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Letters to the Editor -- July 13, 2006

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BirchBay man fulfills dream

When he is not working as a groundskeeper at the BirchBay Village golf course, Steve Brand spends spare hoursentertaining men and women incarcerated in...

Supportyour local vendors instead

An out-of-state company has beencalling local merchants promoting ads in a sports calendarfor Blaine that has no connection with Blaine high schoolor the...

YoungAt Heart

Thereare activities aplenty in July. There will be a farmtour on Friday, July 21. The center’s van willbe leaving for local farms and produce stands...

In-houseorthotics helps cut cost for patients

Blainephysical therapist Alan Finston moved his practice fromH Street to his new location at 250 G Street two yearsago, and one of the things that provided...

BirchBay farmer’s market growing strong

It was only last May when T-ShirtShop owners Terry and Sharon Smith opened their farmer’smarket on 10 acres at 3591 Birch Bay-Lynden Road.

CShop celebrates 35 years in business

Justin McLeod’sfondest memories of Birch Bay began more than 20 yearsago when he and his sister would ride their bikes fromBirch Bay State Park to...

Newsuperintendent reflects on small town teaching

RonSpanjer, Blaine’s new superintendent of schools,likes small towns.

Jazzfestival saves best for last

As if savingthe best for last, the five remaining concerts in Blaine’sJazz Festival week promise to serve up some of the best jazz availableanywhere...

DiscoveryDays set for this weekend

Organizersof the Birch Bay Discovery Days and annual arts and craftsfestival said spectators at this year’sevent can anticipate Captain George Vancouver...

BirchBay water district urges voluntary conservation

BirchBay Water and Sewer District (BBWSD) officials are askingresidents of Birch Bay to cut back on their water usagethis summer.Roger Brown, BBWSD general...

Councilgrudgingly approves Seagrass project

BlaineCity Council has approved the Seagrass II developmentfor Semiahmoo spit by the same 4 – 3 split thatthe planning commission recommended denying...

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Police Report -- July 13, 2006

 

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