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Letters to the Editor -- May 12, 2005

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Waitingfor the big one to drop?

WhenScott Malis and his fianceé Colleen Sullivanfirst read about Donna Snyder’s house at 617 B Streetin Blaine in a real estate flyer, they...

Blainemarina now full with Semiahmoo not far behind

ThePort of Bellingham finished an extensive three-year renovationof Blaine’s marina in the fall of 2001.Now, less than four years later, the moorage...

SemiahmooYacht Club closes in on 25th anniversary

Inthe fall of 1981 Brian Bignell worked his way along thefloats at the brand new and nearly empty Semiahmoo Marina,knocking on cabin tops and leaving flyers...

Gardening

Growingplants in pots and window boxes is one of the most satisfyingways to garden. Cultivation is simplified and it is easierto maintain displays that...

MistyRiver inspires country and western fans

Inthe western world, musical periods used to have names.Seventeenth century music was called baroque, 18th centurymusic was called classic, 19th century...

Statereopens harbor to oyster harvest

TheWashington State Department of Health (DOH) reopenedDrayton Harbor to shellfish harvesting last week whentests on water and oyster tissue samples both...

Aroundthe city...

NewWell

Grasswasn’t the only dope they found

Ina story worthy of a TV cop show, a Canadian Border Servicesagent in effect arrested himself for smuggling last weekwhen his van was randomly selected...

Councilagrees to jumpstart boardwalk construction

Blaine city council has authorized city manager Gary Tomsicto negotiate with Carletti Architects to revise the constructiondocuments on the Peace Portal...

BBWSDincreases connection fees for time shares

Ina two-hour special meeting last week the three BirchBay Water and Sewer District (BBWSD) commission memberspassed a resolution doubling the cost of hooking...

police

Police Report -- May 12, 2005

sports

Sports -- May 12, 2005

 

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