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Letters to the editor: September 26 - October 2, 2013


PAA gets okay to create signage for 'The Vigil'

Ever wonder about the meaning of the sculpture in the H Street Plaza?

Blaine senior class asks for a rock, administrators discuss math scores and capital improvements

At a busy school board meeting September 23, educators explored new assessment procedures, board members heard an update on capital improvement project and high school seniors asked for a rock.

Blaine bank teller pleads guilty to $150,000 theft

A Custer woman who fueled a gambling addiction with more than $150,000 of an elderly woman's money has paid the money back and now faces a month in jail and a month of community service.

Studio tour gives glimpse into creative processes

Have you ever wondered about the creative process and what it's like to be where an artist works?

Boys & Girls Club seeks benefactors

It's that time of year again.

Local couple takes part in 10-day canoe journey to Olympic Peninsula

As they have for the last four years, a local couple took a canoe trip this summer that was a departure from the ordinary.

Coming home: Habitat for Humanity helps families build better lives

It's been seven years since Julio Ortiz packed up his belongings and made the journey from Guatemala to Whatcom County to help build a better life for his family.

Blaine manufacturer helps spread vision throughout the world

At a workbench in a corner of the Coastal Contacts, Inc. warehouse on Odell Road, Carrie Pritchard works her way through a stack of small blue crates.

A farewell to Blaine's beloved K-9, Yoschi

It is with great sadness that the Blaine Police Department announces the loss of our beloved retired K-9, Yoschi.

Digital photo tip: Get eye level with your subject

The most compelling photos are often made eye to eye with the subject.


Police reports: September 19 - September 24, 2013


Girls soccer flips switch for big conference victory

The girls soccer team is 2-1 in conference play after winning a Jekyll and Hyde performance at home against Nooksack Valley September 24.

Lakewood outmans, outplays Borderites

Blaine football lost badly to 2A power Lakewood at home September 20, but the Borderites are putting the game behind them as they prepare for this week's home match against Bellingham.


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