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Letters to the Editor - February 11 - 17

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Loomis Hall Gallery hosts sculpture exhibit - slideshow

Loomis Hall was a hot spot last Friday with the opening of their Olympic Small & Large art exhibit.

Annual back yard bird count begins Friday

Bird watchers coast to coast are invited to take part in the 13th annual Great Backyard Bird Count, Friday, February 12, through Monday, February 15.

City council rejects fire impact fee proposal 4-2

Blaine taxpayers and current residents could be forced to pick up the tab for increased fire and rescue services as a result of new development following a recent city council decision.

Take a bite out of Blaine February 15

Blaine and Birch Bay restaurants are gearing up for the Blaine Chamber of Commerce’s 10th annual Bite of Blaine set for Monday, February 15 at Semiahmoo Resort.

Your guide to the (free!) venues and events

Swan viewing tour Saturday

Those wanting to get an upclose view of swans can take a tour with the Friends of Tennant Lake & Hovander Park this Saturday.

NSEA hosts free community party

The Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA) will host their Annual Community Celebration and 20th Birthday Party

Getting fit with community

A Birch Bay couple is looking to create a club for people who are interested in running.

American Life Poetry

Olympics event to honor fallen soldier

Birch Bay Square will host an Olympics tailgate party from February 11 to 28. Food, beer, and live entertainment will be available and games will be broadcast all day

Blaine woman recounts life, work in Antarctica

sports

Forward looking for gold medal

Blaine’s own Karen Thatcher will compete for the gold in the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Wrestlers grapple their way to state

 

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