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Articles published Wed, Oct 6, 2010

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Letters to the Editor - October 7-13, 2010


Local wine makers concerned about I-1100

Ken Peck knows the highs and lows of small business. As the head winemaker of the artisan Dakota Creek Winery, he endeavors to find a niche in the highly competitive winemaking business.

Lincoln Road tops county road improvement plan

Improvements to a stretch of road north of Birch Bay are on the top of the county’s 2011 construction project list. Whatcom County Council voted 6-1 to adopt the county’s 2011 annual construction program at their regular meeting on Tuesday, September 28.

City relaxes rules for septic systems

Owners of septic systems within Blaine city limits now have more time to connect to city sewer, Blaine City Council members decided last month.

Blaine women open new massage therapy business

Two Blaine residents have opened a massage therapy practice in Blaine.

Mt. Baker Kidney Center celebrates 30 years

Mt. Baker Kidney Center (MBKC) is celebrating a number of milestones this year.

Life Line offers preventative screenings in Birch Bay

Local residents can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke or bone fracture.

Cheers for Volunteers!

Kathy Richardson is a volunteer at the Blaine Visitor Center and has lived in the area since 1963. Kathy Richardson is a volunteer at the Blaine Visitor Center and has lived in the area since 1963.

Betty Liepart celebrated her 100th birthday this week

Former Birch Bay Village resident Elizabeth “Betty” Liepart, l., gets a hug from a friend during a celebration for her 100th birthday October 4 at the Leopold Retirement Home in Bellingham.


Mount Baker upsets Borderites in 41-15 loss

It wasn’t the start that either team may have expected, but the results of the game were certainly surprising as Mount Baker rolled into Blaine and hammered the heavily-favored Borderites 41-15 Friday, October 1.

Borderites pull off 3-3 tie against Trojans

After a mediocre first half, the Lady Borderites battled back in the second to pull ahead of the Meridian Trojans by two goals, only to have Tuesday’s girls’ soccer game end in a 3-3 tie at Pipeline Field.

Lady B’s give it their all in Sehome loss

Blaine sophomore goalkeeper Anna Hewitt clears the ball in Blaine’s game against Sehome Thursday.


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