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Letters to the Editor -- October 03, 2002


Tough teeth to face the future

The Blaine Family Service Center is encouraging all primary and elementary school students to participate in the Preventive Oral Health Care Program located...

Birch Bay is greening up

The grass at the Birch Bay golf club is getting greener.This fall the club brought aboard new greenskeeper Mark Elliott. Since early September he has been...

Blaine Family Service Center

The Holidays are ComingIf you are interested in participating in winter holiday giving that helps local families, contact Andrée before November...

Pick a name and lunch is on her

Judy Hanson wants a new name for her Birch Bay cafe and is willing to pay for it. The new owner of Kim’s Coffee Cafe in the Worldmark building on ...

A musical adventure in Japan

February will be a learning experience for the Blaine high school wind ensemble. They will travel to the Funabashi music festival on the outskirts of Tokyo...

Stardust gets in your eyes

From perky outfits, to flashing feet and tidy harmony, Stardust will make the Performing Arts Center feel like the USO has come to town. The female vocal...

Permit numbers show downtown boom

When Blaine city manager Gary Tomsic looks at the numbers on construction in Blaine over the last few decade, he doesn’t see much. “Overall it...

Contaminated Peace Portal lot might not be alone

The state department of ecology (DOE) has added another Blaine property to its list of contaminated sites to be targeted for cleanup.While drilling for...

Airport could be an asset, but it could be a waste

Airport consultant David Ketchum gave Blaine city council five options for the future of the airport, but it came down to fix it or forget it. “I&...


Police Report -- October 03, 2002


Sports -- October 03, 2002


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