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Letters to the Editor -- November 22, 2007


Waterfrontplan to improve wharf, save historic train depot

A major piece of Blaine’s history, the 98-year-oldformer Northern Pacific depot just south of the MarineDrive crossing, is likely to be preserved...

Youthin government day

An invaluable experiencefor youth

Aftera long winter, restaurant gets warm reception

After a winter of extensive remodeling, Jim and CarolynWynstra of Lynden have opened CJ’s Beach House Restaurantin the building previously used by...

DraytonHarbor Road repairs begin

Whatcom County public works crews willbegin long-awaited road repairs on Drayton Harbor Roadthis week between Shintaffer and Harborview Roads.

SWAPpresents Inconvenient Truth

Blaine high school’s Students WithA Purpose group (SWAP) are sponsoring a free showing ofthe Oscar-winning environmental documentary “An InconvenientTruth...

Sheriff’s department offers boating education program

Whatcom County Sheriff’s OfficeMarine Services Unit will offer a boater education course for Washingtonboaters.

Aroundthe City

City of Blaine hires planningdirector

Localwoman publishes book series

Everson resident and author LisaDunster Moeller, creator of the book series Common Threads Journals,has scheduled two local book signings for her newest...

Sculpturesentries sought for 2008

TheU.S.-Canada Peace Anniversary Association is seekingartists to submit outdoor sculptures for their 11th AnnualPeace Arch Park International Sculpture...

Cityupholds Gregoire’s request to cap propertytaxes

The city of Blaine will likelynot increase its property tax rate more than 1 percentin 2008, despite a recent court ruling that would allowotherwise.

DStreet overpass now open to traffic

WashingtonState Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has finishedmost of the Highway 543 improvements from H Street northto the border and has reopened...


Police Report -- November 22, 2007


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