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Letters to the Editor: September 13-19

The Editor:  With Labor Day behind us, I want to thank all the hard working volunteers and Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce members for the fantastic summer they provided for all the … more

Letters to the Editor: September 6-12

The Editor: Senator Ericksen’s latest PR piece is titled “Senator Doug Ericksen’s environmental successes you may have missed in your local media.” This may be because they … more

Letter to the Editor: August 30 to September 5

The Editor: Whatcom County citizens: James Erb is the new prosecutor we need. After 44 years we do not need more jail loving without innovation. James Erb is the fresh … more

Letters to the Editor: August 23-29

The Editor: Last week’s letter from Krista Rome had only scorn for people driving shiny, new black pick-up trucks who didn’t share her particular cause. Of course, it’s … more

Letter to the Editor: August 16-22

The Editor: On Sunday, August 5, an historic Farmworker March for Dignity took place along the rural farm roads from Lynden to Sumas. Participants walked 15 miles over 10 hours, and … more

Letters to the Editor: August 9-15

The Editor:  With the upcoming primary and mid-term elections, here are a few things that puzzle me about Ms. Angell’s letter. Let me just answer for myself because I cannot … more

Letters to the Editor: August 2-8

The Editor: Here we are, already into the month of August and the 2018 to 2019 school year is on the horizon. As in previous years, the Blaine School District Family Service Center … more

Letters to the Editor: July 19 to 25

The Editor:  The Puppy Rescue Mission Fundraiser was held on June 23 at Peace Arch State Park; sincere thanks to everyone who attended and participated. Thank you volunteers! We … more

Letters to the Editor: July 12-18

The Editor: I was in your town during the Canada Day weekend and wondered “When is the Amtrak station coming to Blaine?” I see a new Starbucks is opening soon in a beautiful new … more

Letters to the Editor: July 5-11

The Editor: I’ve lived and worked downtown since 1994. I always thought Blaine had great potential for a vibrant downtown and so I invested here. I haven’t seen … more

Letters to the Editor: June 28-July 4

The Editor: Should the voters in each of the wards in Blaine be able to elect their representatives to the city council independently of the other voters in the … more

Letters to the Editor: June 21-27

The Editor: Of course citizens want to vote on the best qualified police chief; it wouldn’t hurt if he allowed an officer, staff member or volunteer to give us readers the old … more

Letter to the Editor: June 14-20

Illustration by Carol Mahon The Editor: Late afternoon, coming from Cost Cutter on H Street to one of the busiest intersections in Blaine, an unexpected scene brought traffic to a halt. The mama … more

Letter to the Editor: June 7-13

The Editor: This past Saturday, June 2, the Blaine Chamber of Commerce sponsored a “Ride to the Border.” This event shut down Peace Portal Drive from Martin Street to G Street to … more

Letter to the Editor: May 31-June 1

The Editor: All members of the Bellingham Sail and Power Squadron wish to thank the following businesses for making possible the very successful SeaSkills Boating Festival at Blaine … more

Letters to the Editor: May 24-30

The Editor: The Blaine Food Bank and our volunteers would like to give a big thank you to both Blaine and Custer post office employees during the USPS’ annual “Stamp Out … more

Letters to the Editor: May 17-24

The Editor: The proposed “Golf Cart Zone” on Birch Bay Drive has the potential to cause serious safety hazards; I hope that the county council is astute enough to vote it … more

Letters to the editor: May 10-16

The Editor: Blaine Cub Scouts Pack 4025 would like to publicly thank everyone who helped host the District Regional Pinewood Derby! We are thankful for Blaine-Birch … more

Letters to the Editor: May 3-9

The Editor: The Alaska Packers Association Cannery Museum at Semiahmoo Park belongs to the Whatcom communities of Blaine, Custer, Birch Bay and Point Roberts. It … more

Letters to the Editor: April 26-May 2

The Editor: Along with all the others missing the old format of the police reports in the paper, I have to ask: who would miss it now since it has been reduced to boring and wasted … more
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