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Letters to the Editor -- September 28, 2006


Classoffers training in sustainable farming

How do smaller farms identifyand use the advantages of their size? This isa key question in a semester-long course offered this fallin...

Congressmulls different border bills

Thefinal version of the new homeland security spending bill,due to be voted on before Congress ends its regular sessionthis week, includes a reprieve for...


Classes teach how to garden by the bayThe Shore Stewards, a volunteer group led by WashingtonState University’s Beach Watchers program, will hosta...


Shrubs and trees

Trilliumunveils plans for Point Whitehorn

The Trillium Corporation unveiledplans last Monday for Alden Reach, a major developmentproject to be located on a thousand-plus acre waterfronttract south...

Aroundthe City

Waterpressure improvementsResidents living betweenthe watershed and Sweet Road who experience low waterpressure are scheduled to receive improvements, ...

Growth,infrastructure, are top concerns for Blaine citizens

Managing growthand maintaining infrastructure are top concerns of Blaine residents,according to a series of informal meetings that polled individualsabout...

Councilto vote on airport October 9

BlaineCity Council will vote October 9 on the fate of the city’smunicipal airport, deciding whether to sell the 42 acresof industrial-zoned property...

Borderincident illustrates Canadian arms dilemma

At9 p.m. on Sunday night surprised travelers headed forthe Canadian border were confronted with “roadclosed” signs just north of Ferndale. ...

Firedistrict: No guaranteed service to new homes

TheWhatcom County Fire District 13 board of commissionerslast week ordered their staff to no longer guarantee theirability to serve new construction projects...


Sports -- September 28, 2006


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