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Letters to the Editor -- August 02, 2007

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Teacherbrings Chinese students to Blaine

Blaine school teacher MikeDahl and 30 local host families will be saying goodbyenext week to the 29 students and two teachers from ChongqingForeign Language...

Lifeforcegroup wants to give Orca a break

Whilethe music and festivities celebrated the summer heatthe three orca families in the endangered southern communityreunited in waters near Point Roberts...

TheOne Oar music of the sea festival

Back in the year of nineteen thirtyeight. Life in Blaine was okay, the fishing and crabbing were great.But entertainment was slim. Since there was as yet...

Preparation is worst part of colonoscopy screening

I turned 62last December 19, 12 years overdue for my first colonoscopyscreening test. I’d kept putting it off despite comingfrom a medical family...

Colonoscopy screenings: sooner is better

Terry Pickering wentto her physician, Dr. Marta Kazymyra, for a routine visitlast April 30 and two days later found herself at St.Joseph Hospital in Bellingham...

EPA decision on bald eagle is one step forward

It was wonderful to hear that thegreat bald eagle has been removed from the federal EndangeredSpecies List.

Meetings

Alanon MeetingBlaine meets every Wednesday at 7:30 – 9 p.m.at the Unitarian Church at Cedar & Harrison streets.332-5863. Custer meets every...

Blaine student finds creative outlet in photography

Inmany ways, Mitch Moquin is like any other high school senior.Sporting a moppy haircut, bright green polo shirt and trendyjeans, Moquin deals with the...

Briefs

Liquor contract store owner seeks publicsupport Blaine liquor store owner Nicole Perry is collecting signatures and publiccomments from individuals who...

Study finds decline in local birds

Populationsof western grebe and common murres in both Semiahmooand Drayton Harbor are decreasing faster than ever althoughit is not yet clear why, according...

Steamboats, sea shanties mark waterfront festival

Steamboats, one of whichhas a locally refurbished calliope played by Blaine impresarioDon Stagg that can be heard for miles. The “prestigiousGeorge...

Schoolboard approves $20.4 million budget

TheBlaine school board approved a $20.4 million budget attheir regular meeting Monday night, a figure that isslightly above anticipated revenues of roughly...

police

Police Report -- August 02, 2007

 

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