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Letters to the Editor -- May 29, 2003

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Mother-son team open Birch Bay office

Terry Lehman and Josh Lehman, a mother-son team, recently opened the Muljat Group at the Bay real estate office in Birch Bay.

Tom�s Bamboo: Growing advice mixed with a wholesome story

As I enter the garden, down a winding path of coppery mulch, masses of pale violas and budding rhododendrons wind through the tall, whispery bamboo forest...

Remembering Trav Skallman

Trav Skallman started working for the city of Blaine over 50 years ago. He knew the city parks as well as anyone, from a historic point of view - he helped...

New bed and breakfast touts comfort, quiet and some smuggling stories

It�s comfortable and quiet, and offers a unique glimpse into cross-border smuggling. Welcome to Smuggler�s Inn, the newest bed and breakfast in Blaine....

On the water

Local fishing has come to a stop in most instances, with a few draggers still fishing in Puget Sound waters. The Alaska Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska boats...

News in Brief

Habitat for Humanity home to be builtThe first ever Habitat for Humanity project in the Blaine-Birch Bay area will get started on Saturday, May 31. There...

All aboard: Plover season under way

The Plover ferry season officially started last weekend, complete with new crew members, the presentation of a handmade rug and a small rescue mission....

Upper Skagit Tribe buys into resort

In early March, the Trillium Corporation, owners of Semiahmoo Resort, announced it had entered into a consulting agreement with the Upper Skagit tribe ...

Seagrass Cottage project put on hold

The Seagrass Cottage project, a 62-unit residential condominium development to be built on Semiahmoo spit by Trillium Corporation has been put on hold....

police

Police Report -- May 29, 2003

sports

Sports -- May 29, 2003

 

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