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Articles published Wed, May 15, 2013

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Letters to the editor: May 16 - 22, 2013

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It's time to talk about the trains

The Washington State Department of Transportation is ready to talk about the future of rail travel in the Cascades Corridor.

Financials holding steady, council appoints new member

Blaine is weathering its storm well.

Make your voices heard: Jail scoping period is open

The scoping period for the new jail site has begun, and officials are seeking comments from members of the public on the impacts of building a new jail at the preferred site in Ferndale.

Time to pedal

May is National Bike Month.

Nursery sale helps new farmers grow

Each year Cascade Cuts opens their wholesale nursery to the public for a single day as a fund raiser for the Sustainable Connections Food and Farming Program.

Borderites take the stage

Four Blaine High School students are making themselves known in local community theater circles.

Critchley's quest: A search for family history

After driving to the end of Semiahmoo spit to see where a large salmon cannery once stood, Robert Critchley approached a curved hulk of weathered gray wood lying in the grass near the shore.

police

Police Reports: May 8 - 11, 2013

sports

Softball takes third in 1A District tourney

After a hiccup of a loss to Mount Baker and wins against Friday Harbor, Coupeville and Lynden Christian, the Blaine softball team secured third place in the 1A District Tournament and a bid to the Tri-District Tournament.

Blaine golfers head to state tournament

Blaine golfer Ryan Wallen is sweeping up in the post season with wins at the Northwest Conference, 1A District and Tri-District tournaments.

 

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