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Letters to the Editor -- January 11, 2007

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AroundBirch Bay

The former Dakota Creek Tavern on Blaine Road got religionlast weekend as Pastor Lee Connors and his wife RosemaryReuss-Connors hosted the first Sunday...

Blaine,Birch Bay offer a variety of fitness options

Everyday Fitness Everyday Fitness opened its second Whatcom County locationin the Blaine International Mall last April. The gym offerscardiovascular, resistance...

Concertto benefit the Friendly Visitors program

GraceLutheran Church will host a benefit concert Sunday afternoon,January 14, to benefit the Friendly Visitors program ofthe county-wide Interfaith Coalition...

BirchBay counselor opens private practice

For someone whose stock in trade lies in helpingpeople deal with crisis situations, Birch Bay counselorLeola Adams comes across as a warm, positive and...

BlaineSchool District

It has been an exciting andeventful year for the Blaine school district. Our students continue to demonstrate a high level of academicachievement, performing...

Youngat heart

Here we are in a brand newyear. Last year was very good, and we are looking forwardto the new year to be even better with pleasant activitiesand new friends...

Aroundthe Bay

NorthWhatcom Fire & Rescue

2006 hasbeen a very busy, productive and exciting year for North Whatcom Fireand Rescue (NWFR) formerly known as North Whatcom Fire and Rescue Service....

Cityapproves GSA vacation agreement

Thecity is moving forward on a preliminary agreement withthe U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) to vacatea section of residential neighborhood ...

Semiahmooresidents receive expanded police patrols

After nearly two years of back-and-forth negotiationsbetween the city of Blaine and the residents of Blaine’sSemiahmoo neighborhood, city police ...

Border,fire protection top issues in 2006

July• Residents of Semiahmoo ask Blaine City Councilfor a building moratorium, charging that the city hadturned a “blind eye” to infrastructure...

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Police Report -- January 11, 2007

 

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