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Letters to the Editor: November 1 - 7, 2012

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Semiahmoo shutdown announced, 200 lose jobs

Semiahmoo Resort has announced the closure of their hotel and resort.

Birch Bay Square finds new owner

At long last, Birch Bay Square has found an owner.

Programs help landowners keep the watershed clean

There's water, water everywhere in Terrell Creek, but not a drop to drink.

WTA proposes change to afternoon bus departure

Whatcom Transit Authority (WTA) is considering a change to its 4:10 p.m. departure of Route 55.

New science facility in the works for Blaine High School

Plans for modernizing Blaine High School's science classrooms are beginning to take shape.

Daylight saving

Flood watch

The National Weather Services has issued a flood watch for Whatcom County due to steady rain across the area.

Winter Ride program gears up

The first informational meeting for the Winter Ride program will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 7 at the Blaine Middle School library.

Bellewood Acres hosts second annual CiderFest with live music and events

The apples are picked, the cider is pressed and the spirits have been distilled.

Public commenting opportunity for the Gateway Pacific Terminal project drew a crowd of nearly 2,000 to Squalicum High School

On Saturday, October 27, close to 2,000 people from across Whatcom County gathered in the pouring rain at Squalicum High School to voice their opinion on the proposed Gateway Terminal Project.

Young at Heart

It's November, a time to be especially thankful for our freedom and heritage.

police

Police Reports: October 23, 2012 - October 26, 2012

sports

Blaine Borderite Football: Long road ends in heartbreak

Some fans may have thought the Borderites were in crisis or left for dead.

Varsity football finishes tied for second

It was a clear and crisp fall evening that made you want to take a deep breath, and when you did, you knew you were in the country.

Girls soccer wins tri-district game

The Borderites varsity girls' soccer team traveled all the way to Orting (near Mount Rainier) on Tuesday, October 30, where they beat Eatonville 2-1.

Soccer loses to Lyncs in overtime

As the girls did their pre-game warm up on Friday, October 26, spectators were trying to stay warm.

Boys cross country goes to state meet

For the first time in at least 50 years, a Blaine cross country team has made it to state competition.

 

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