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Letters to the Editor -- May 05, 2005

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Howwould you like to spend the next 90 minutes?

StartingMonday, May 9, women in town have another excuse forpampering themselves. That’sbecause another massage therapist has decided to openup shop...

DraytonHarbor Maritime to offer sailing instruction

DraytonHarbor Maritime board member Ron Snyder recently announcedthat a six-boat fleet of sailing dinghies for use in ayouth sailing program will be coming...

Gardening

Iam just dying for some homegrown vegetables this year.The taste of warm veggies picked and cooked immediatelyfrom the garden has just got to be one of...

Citybriefs...

Blaine public works staff has started the process of rebiddingboardwalk construction following council direction to getthe project rolling even if legal...

Dancerto perform at library

Flamencodancer Sophie Dominik Echeverria will share her energetictalent expressed in a centuries-old dance form Fridaynight at the Blaine library, 610 ...

Glassact gets underway on Saturday

Elevenglass artists from the region, many of them from Blaine,will have a showing of their work at the Bellingham CruiseTerminal in Fairhaven beginning...

Shellfishharvest resumes after spill

Shellfish harvesting in Drayton Harbor started up againthis week after a manure spill in the California Creekdrainage basin closed harvesting and even ...

Ifyou build part of it, they will still come

Ifyou build it, so the saying goes, they will come. WithBlaine’s new skate park, however, they’ve beenshowing up by the dozens before it&rsquo...

Trustfor Public Land opts out of spit purchase

Sayingthat they did not find a “willing seller” inTrillium Corporation, the Trust for Public Land (TPL) hasbacked out of negotiations to purchase...

police

Police Report -- May 05, 2005

sports

Sports -- May 05, 2005

 

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