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Letters to the Editor -- November 24, 2005

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Growingup instead of out

Gordon Price, a planning professor at University of BritishColumbia and former Vancouver City Council member, sharedhis planning and growth management ...

Disposeof mercury safely

WhatcomCounty residents can safely dispose of old thermometerscontaining poisonous mercury now through December 3 at theBlaine Cost Cutter store as part...

Welcome,says harbormaster

Thewelcome mat’s out at Semiahmoo Marina, says thenew harbormaster, Lou Herrick. “Somehow the idea gotstarted that this is a private marina...

Orcaslisted as endangered

A groupof killer whales that visits Washington state’sPuget Sound every summer has been listed as an endangeredspecies under the federal Endangered...

ThePeace Arch

Part FivePeace Arch ProposalsGovernmental restrictions smothered a 1915 British ColumbiaMunicipal Union proposal. Otherwise, Peace Highway, asit was called...

Timeto buy raffle tickets

TheStafholt Good Samaritan Auxiliary is selling raffle ticketsfor their Christmas Gift Basket.

U.S.bans Canadian bird imports

Federal agricultureofficials banned poultry imports from mainland British Columbia thisweek after Canadian officials reported a duck infected with Avian...

Cityexpected to limit connections

Citycouncil is ready to enact a policy limiting water connectionsoutside Blaine city limits.

BPrefinery calls for increase in oil shipments

If you thought the airport issue was divisive for votersin Blaine, get ready to be at ground zero for the nextseveral years as the oil industry and the...

TotallyChocolate to more than double in size

JeffRobinson brought Totally Chocolate to Blaine in 1993from Los Angeles, moving his five-year-old business toa new 15,000 square foot factory he built...

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Police Report -- November 24, 2005

 

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