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Letters to the Editor -- March 30, 2006

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Fatof the Land

BlaineCommunity Theater’s entertainingproduction of the wry but sizzling comedy the Fat ofthe Land by Pat Cook opens Friday night March 31 forsix...

Timeto rev up the garden activities

Nowthat spring is in bloom there is no time to sip tea bythe fireplace, it is time to get out in the garden andwork, work, work. There are beds to dig,...

Whispermakes a quiet debut in Birch Bay

Marinecolors and crisp citrus scents were the dominant themesEllen Shea had in mind when she designed Whisper on theBay, her long-awaited day spa on Birch...

‘Dirtybomb’ materials transported through Peace Arch

TheGovernment Accountability Office (GAO) announced Tuesdaythat undercover investigators were able to transport enoughradioactive material through the ...

Inbrief...

WitnesseswantedThe Washington State Patrol (WSP) is looking for anyone who may havewitnessed the February 28 crash on Interstate 5 that killed Blaineresidents...

Sewerplant costs gives council pause

BlaineCity Council members were looking a little numb at theend of a work session with a sobering bottom line: fora new sewer plant to go ahead, even a...

US-VISITprogram raises cross border qualms

Concernsabout more layers of requirements at the nation’sborders sound very similar whether you’re in Arizonaor Washington.“One of our...

Boardinvites public participation in hiring

Goingon past tradition, the Blaine school district board ofdirectors is actively seeking public input as they seekto replace school superintendent Dr. ...

police

Police Report -- March 30, 2006

sports

Sports -- March 30, 2006

 

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