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Articles published Tue, Nov 26, 2013

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Letters to the editor: November 28 - December 4, 2013


Council OKs ordinance to control sale of marijuana

The city of Blaine is trying to manage the maze that new state marijuana laws have created.

Keep it local for sustainable holidays this year

One of the most profound ways we affect the environment is through the food we eat.

Blaine getting dressed up for annual holiday party

Over the weekend the city of Blaine will begin sparkling with holiday cheer.

Happy holidays

The Northern Light office will be closed on Thursday, November 28 and Friday, November 29 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

A local twist on a traditional recipe

Smoked oyster stuffing

Lummi Gateway Center to host the third annual Coast Salish Winter Festival

The Lummi Gateway Center will launch its third annual Coast Salish Winter Festival arts and crafts market on Friday, November 29, and will run on Fridays and Saturdays from Thanksgiving until Christmas.

Santa Claus is coming to town

On Saturday, December 7 North Whatcom Fire and Rescue (NWFRS) will be working with the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office "Project Santa" to collect donations that will benefit nearly 300 local children.

Becoming a family

The courtroom was abuzz, and the gallery crowded.

Pastor takes step of faith, embraces new community

Answering a call from God can mean many things.

Around the community

Port of Bellingham commissioner Scott Walker set to retire.


Police reports November 18 - 25, 2013


A look ahead at winter sports

Practices began last week, and as the winter sports season gains momentum, here are the players and stories to watch out for in basketball and wrestling.

Stewart, Muder and seniors write strong chapter in Blaine football legacy

At the start of the football season, few would have put money on the Borderites making it to state playoffs.


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