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Letters to the Editor -- October 18, 2001

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Volunteers needed to cook turkey dinner for 50

Annie and Ed Magner are rallying volunteers to try and keep expanding what started as a family tradition. This year they hope to bring together Blaine ...

Improv troupe at local church

The University Players, a six-member drama troupe comprised of students from Seattle Pacific University, will perform Sunday, October 21, at 10:45 a.m....

Bad aim

On Saturday, October 13, a Blaine police officer encountered an 18-year-old Lynden man walking east on H Street carrying a 30-06 hunting rifle. Upon seeing...

Plover service poised to expand

The expanded Plover service proposal moves forward to state and federal review after the city planning commission agreed upon a few minor wording changes...

Youth center ready for business

Before Friday’s football game, the community is invited to The Blender youth center on Peace Portal Drive for a ribbon cutting to commemorate the ...

Voter info online

Information about candidates is available at the Whatcom County auditor’s office online general election voter’s guide at www.co.whatcom.wa.us...

Crabbing closed, but not quite

The state department of fish and wildlife (DFW) closed the local sport crab season October 15 when preliminary data suggested sport crabbers had already...

Fire district manages risks

Four years ago two volunteer firefighters died attempting a “confined space” rescue in the central Washington town of Zillah. When the legal ...

Planning is job one in 2002

Blaine’s community and economic development department has been awarded a $10,000 Growth Management Act grant to update the city’s comprehensive...

Cuts needed for a healthy budget

Blaine residents were invited but none came as Blaine city council began to plow through the city’s 2002 budget this week. A Monday night budget session...

Anthrax scare hits local phone booths

Blaine is getting caught up in the national anthrax anxiety. In the last week Blaine police have responded to three reports of white powders and suspicious...

More staff at borders could mean shorter lines

Local borders eased up a little this week as ten additional immigration and naturalization service (INS) inspectors were assigned to Washington state ports...

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Police Report -- October 18, 2001

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Sports -- October 18, 2001

 

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