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Letters to the editor: September 19 - 25, 2013

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Planning board considers growth, SEPA rule changes

It's time for the city of Blaine to look toward the future.

Cottonwood construction continues

If the weather cooperates, residents near Cedar Avenue in the Cottonwood neighborhood of Birch Bay can look forward to some peace and quiet by mid-October, public works officials said.

Need for winter coats expected to be high this season

Over the past week, the weather has taken a sharp turn toward chilly, and while winter may not be here quite yet, all signs are pointing to it being well on its way.

Annual scarecrow competition returns to Blaine

Get your pumpkins, hay bales and pitchforks ready.

Umpqua and Sterling banks to merge

Portland-based Umpqua Holdings Corporation announced on September 11 that it will absorb Sterling Financial Corporation of Spokane as part of a $2 billion deal.

Get fit this fall with Northwest Park and Rec's programs and events

Let's face it - it's pretty easy to get lazy in the fall.

From A to Z: Library cards give you access to more than just books and a building

It's popular knowledge that with a library card you can check out books.

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September 10 - September 17, 2013

sports

Blaine goes back to defensive basics after nailbiting loss to Lord Tweedsmuir

With under a minute to go and down by 14 points to Lord Tweedsmuir, it would have been easy for Blaine fans to pack up and leave Blaine High School stadium.

Girls shutdown by strong Meridian team

Blaine and Meridian volleyed the ball - and the lead - back and forth all night, but Meridian came out on top in every set.

 

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