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Letters to the Editor -- June 24, 2004


Lookoutfor seals, legal advice

NationalMarine Fisheries Service is asking for your help in locatingan injured or dead adult harbor seal in the vicinityof Point Roberts, Semiahmoo, or...

Clamsurvey finds plenty of clams in the sand

by Jack Kintner

Oysterfestival a big hit

Organizers estimate several hundred people visited theJune 19 Drayton Harbor Shellfish Protection District openhouse last weekend, eating 90 dozen oysters...

IcelandicHeritage Day

Youare invited for coffee and dessert!

Newsin Brief

Girl’skiller sentencedThurston County Superior Court judge Richard Strophy sentencedthe killer of Blaine teenager Ashley Parks to more than25 years...

BirchBay man survives two shotgun blasts

Brett Eddy, 44, was shot twice from behind at close rangewith a 16-gauge shotgun, allegedly fired by a one-timecustomer of his, Russ Alton, Jr., 45. Both...

Cleverdesign masks true function

Blaineofficials are designing a cleverly disguised new sewerplant for the city, even calling it a “waterreclamation facility” in an effort ...

Schooldistrict anticipates tough budget battles ahead

Thestate-required public review of the school board’sbudget will be one of two major items on the agenda attheir regular meeting next Monday night...

County pushescommunity plan back to July

Theplanning and development committee of the Whatcom CountyCouncil delayed sending the Birch Bay Community Planon to the full council for a public hearing...


Police Report -- June 24, 2004


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