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Articles published Wed, Apr 21, 2010

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Letters to the Editor - April 22 - 28, 2010


Community garden plots available

Those who love gardening but do not have the space will want to check out Blaine's Community garden on G Street.

Wrestler Gene Kiniski dies in Blaine

Gene Kiniski is as big in death as he was in life.

Photos in this week's issue - April 22 - 28, 2010

Blaine’s Douglas Freeman, 81, dies

Lifelong Blaine resident and owner and founder of Doug Freeman Real Estate, passed away April 20.

Birch Bay store destroyed in fire

A Birch Bay furniture store was destroyed by a fire early Monday morning, April 19.

County offers septic training classes

The Whatcom County health department has scheduled several classes that will certify most homeowners to complete evaluations of their own septic systems.

Donations needed for senior center rummage sale

The Blaine Senior center is sponsoring their “Giant Rummage Sale” on Saturday, May 1 from 8 a.m. to 3 pm.

WSU master gardeners offer free clinics

The Washington State University’s master gardeners program of Whatcom County has scheduled a series of free gardening workshops at Hovander Homestead Park every other Sunday May 16 through October 17.

Read this before handing keys over to teens

Moms are the ones who usually cart kids around from school to scouts to baseball. More often than not, these women take responsibility for the repair and maintenance of their vehicles.

Events offer opportunity to clean up, plant Events offer opportunity to clean up, plant trees

Two Birch Bay events this weekend will provide residents a way to celebrate Earth Day while beautifying their community.

County to revise urban growth areas

Whatcom County Council voted 4-3 to have county executive Pete Kremen revise the county’s urban growth boundaries.

Annual Wings Over Water festival April 17, 2010


Soccer team shows promise despite loss

Opportunity knocks but the door stays shut

Blaine’s Mattson wins track invitational

Blaine girls win first in tennis, then fall to MV

Dudley pulls off three-hit shutout


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