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Letters to the Editor -- April 19, 2007


YoungAt Heart

Happilywe welcome April in,with all its eager dance of spring.Let cold and grayness slip away,Letting April do her boisterous fling.She brings showers ...

Citycontinues to pursue quiet zones

City officials are continuingto pursue a quiet zone designation for two railroad crossingsin Blaine.

Blainegardener reveals hanging flower basket secrets

Sue Sturgill is the city contractorwho, among her other duties, tends the city’s 142hanging flower baskets, known for their vigorous displaysof color...

Sailingrace fills bay with boats

Theannual Semiahmoo Regatta is scheduled for next weekend,April 28 and 29, and will once again bring the area’stop amateur sailboat racers to Blaine...

Aroundthe City

School board seeks publicinputThe Blaine school district will hold a community forum regarding long-rangeplanning and prioritization of facility projects...

Thinkglobal, celebrate Earth Day locally

SeveralWhatcom County groups have organized environmental cleanupevents this weekend in observance of Earth Day.

Fournew buildings planned for Birch Bay Square

Thesmall train that once ran around the former factory outletmall at I-5 exit 270, where Birch Bay-Lynden Road crossesthe freeway, is gone, sold to a zoo...

Borderagencies ready to start NEXUS renewals

U.S.and Canadian border agencies are ready to start the renewalprocess for the avalanche of NEXUS memberships due toexpire this summer, and they are encouraging...


Police Report -- April 19, 2007


Sports -- April 19, 2007


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