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Articles published Wed, Oct 7, 2009

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Letters to the Editor - October 8 - 14, 2009


County council schedules Lincoln Road fix

Whatcom County Council last week approved a six-year transportation plan that puts long needed Lincoln Road improvements on track for 2011.

Trillium weighs in against dropping impact fees

Your chance to do good locally

Deb Cummings benefit to be held

Blaine school administrator Deb Cummings has a motto on her e-mail – “It’s not what happens to you, it’s what you do with what happens to you.” On July 15 she was diagnosed with a rare and deadly form of cancer, and two days later she began chemotherapy at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Bellingham.

New in Brief

Curves celebrates women’s health and fitness • Retailing to Canadian visitors • Birch Bay Farmer Market’s Last Day • Business fair coming up • Need a job?

Cycling: For All Ages

Fire Prevention Week

In conjunction with Fire Prevention Week 2009 here are some safety tips for adults on ways to keep homes fire safe and prevent painful burns. By following simple safety rules, you can “Stay Fire Smart!”

Election 2009: Candidate Answers

Blaine Council Ward 1, Position 2 • Blaine Council At Large, Position 7 • Whatcom County Council District 1, Position A • Whatcom County Council Dist. 2, Pos. A • Whatcom County Council Dist. 3, Pos. A

Open and ready for business

After some long days and nights, Gabrielle Esquiro’s grand opening for her sewing, alteration, laundry and dry cleaning shop called Rags to Stitches happened last Thursday.

New physical therapist at Whatcom Physical Therapy


Upset dreams fade in 4th quarter


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