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Letters to the Editor -- June 20, 2002

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Red tide shuts down clammers

County health officials have issued red tide warnings for Birch Bay and Drayton Harbor, cautioning that local shellfish have high enough toxin levels to...

Eatin' at the dock of the bay...

Fingers are flyin’ at the Dock of the Bay restaurant, recently opened at the old Birch Bay Healing Arts location on Birch Bay Drive. The restaurant...

Stephani’s serves up all tastes

Combining location and menu, Stephani’s Restaurant opened at the Birch Bay golf course in early June. Stephani Smith and her husband Eric moved to...

Gallery sells art that comes alive

A new business is open in Birch Bay and its owner Gary Marley hopes people find The Bay Gallery and Mercantile a fun place to come and shop. Since Marley...

Outlet mall changes hands

When driving along I-5, the Peace Arch Factory Outlet Mall in Custer may seem more visible than usual. That’s because the southern most three-fourths...

More than one way to learn

Some students go because they have to, some go because they want to, but whatever the reason they end up there, students at Timber Ridge High School have...

Goodbye, wobbly concrete road...

This summer’s road construction season will see traffic rerouted on some local roads, but not as much as some might have hoped. While the signal light...

Border runner tries to flatten local police officer

Blaine’s lone motorcycle cop narrowly escaped in one piece when a border runner tried to mow him down with a stolen Dodge Ram pickup. “That guy...

Summer will be busy in Birch Bay

Summertime is gearing up in the Birch Bay area and members of the Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce are expanding the menu of warm weather events this year...

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Police Report -- June 20, 2002

 

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