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Letters to the Editor -- August 11, 2005

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Soundsof the Harbor musical festival this Saturday

Allyou need to attend the Sounds of the Harbor music festivalthis Saturday is a bag of groceries – andmaybe some cash to purchase a raffle ticket...

Fairhavendeveloper buys in Blaine

Bellinghamnative Ken Imus purchased the former Red Apple Grocerybuilding at 638 Peace Portal Drive last month from DillonSchickli of Blaine. The building...

Clubhauls in the cash

The Blaine Boys and Girls Club Bids for Kids dinner andauction raised more than expected this year, almost triplingtheir initial goal of $26,000.Nicole...

Sculpturefundraising continues

Plansfor The Vigil, a new sculpture on Blaine’s boardwalkby Dirty Dan Harris sculptor Bob McDermott, are underway,but funding is still an issue, ...

Newcoffee shop open for business

Blaineresidents have another espresso drive thru to choosefrom. The Pit Stop Coffee Company opened July 24 at 458Peace Portal Drive just across from Seaside...

Blainewindow coverings business has new office

ReginaBailey, co-owner of All About Covering Windows, has donea lot of things.

NewKira’s Grill owner cooks with southern flair

by Tara Nelson

Grouppushes historic preservation for downtown

Aproposal to enhance the historic flavor of downtown Blaineis being developed alongside the city’scomprehensive plan revisions.

Newadministrator appointed

WayneWeinschenk began work as the administrator of Blaine’sStafholt Good Samaritan Center July 20, and so far sayshe’s been pleasantly surprised...

AlternativeHumane Society seeks to save lives of strays

The first thingthat Sue Atchison of Blaine wants you to know about the AlternativeHumane Society (AHS) of Whatcom County is that she needs help housingstray...

Councilapproves 62-lot subdivision

AtMonday’s council meeting, BlaineCity Council approved the Inverness development, a 62-lotresidential subdivision on Semiahmoo Parkway, after existingSemiahmoo...

Governmentintroduces new border tracking system

Testinga system that identifies foreign visitors electronicallybegan at both Blaine border crossings last week, but officialssay that even seasoned travelers...

BirchBay Water Slides sold to developer

HomesteadNorthwest Development Company has agreed to purchase theBirch Bay Water Slides, according to Homestead’soperations manager Lisa Guthrie,...

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Police Report -- August 11, 2005

 

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