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Letters to the Editor -- December 07, 2006

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Blainetwins growing strong six months later

Twin girls born prematurely to a Blaine couple lastsummer were given a helping hand by St. Joseph Hospitaland in gratitude the young family has started...

Borderitesclip Birds 71-63

Nate Tewalt and Mike Pianki combinedfor 41 points as the B’s took the measure of a youngbut aggressive Ferndale team 71-63 in overtime at Blaine&...

You,too can host exchange students

NW Services, a non-profit and CSIET-approved program,is seeking caring families in the area to host high schoolstudents from Mongolia, Germany, Colombia...

Studyexamines water quality

The Puget Sound Restoration Fund is partneringwith Whatcom County Public Works and the Trillium Corporationto conduct a microbial source tracking study...

Briefs...

Feeincrease shifts cost to new residents

Water and sewer connection fees for new homes in BirchBay are scheduled to increase slightly beginning January1 to compensate for the increase in demand...

Propertyvalues nearly double for Blaine and Birch Bay

“It was a shocker,” said Semiahmoo propertyowner John Bennitt.Bennitt said when he looked at his 2006 tax assessmentsent out at the end of ...

Planningcommissioner leaves for Iraq

After10 years in Blaine and nearly four years on the Blaineplanning commission, David Baily, 50, will be joiningthe U.S. Army – again.

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Police Report -- December 07, 2006

 

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