcementdrive targets teen drivers

Startingtomorrow, Whatcom County sheriff’sdeputies are stepping up enforcement of the IntermediateDriver Licensing (IDL) program as a part of a state-wideemphasis...

Cityplanning on graduated approach to boardwalk

Whilethe boardwalk project remains bogged down in legal proceedingsBlaine city council will consider starting on the plazasthat anchor each end.

Yourpassport: Don’t leave home without it

On April 5 the U.S. State Department unveiled the WesternHemisphere Travel Initiative, the latest measure to beefup national security. The initiative proposes...

police

Police Report -- April 07, 2005

sports

Sports -- April 07, 2005

 

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