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Letters to the Editor -- August 01, 2002

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Drum Heads off to Scotland

“Its not your average go to camp summer,” said 2002 Blaine graduate Annie Head. Considering her plans to travel to Scotland to compete in the...

Fundraiser dance on the dock

It’s going to be high times on the Blaine waterfront August 3. The Blaine Boys and Girls Club is putting on the fifth annual Dance on the Dockside...

Newell guilty of lesser charge

During his July 24 appearance in Blaine municipal court, high school principal Dan Newell pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of first-degree-negligent ...

House passes bill to shuffle border

The U.S. House of Representatives voted 295-132 to create a new federal Department of Homeland Security which would gather together bits and pieces of ...

The tall lady’s back in town for another visit

A piece of 18th century history will glide into Drayton Harbor August 5. Washington States Tall Ship Ambassador, the Lady Washington, is returning to Blaine...

County and city ponder tax hike for better EMS

After spending six months looking at how to fund emergency medical services (EMS) in Whatcom County, a 30-member committee is recommending voters approve...

police

Police Report -- August 01, 2002

sports

Sports -- August 01, 2002

 

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