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Letters to the Editor -- May 06, 2004


Talentedresidents strut their stuff

Talentedmembers of the Blaine and Birch Bay communities cameout to perform at the Ninth Annual Community Talent showon May 1 at the Performing Arts Center...

Pickingthe perfect trees for your woodland garden

It’sMay, but it feels almost like the middle of July withthese unusual high temperatures that we’vebeen enjoying here in the Northwest. It ...

Onits way!

Jackand Sharon Dawson will head north later this month totheir second home in Ketchikan on the Georgia Lee, theirnew 70-foot 250 ton bright blue steel ...

Schoolbus clean; third juvenile arrested in pot smuggling case

Another16-year-old has been arrested in connection with potsmuggling on the Blaine school bus and county prosecutorTom Verge implied that he may not be...

$3.3million worth of drugs seized

U.S.Customs and Border Protection (CDP) officers and BorderPatrol agents made three significant drug seizures duringthe past week at the Blaine port of...

Citygetting ready for cleanup

This Saturday, residents of Blaine will be pitching into beautify and clean up the city. This year’s eventincludes three projects, one involving ...

Smoothstreets in store for east Blaine

Getready for the big machines - the city has plans to laydown lots of asphalt this summer, mostly in east Blaine.

Marsscheduled for destruction

TheF/V Mars that sunk at its moorings in Blaine Harbor twoweeks ago will be taken out at Westman Marine next Wednesdayor Thursday for demolition, according...

Fishersremembered in ceremony

The30th annual Blessing of the Fleet was held on the sawtoothdock in Blaine’s commercial marina lastSunday, a day when Blaine’s little piece...

Councilconsiders road plans

Membersof the city council and city government looked into theircrystal ball at the last work session, hoping to seewhat future projects lie ahead for ...


Police Report -- May 06, 2004


Sports -- May 06, 2004


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