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Letters to the Editor -- October 19, 2006


BirchBay meetings

• The Birch Bay Steering Committeemeets at 7 p.m., Wednesday, October 25 at the Birch BayBible Community Church at 7039 Jackson Road.

Blainewoman opens sports store

Kristin Clausen comes from a sports oriented family. The1992 Lynden Christian grad’s dad Gary has beenBlaine’s athletic director for many years...

Health& Wellness

Why bigger isn't better


SterlingSavings wins contest for “robber” scarecrowSterling Savings Bank won first place in the BountifulHarvest Scarecrow Display contest ...

Vigilis a tribute to Blaine’s early days

?Blaine’s existence dependedupon ships. The first visitors came here by sailing ship – explorersfrom Spain and England, starting with Drake...

Newwinery features grape stomping – the old fashionedway

Washington’snewest winery opened last weekend in Blaine, in a formeraircraft hangar on Boblett Street just east of the Blaineairport. Vintners Tracey...

Businessexpo set for Oct.19

The Whatcom Business Conference is scheduled for Thursday at the BestWestern Lakeway Inn, 714 Lakeway Drive, in Bellingham.Nearly 60 exhibitors, including...

Jensenland trust dedication Oct. 20

TheJensen Family Forest Park at 8004 Stein Road will bededicated and officially opened Friday morning, October20.

Vigildedication honors Blaine’s Icelandic heritage

Fog,that age-old enemy of the fisherman, couldn’tdampen the spirits of the 500 or so Blaine residents andvisiting friends who gathered at the H Street...

Congressto examine efficiency of passport rule

TheNEXUS program is celebrating the 100,000 participantmilestone but new applicants are still waiting as longas they did during the stampede to get the...


Police Report -- October 19, 2006


Sports -- October 19, 2006


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