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Letters to the Editor -- May 10, 2007


UWprofessor surveys dead birds

Julia Parrish has been studying seabirdpopulations long enough to know that their survival ratescan be useful indicators of the health of a marine ecosystem.The...

Wantto start a garden? Find plants to suit your lifestyle

There is so muchhappening in the garden that it is difficult to pick astarting point. I have received many questions and inquiriesrecently from folks wanting...

Blainephysicians celebrate 25 years in practice

Blaine’stwo physicians, David Allan and Marta Kazymyra, firstmet when a college secretary assigned them to be labpartners in an undergraduate biochemistry...

Beachprogram offers free training for volunteers

Washington State University’svolunteer Beach Naturalists program will be returningto Whatcom County’s shoreline parks this summer.RE Sources...

Sculptureexplores U.S./Canadian border relations

What would the U.S./Canadian borderlook like under different circumstances?

BeingFrank about salmon

This year’sNorth of Falcon salmon management process, for the coastand Puget Sound, was tougher than it’s ever been.

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Kindergarten readiness night

Blainegroup to speak at Folklife

TheUnited States/Canada Peace Anniversary Association willrepresent the city of Blaine at Seattle’s FolklifeFestival this year.The annual four-day...

Mother’sDay art tour scheduled this weekend

Thesecond annual Mother’s Day art studio tourin Blaine is set for this weekend, May 12 and 13, and isboth bigger and more varied than last year&rsquo...

Blaineborder officials find men in rail cars

Intwo seperate incidents last month, Customs and BorderProtection officers (CBP) scanning southbound rail carswith gamma rays discovered Honduran stowaways...


Police Report -- May 10, 2007


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