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Letters to the Editor -- October 12, 2006

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Peace Arch monument featuredin national publication

Historicalbuilding open on Oct. 19

The School of Industries-Department of Public Welfarebuilding is 100 years old this year. Current owner, HorstBansner, Big Red School House LLC, wishes...

Blaineservice station changes name, business strategy

Joeand Sue Khoury, local owners and operators of Crazy Dazy’sservice station and convenience store for the past fouryears, recently became Texaco...

Health& Wellness

Local spas offer body detoxificationservices

Century21 hires new agents

Century 21 Bay Properties ispleased to announce a host of new agents who have joinedits firm as sales associates.

BlaineConservatory open for dancing, lessons

Thearts scene in Blaine has taken a grand jeté,or leap forward with the opening of the Blaine Conservatory,a dance studio in an extensively remodeled...

Aroundthe City

Quietzones

Trilliumscheduled to open Blaine office

TheTrillium corporation has announced plans to open an officein Blaine.

Councilvotes 4-3 to keep airport, adopt master plan

Afternearly a year of debate, Blaine City Council narrowlyvoted to keep the Blaine Municipal Airport, halting plansto the 42 acres of prime industrial-zoned...

Vigilceremony scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 14

Inunveiling a bronze sculpture that is already being calledthe centerpiece of downtown Blaine, a combination ofcity officials and directors from the sponsoring...

police

Police Report -- October 12, 2006

sports

Sports -- October 12, 2006

 

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