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Letters to the Editor -- February 21, 2002

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Teacher waits to cross the big pond

Blaine high school teacher Jeff Worthy has been chosen for the prestigious Fulbright teachers’ exchange program. Now all he has to do is wait.“...

LIVING LIFE TO THE FULLEST - LIFE BEGINS AT 50It’s never too late...

Most Americans know that just a few simple steps can lead to lower cholesterol levels and a reduced risk of heart disease, but the majority could use a...

LIVING LIFE TO THE FULLEST - LIFE BEGINS AT 50Get out and move!

Insurance companies are realizing the value of promoting exercise to their over 50 members. The medical bills go down as seniors get moving in a consistent...

Students get chance to look further afield

Local students can broaden their horizons this summer with help from the Assistance League of Bellingham. The organization’s enrichment scholarship...

Talk back!

State Representative Kelli Linville will hold three town hall meetings around the county next week – in Ferndale, Lynden and Bellingham. The meetings...

Bay planners rushing to finish report

The Birch Bay steering committee has added two more meetings in March in order to finish final revisions to its report, tackling the potentially divisive...

Glahn brings back the bronze

Borderite Tyler Glahn won an 11-2 major decision on February 16 over Medical Lake’s Brad Groce to capture a third place medal in the 125-pound class...

Coming into the station this summer . . . Artrain

In March organizers of the Peace Arch Park International Art Festival will unveil the crown jewel of this year’s event – a visit from Artrain...

It’s going be a long, hot summer at the border

An Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) plan to bring 55 new inspectors and nine support staff to local borders got final approval from Washington...

police

Police Report -- February 21, 2002

sports

Sports -- February 21, 2002

 

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