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Letters to the Editor -- October 13, 2005

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CityBriefs

Blaine city council decided not to pass a resolution takinga position on the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps patrolsat local borders, though two council ...

Studentsrecognized

The College Board has recognized eight Blaine high schoolstudents who earned the designation of AP scholar on theircollege-level advanced placement program...

Youngat Heart

Fallis rushing right on in with the days getting shorter,the nights getting longer and the temperatures gettinglower.

Localartists sell goods at craft fair

A handful of Blaine,Birch Bay and Custer artisans will sell their handcrafted goods thisweek at the Lynden Craft and Antique Show on October 13, 14 and...

Walk-a-thonties with H.O.G. efforts

Blainewill participate in the Walk Across Washington, a campaignto encourage people to walk more, and organized by theAssociation of Washington Cities,...

Candidatesoffer variety of viewpoints in local forum

BirchBay and Blaine area residents got first hand answersfrom Whatcom County Council and Northwest Parks and RecreationDistrict candidates during a candidate...

Harborsubdivision approved by city council

Blainecommunity development director Terry Galvin gave rarepraise to the developers of a subdivision planned forthe shores of Drayton Harbor. “They...

police

Police Report -- October 13, 2005

sports

Sports -- October 13, 2005

 

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