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Articles published Thu, Sep 13, 2012

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Letters to the Editor: September 13 - 19, 2012


Business has begun in Blaine's new city hall

On Monday night, with a flutter of yellow ribbon and a proclamation by Mayor Harry Robinson, the city of Blaine christened the old Banner Bank building as its new city hall.

The Northern Light welcomes new staff

Set sail on Drayton Harbor in pursuit of knowledge

Scientific happenings are afloat in Drayton Harbor, and area adults and children alike are invited to partake in the wonder.

Donor challenges Blaine Food Bank to raise $25,000

It's Tuesday morning, and at 8:45 a.m. the line at the Blaine Food Bank already stretches from the front door to the parking lot, two dozen strong.

Construction continues on Marine Drive

Marking a solemn anniversary

Health & Wellness: Join local hikers and NWPRD2

Though the Wednesday walking group led by Northwest Park and Recreation District 2 has proven popular, some Blaine and Birch Bay residents are itching for more challenging excursions.

Health & Wellness: Fall hikes in Whatcom County worth the drive

North Cascades summits arenât unattainable to lightly equipped day hikers with tight schedules and high expectations.

Birch Bay Village to host cancer fundraiser

Come the afternoon of Sunday, September 16, the streets of Birch Bay Village will be open to the public and teeming with area residents walking to raise money for the fight against cancer.

Statewide anti-DUI campaign nets 42 arrests in Whatcom County

The Drive Hammered, Get Nailed campaign ran from August 17 through September 3, and the Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC) reports that in Whatcom County, 42 motorists were stopped and arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.


Police Reports: August 18 - September 8, 2012


Bradley leads cross country team to a win

Wednesday, September 5 was an ideal day for running cross country - 65 degrees and partially sunny.

Girls' varsity soccer slams Nooksack

The Borderite girlsâ varsity soccer team scored quickly and often in a 7-0 rout of Nooksack High School at Pipeline Field on Thursday, September 6.

Borderites beat B.C.'s Ravens, 44-21

Gobbato rushes for 291 yards, four touchdowns


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