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Articles published Wed, Oct 21, 2009

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Letters to the Editor - October 22 - 28


News in Brief

Talk explores Winter Olympics for Blaine • Volunteers needed to Make A Difference • Center hosts rummage sale Saturday • Crab feed to benefit high school football

Swine flu vaccination clinic rescheduled

A community 2009 H1N1 vaccination clinic which was scheduled for Thursday, October 22 at the St. Luke’s Community Health Education Center has been re-scheduled for Wednesday, October 28.

Local realtor predicts ‘upswing’ for homes in 2010

A market upswing for selling houses that cost less than $300,000 is in store for Blaine and Birch Bay, according to Birch Bay realtor and local radio show host Mike Kent.

Septic class to be held in Blaine

Homeowners wanting to perform their own septic system inspections will want to attend a class offered by Whatcom County Health Department this month.

Red tide closes Whatcom beaches

Mixed-use development planned

A Canadian developer has proposed a mixed-use commercial and residential development on 15.7 acres just south of Bayview Avenue on Peace Portal Drive.

New consignment store opens in Birch Bay

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County developed machine helps maintain cardio

Seniors, do you ever run out of breath climbing stairs? Ever wonder how people your age can still ski while you’re gasping for air just standing in the ski area parking lot? It has to do with your aerobic fitness, specifically, your cardiovascular system. Improving your aerobic fitness means moving your large muscle groups (legs and back); a roadblock for many people because it means spending time walking, biking, in a studio or a pool.

Blaine author to host book signing Saturday

New Blaine police officer joins force

Welcome Bundy! Blaine’s newest police officer talks about law enforcement on the U.S. border.

The Borderite Report

Find out what's happening in the Blaine School District


SPORTS - Blaine drops to third with 31-28 road loss


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