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Letters to the Editor -- November 10, 2005


TerrellCreek salmon recovery efforts bearing fruit

Inthe past year, our Birch Bay community has made significantstrides in our efforts to restore Terrell Creek as aviable salmon habitat. The success is ...

AMusical Salute to America’s Veterans to be presented

TheMt. Baker Theatre will ring with a musical tribute toVeteran’s Day weekend this Saturday evening asthe Ron Davenport Chapter 169 of the Vietnam...

Romans!Countrymen! Fellow students!

After hearing enough speeches to satisfy Cicero, Mike Gramboled his fellow Roman citizens out of the gymnasium, pastthe Coliseum and down the Apian Way...

Filmedin Blaine, Midnight Money debuts Friday

“MidnightMoney,” afeature film shot in Blaine last November by Blaine nativesChristopher Onyon and Magnus Gervol, has its first publicshowing...

Onthe Waterfront

Thecombination of fall winds and few crab have been keepingfishermen in port more than they would like to be. Crab fishingis finished for most of those...

Andnow for something completely different

DeveloperJoel Douglas is promoting a system he thinks will let Blainebusinesses benefit from lines at the border.

Developerhitting rough patch

Forthe second time this year, Bellingham developer JoelDouglas has had a major project shut down by the cityof Blaine. Last June, his Palisades project...

OpportunityCouncil offers help to those facing expensive winterheating bills

TheOpportunity Council’s EnergyAssistance program gave 150 heating assistance grantsto low-income residents Saturday, November 5, as partof the Low...

YoungAt Heart

Ithas been exciting days at the Blaine Senior/CommunityCenter. We now have our brand new manager, Cam Oliver.Cam was born in 1960 and raised in Seattle...

Helpfight domestic violence

Blainemayor John Liebert is one of several Whatcom County mayorsworking to help prevent domestic violence this month.

WECU branchopens this month

WhatcomEducational Credit Union (WECU) is having a grand openingof the new Blaine branch November 29. The celebrationwill begin with a branch opening party...

Notedplanner to present vision

Theman who told Vancouver to grow up, not out, will paya visit to Blaine next week

Somefederal bucks on their way?

The local law enforcementcommunity is applauding another effort by the Washington congressionaldelegation to get federal funds to deal with border-related...

Trilliumappeals Seagrass decision

TheTrillium Corporation is appealing Blaine City Council’sOctober 24 decision against the 22-acre Seagrass condominiumproject to Whatcom County Superior...

Airportinitiative garners decisive victory

Asof 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 8, the Whatcom Countyauditor’s office had counted 25,172ballots but the results are not official until November29...

$40million budget up for discussion

Blaine’s$40 million budget will be up for public scrutiny nextweek.At a budget public hearing scheduled for November 14city finance director Meredith...


Police Report -- November 10, 2005


Sports -- November 10, 2005


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