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Letters to the Editor -- November 21, 2002

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Watch your car, ‘cause someone else might be too

Since November 11, almost a dozen Blaine residents have had items stolen from their cars. Most of the vehicle prowls and thefts have been reported in the...

Eleven-year-old artist advances

Myriah Collins, a fifth grade student at Blaine elementary school has taken the first step to becoming an internationally-recognized artist, winning a ...

School snow ride program heading to the big hill

The Blaine school district Ski/Snowboard program, now called the BSD Winter Ride Program is looking forward to a great 2003 winter season. The district...

Needy seniors can get ticket to ride

Miracle on Wheels makes available power (electric) wheelchairs to non-ambulatory senior citizens (65 years old and up) usually at no out-of-pocket expense...

Wheels available for stuck seniors

Miracle on Wheels makes available power (electric) wheelchairs to non-ambulatory senior citizens (65 years old and up) usually at no out-of-pocket expense...

Move it or lose it, BNSF tells city

Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad is willing to give Blaine the old rail depot, if the city is willing to move it.“I told her I was really disappointed...

Campbell back on the job, sort of

North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Services (NWFRS) chief Mike Campbell is returning to some of his duties as commissioners struggle to take care of business...

Food bank offers help on holidays and every day

Six hunred families are signed up with the Blaine food bank. Every Tuesday between 200 and 250 of them come for a bag of groceries to get them through ...

City wins grant for Marine Drive reconstruction

At a ribbon-cutting celebrating the completion of Sixth Street improvements, state transportation improvement board (TIB) executive director Steve Gorcester...

police

Police Report -- November 21, 2002

sports

Sports -- November 21, 2002

 

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