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Blainestudent sets new world record

Here’s one politician whokeeps his campaign promises.

Couplebuys Blaine print shop

TwoBirch Bay residents have bought the former Pelican Pressin Blaine.Scott and Jacque Peterson acquired the small print anddesign shop in February, and...

DStreet to remain open in June

The D Street bridge over highway 543will be finished and open for traffic in June accordingto Patrick Fuller of the Washington State Department ofTransportation...

Bookexplores personality by wine

Areyou a communicative idealist who avoids conflict? Youmight be a merlot. A difficult perfectionist? You mightbe a pinot noir.Descriptions of personality...

Alpacafarm owners suing SSP over investigation

Johnand Kelly Wood, owners of Wildwood Alpaca Farm on SweetRoad, have sued Security Specialists Plus (SSP) PreferredAnimal Care for $107,500 over what ...

CongressmanJack Metcalf, 79, dies

Former U.S. Representativeand long-time state lawmaker Jack Metcalf (R-Washington)died Thursday, March 15 from complications relating toAlzheimer&rsquo...

Newranger hired at Peace Arch park

When Jason Snow took over as rangerat Peace Arch State Park last January he said he couldn’tbe happier with his new assignment. “It’s...

Briefs...

Architect’shome shows care in details

Architect Craig Telgenhoff has built another of hisclever and innovative one-of-a-kind houses, this timeat 4763 Alderson Road in Birch Bay and, as with...

Spanjercites need for Birch Bay school

Blaine’ssuperintendent of schools Ron Spanjer gave what he calleda program report to the Birch Bay Transportation, PublicSafety and School Committee...

Aroundthe CityTeacher of the year bids sought

The superintendent of public instruction is calling for regionalnominations for the 2008 state teacher of the year award and is invitingBlaine students...

Trilliumtries again for rezone

TheTrillium Corporation’s Alden Reach is a lightindustrial, mixed use and residential development plannedfor 1,000 acres of some of the finest waterfront...

DHSto approve state license pilot project

Travelerscrossing the Washington border into British Columbiamay only have to secure a $40 state-issued drivers’ licenseas opposed to a $97 passport...

WhatcomCounty to enforce new septic rules

WhatcomCounty is getting a head start on new state rules tomaintain healthy septic systems.

police

Police Report -- March 22, 2007

sports

Sports -- March 22, 2007

 

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