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Letters to the Editor -- April 18, 2002

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Stafholt grads keep on coming

Stafholt Good Samaritan Center’s nursing assistant certification keeps pumping out the graduates. On April 18 four new nursing assistants will get...

Chamber news

The Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce invited John Cooper executive director of Bellingham – Whatcom County Convention and Visitors’ Bureau to their...

Report from Olympia

The Northern Light asked our local state legislators to give us their take on the successes and failures of the recently concluded legislative session....

Tip for a blooming fine container garden

From traditional terra cotta pots to whimsical washtubs, more and more people are using containers – both conventional and avant-garde – to indulge...

Brass brings class and concert

Pacific Arts Association wraps up its season next weekend with classes and a performance by the Canadian quintet True North Brass. The five members of ...

Chamber online

The Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce can now be accessed via the web at www.birchbaychamber.com.Site visitors will find information about chamber members ...

History lives in cottage reno

Anita Bishop of Blaine remembers the local bowling alley, “Blaine Lanes, I think it was called. And that old motel was right next door, near where...

All recreational crabbing closed

On Monday the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) shut down all crab harvesting in all waters in Puget Sound and the Strait of Juan de Fuca...

Boats get their fast lane back

Last week the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service and Canada customs and immigration authorities announced their pre-clearance programs for U.S...

Port, city, ponder necklace of sights

Blaine City Council members and Port of Bellingham commissioners met together Tuesday afternoon at the port’s Blaine office to go over plans for the...

Lincoln Road extension bogs down Birch Bay planning

“From a purely transportation standpoint, extending Lincoln Road makes perfect sense, but when you factor in the expense, and the damage it will cause...

Commission aims to double airport in five years

This weekend, the Blaine airport will celebrate its 55th year, and airport commissioners want to see a growth spurt before it hits 60. “We’re...

police

Police Report -- April 18, 2002

sports

Sports -- April 18, 2002

 

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