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Letters to the Editor -- July 17, 2003


Project Vote Smart: electoral eyes

With the upcoming elections, voters who are looking for more information on candidates can use the resources of Project Vote Smart (PVS), a non-partisan...

Four students place second at technology conference

Four Blaine high school technology students brought home a second place trophy from the 25th National Technology Student Association Conference in Orlando...

Tomko�s Bones in business for 14 years

Walking through pet stores, you have probably passed by or even purchased Tomko�s Real Bonesproducts, but what you might not know is that Tomko�s is a ...

News In Brief

Discovery Days: Free parking, roads closedThere will be free parking at Birch Bay State Park, in conjunction with Birch Bay Discovery Days, on Saturday...

CWAC begins plant plans

The Blaine citizens� wastewater advisory committee (CWAC), which is comprised of 10 members of different backgrounds and appointed by city council, initiated...

More than $2,000 raised for Blaine skate park

The Blaine skate park is a tad closer to being built. The Blaine Extreme Sports Club and supporters of the skate park raised $2,150 after holding a two-day...

Birch Bay water sewer district lauded by DOE

Birch Bay Water and Sewer District was recognized last week by the Department of Ecology for operating an outstanding water treatment plant.

County points out traffic issues, future plans

Claudia Hollod has been working for more than 20 years to get better roadways in Birch Bay. Now, with some of Birch Bay�s biggest problem areas on Whatcom...


Police Report -- July 17, 2003


Sports -- July 17, 2003


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