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Letters to the Editor -- August 29, 2002

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School supplies needed

The first day of school is a big day, and it comes with a big list: pencils, erasers, glue sticks, color markers, notebooks, paper and, Kleenex. The family...

Blackberry House changes hands

On Friday afternoon Marsha and Charlie Hawkins will pack up their church pews and their recipes and lock the door to Blackberry House for the last time...

Volunteer blood screeners needed

Puget Sound Blood Center seeks volunteers to help at mobile blood drives and at donation centers.Volunteer opportunities include registering people before...

A healthy alternative...

Their grand opening won’t be until September, but already Health Education Associates (HEA) has been up and running for a year. Owners Robbie Waldo...

Get away, stay close

Silver Lake Park is billed as a county park, but it looks and feels like a lakeside resort that just time-warped itself out of August 1956. Mom and dad...

Hays heads off

After three years holding the reins for Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) inspections in the Seattle District, assistant district director Ron...

And another one bites the dust

Last week two of the city’s D Street giants came down, making Blaine a little more mysterious, and city director of community and economic development...

Only money needed now

It’s finally happening. After years of “there’s nothing to do in Blaine,” the skatepark so long discussed by city youth is within reach...

Ambassador Melissa Galbraith definitely has a nice ring to it...

Look out Luke Ridnour. Blaine’s got another basketball talent, just back from the People to People Sports Ambassadors trip to New Zealand and Australia...

Your chance to view a bit of ‘rock ’n roll’ history

Birch Bay Village Clubs is offering a visit with a piece of rock and roll history to raise money for a bigger clubhouse.The association has organized a...

And ever so often, there’s some good news...

Blaine City Council voted unanimously to accept a pleasant surprise. At their August 26 meeting assistant public works director Steve Banham presented ...

Peace Arch radio heads?

Radio listeners who start their day with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s show the Early Edition will all be tuning into the Peace Arch next...

Local hauler requests hefty increase in garbage rates

The local garbage hauler has applied to the state for a 13 percent increase after ten years of static rates.“The rates are set by cost- accounting...

Symbol of healing to travel cross-country

Last week with songs, drumming, dancing and prayer, members of the Lummi Tribe prepared three totems for different yet similar missions. One will travel...

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Police Report -- August 29, 2002

 

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