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Articles published Wed, Jan 16, 2013

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Letters to the Editor: January 17 to January 23


Ancient medicine offers wellness alternative

A series of small, flexible needles ride the ridge of Mili Rauwolf's leg as she rests on the table at the clinic.

Students use talent to promote cancer research

The diagnosis of cancer can be terrifying.

Whatcom County Council debates reconveyance

In their first meeting in 2013, Whatcom County Council unanimously approved a request for the County Executive to enter into a contract between Whatcom County and Wilson Engineering, LLC

Tomsic announces retirement, city considers options

The face of city management is about to change.

Children's consignment store to open in Birch Bay

A new children's consignment store that will specialize in high-end children's clothes, furniture, strollers and toys will open its doors in Birch Bay by the end of next month.

Drive Sober campaign nets 115 DUI's in Whatcom

Ramped up DUI patrols over the holiday season made Washington roads safer last month, during a season notorious for drunk driving.

Keeping your home safe from winter fire hazards

As cold weather sets in, we look to furnaces, wood stoves, and space heaters to keep us warm.

Flu vaccine supplies are limited

If youâve waited until now to get a flu shot, you may want to hurry to the pharmacy as soon as you can.

The Plover gets new engine for new year

Blaine Arts and Jazz Festival draws near

The Blaine Fine Arts Association will be hosting its 16th annual Arts and Jazz auction, dance and community celebration to benefit the Blaine school district's art, band, choir and drama students.

A beautiful view


Police Reports: January 8 to January 16


Borderite wrestlers win NWC Tournament

The Borderite wrestling team ran the mats at the 2013 Northwest Conference( NWC) Tournament at Sehome January 12 and beat out the 12 other NWC teams to earn the championship title.

Boys basketball out-manned by Bellingham-area squads

They say close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades, but the Borderite boys' near victory against Squalicum was a signpost on a season-long, positive trend of improvement as a basketball team.

Girls quell Storm, outpace Mariners

The Borderites battened down their defense to defeat Squalicum 47-25 in a Northwest Conference (NWC) matchup January 10.


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