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Letters to the Editor -- February 28, 2008

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More then nutrition, senior meals provide social fun

Francis Jordan pulled out a stool in her kitchen and sat down at one of the big stainless tables she uses to prepare 50 lunches a day at the Blaine Senior...

Golf course seeks new membership

The men’s club at the Grandview Golf Course is looking for new members. The club holds regular events during the golf season. From March until September...

Four ways to save on travel lodging costse

Those of us who remember when we could buy Loonies for 70 cents and White Rock was a cheap date, know that the Canadian dollar is now about par with U.S...

Jern's-McKinney staffs Blaine facility

A long-time funeral chapel in Blaine has staffed its local office to offer residents here a more convenient option.

Register children for kindergarten on March 27

The Blaine primary school’s kindergarten registration will be held on Thursday, March 27 in the Blaine primary school multipurpose room from 10 a.m...

Officials anticipate 'boon' for local business

Blaine business owners may be salavating over the anticipation of additional traffic expected with the 2010 Olympics but city officials are still grappling...

Deadlines aside, border traffic still an issue for 2010

By 2010, the Peace Arch border facility may be fully functional but that doesn’t mean four- to five-hour waits for cross-border motorists are out...

Washington voters prefer primary to caucuses

Washington voters overwhelmingly prefer the traditional primary voting process as opposed to the caucus system, according to one academically funded research...

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Sports -- February 28, 2008

 

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