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Letters to the Editor -- March 01, 2001


Blaine treasures at home show

Imagine standing in front of a beach, with sandy cliffs in the distance and a weather beaten fence off to the side; birds flit about in the cloudy sky ...

Bring on the brass

by Meg Olson

License office moving

The Bellingham Driver Licensing office is moving to a new location. The new office will be open to the public beginning February 28. The new location is...

Quake shakes the state

Just before 11 a.m. Wednesday, Blaine got shaken - not stirred - by an earhtquake centered in the south Puget Sound area.

Blaine's own jazz giants

The sound of jazz rang through the University of Idaho’s campus last weekend as 300 bands from across the US and Canada played at the Lionel Hampton...

Council hopefuls line up

So far five local residents have applied to fill John Hobberlin’s spot on city council when he steps down at the end of March.

Covering all the sewer bases

To seek federal funding for a solution to Blaine’s wastewater treatment problems, city manager Gary Tomsic met with Washington’s congressional...

Motivating with oysters

Drayton Harbor is poised to be the only body of water in the state’s history where oysters are planted in a prohibited area as an incentive to clean...


Fisherman to fountain maker

The season for scrubbing

Spring is in the air. Grass is greener, birds are singing, and it’s time for spring cleaning.

Phamphlet helps age gracefully

The Washington Association of Housing and Service for the Aging (WAHSA) has produced a new resource to help older adults find a retirement community, senior...

School asks voters for $20 million

It’s official: Blaine School District will ask voters to pass a $19.7 million bond issue May 15.

Proposed rules would give signs a low profile

The Blaine Planning Commission is reviewing a set of sign regulations that would reduce permit fees and end an expired six-month moratorium on off-premise...

City examines early link to Birch Bay sewers

Anticipating early approval of the express feeder electrical project by the Army Corps of Engineers, city staff is looking at the feasibility of tying ...


Police Report -- March 01, 2001


Sports -- March 01, 2001


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