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Letters to the Editor -- April 24, 2008

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On the Waterfront

The local commercial crab season is officially over until next October for non-Indian fishers. Treaty Indian crab fishers usually have several openings...

Semiahmoo International Regatta is cross-border fun

If you’ve ever wanted an up close and personal look at a state-of-the-art racing sailboat, this weekend is your chance. The tenth annual Semiahmoo...

Eco-fertilizer keeps the grass green and the water clean

Whether it’s because we’re imitating medieval barons who surrounded their country manors with sheep pastures or it’s because we&rsquo...

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Faith is philosophy behind Birch Bay Family Medicine

Blaine officer Balmer to retire after 20 years of service

On April 30, Doug Balmer will patrol the streets of Blaine for the last time as he is set to retire after 34 years in law enforcement. He has spent the...

‘Salmonar’ fishing classes begin May 1

Jim Jorgensen’s famed salmon fishing class, Salmonar, is back for 2008.

Developer to begin Harborside condos

California developer Art Weiner said Tuesday that he plans to begin construction of the long delayed Harborside condominium project at the southwest corner...

Board proposes cuts for next school year

The Blaine school district, pinched by rising fuel costs, increased personnel expenses and an untimely enrollment slump, will have to cut as much as $655,000...

Trillium to provide more open space, trails

Blaine residents could enjoy improved walkways and better public amenities on Semiahmoo Spit with the completion of a planned 68-unit cottage development...

police

Police Report -- April 24, 2008

sports

Sports -- April 24, 2008

 

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