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Letters to the Editor -- August 23, 2007


Tacklinga surge of applications, CBP takes NEXUS online

Tacklinga wave of renewals and predicting a surge in applications,U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has taken theNEXUS application process online...


The library is no longermerely a repository and lender of books. Neither does itsolely deal with the circulation of more recent technologicalitems like...

Newcaboose business features simple Italian fare

Blaine’shistoric red caboose is back in business with new ownersand a new menu.

Parkoffers a variety of summer interpretive programs

Birch BayState Park is offering several fun interpretive programfrom now until the end of September. The programs are coordinatedby the Friends of Birch...

SardisRaptor Center obtains ‘unusual’ falcon

Sardis Raptor Center on Valley ViewRoad in Custer obtained an unusual Peregrine falcon lastwinter, and has begun showing it at their “Huntersof the...


Hawley first in primary election

Co-managementof elk populations benefits everyone

The planned harvest this fall of30 surplus bull elk from the Nooksack herd clearly showshow tribal and state co-management of the region’snatural...

DOEseeks public comment on e-waste regulations

The Washington State Department of Ecology (DOE)is seeking public comment on a second set of proposed rules regardingthe state’s new electronic recycling...

Volunteerssought for clam survey

TheWhatcom County Marine Resources Committee is lookingfor volunteers for its first post clam-seeding surveyscheduled for September 8.

DakotaCreek bridge a 34.85 on sufficiency rating

The Dakota Creek bridge in Blaineis one of two Whatcom County bridges classified as structurallydeficient by Washington State Department of Transportation...

BirchBay defines area for incorporation study

BirchBay residents can get involved in deciding the detailsof a possible incorporation with a series of meetingsscheduled over the next five months.


Police Report -- August 23, 2007


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