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Letters to the Editor -- September 13, 2007

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FormerBirch Bay cabin becomes space for grandkids

Bellingham dentist TheoRasmussen and his wife Florence bought a small cottagein the Cottonwood Reach section of Birch Bay in 1924, whenCalvin Coolidge ...

Huntereducation program now online

Thenew online version of the state’s basic huntereducation program is about to leave the old home-studycourse by the wayside.

HomeImprovement

Blainewoman offers helpful advice on home decor

YoungAt Heart

Now that the lazydays (or were they busy days) of summer are about to leaveus, with autumn coming in before too long, we are lookingforward to new and ...

Birch Bay and Blaine community monthly meetings

Alanon Meetings: Blaine meets every Wednesdayat 7:30 – 9 p.m. at the Unitarian Church at Cedar & Harrisonstreets. 332-5863. Custer meets...

Bellinghamsquadron to offer boating safety coarse

The Bellingham Sail and Power Squadronplans to offer one of its popular this fall at the BlaineSenior Center.

BriefsShorelinecleanup this Saturday

BirchBay residents are invited to participate in the Ocean Conservancy’sInternational Coastal Cleanup this Saturday at 9 a.m. The clean-up is one...

Crewsto close I-5 lanes this week

WashingtonState Department of Transportation (WSDOT) crews willalternately close I-5 lanes this week during the dayand ramps at night to dig trenches and...

Councilvotes 6-0 to expand fee deferrals to wharf

Builders in Blaine’s wharfdistrict can now apply for the same deferrals for waterand utility fees allowed in Blaine’s central businessdistrict...

Fedsanticipate ‘painful’ border waits in 2008

Federalofficials are still unclear about what will happen when,but they are sure about one thing: when constructionof a new Peace Arch U.S. port of entry...

police

Police Report -- September 13, 2007

sports

Sports -- September 13, 2007

 

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