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Letters to the Editor -- October 27, 2005


Stephani’sBy the Bay remains open despite rumors

Despiterumors of closure Stephani’s By the Bayrestaurant in Birch Bay will remain open – at leastuntil 2007.

Drugsmugglers busted at border

While inspecting a shipment of doors bound for Californialast week, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officersdiscovered 415 pounds of B.C. bud marijuana...

Deputiesbust up burglary gang

Sheriffdeputies raided a house on the outskirts of Blaine andbroke up a burglary ring that has been preying on constructionsites and new homes.

Localyouths heading off to Tanzania

Dr.Steve Friberg, a missionary doctor among the Masai tribesin northern Tanzania, has invited five Blaine high schoolstudents to help him with a building...

Nelson’svoter registration questioned

CarynJohnson, a member of the Revitalize Blaine Now group,has challenged Blaine native and one-time airport managerDon Nelson’s right to vote in ...

Bungerfound not guilty

Following a nearlytwo-week long trial in Whatcom County Superior Court, a jury foundJason D. Bunger not guilty last Thursday in the death of a 20-monthold...

Conflictof interest alleged by some

SomeBlaine citizens are speculating as to whether three councilmembers have acted on a conflict of interest.

Studentarrested for writing threatening letter

Thecity of Blaine made headlines across the nation and worldwidethis week as a 15-year-old Blaine high school studentwas arrested Wednesday on suspicion...

Citycouncil nixes Seagrass cottages project

“No surprises tonight,” said Trillium projectmanager Pam Andrews after city council voted quickly andunanimously to deny the developer&rsquo...


Police Report -- October 27, 2005


Sports -- October 27, 2005


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