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Letters to the Editor -- October 17, 2002


Santa coming through town

Saturday 100 Harley Davidson motorcycles will roar through downtown Blaine led by Santa Claus and hauling a load of toys. “They’re so important...

Red tide closures

Whatcom County health authorities have closed all beaches in the county to shellfish harvesting after the state department of health found high levels ...

Custer: A century of local pride and learning

About a decade after A.W. Custer opened a post office in his home and planted the seeds that grew into the town of Custer, Nellie Newkirk started the town...

Election 2002: The state Senate

We asked the four candidates for state Senate to answer a few questions. Here’s what they had to say.

Fire chief arrested for child rape

North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) chief Mike Campbell was arrested on October 8 on suspicion he raped a young girl .“He was contacted...

Duck blind party

In coordination with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), the NW Chapter of the Washington Waterfowl Association ( sponsored...

Nature’s Path gets tax-free expansion

Blaine city council voted unanimously to endorse state-issued tax-free bonds to finance an expansion of the Nature’s Path cereal factory on Sweet ...

Council members make uneasy peace with referenda

Of the five initiatives and referenda that will be before Washington voters in the November election, three were on the October 14 city council agenda....

Two meth labs busted in Birch Bay, Custer

Last Tuesday the windows blew out of a Birch Bay home, but there was no fire when fire crews arrived. What they found was the remnants of what appeared...


Police Report -- October 17, 2002


Sports -- October 17, 2002


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