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Articles published Wed, Dec 9, 2009

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Letters to the Editor - December 10 - 16, 2009


Celebrating the season in Blaine and Birch Bay

Red clothing donation bins deceive residents

Budget cuts threaten annual Blaine Jazz Festival

As the city moves closer to adopting its 2010 budget, Blaine City Council members are grappling with how to balance across the board cuts in funding.

Blaine theater group schedules event

The Blaine Community Theater may be out of space but that doesn’t mean it’s out of commission.

Magician to perform in Blaine

Cookie contest winner announced

St. Martin’s hosts clothing St. Martin’s hosts clothing drive

PAA schedules NOEL! event

Birch Bay woman opens new insurance business

Blaine man, 54, killed after being struck by car

Fugitive captured at Blaine border

New bus provides eco-friendly way to the mountain

Those wanting an affordable, eco-friendly way to head up to the slopes this season are in luck.

Local business offers winter mountaineering course

Anyone who has looked up at Mount Baker from a distance may have wondered what it might be like to summit the smoldering, snow-covered giant or ski down its pristine backcountry slopes.

Winterfest continues with holiday festivities

Blaine’s annual winter art festival continues this weekend and the next downtown in the old Goff’s store with a mind-boggling variety of hand-made creations ranging from socks to photos, pottery to hand-made brooms, acrylic art to molten glass and goat’s milk soap.

Blaine resident publishes new book, schedules signing event

After five years working on commercial fishing boats, Dick Vander Yacht began a 48-year career as a customs broker working at Border Brokerage Company, a pioneer Blaine business formed in 1927.

Snowboarding film shows how the Northwest is one

The year is 2012 and the economy has crashed, bringing the state of Washington back to the times of the wild west. With the snowboarding industry non-existent, a group of outlaws and renegades still find their will to live through their passion for riding.


17 Borderites make all-conference team

Borderites continue winning on the hardwood

Lady B’s mauled by Lionesses 64-25


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