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Letters to the Editor -- August 30, 2007


Twofile for Blaine City Council vacancy

Two mentook advantage of a three-day open filing period last weekto run in the November general election for the unexpiredterm of Blaine second ward city...

PSErates rise September 1

State regulators approveda settlement agreement on August 2 that allows PugetSound Energy (PSE) to recover money spent on higher powersupply costs.

Center provides resources for fathers

The Mother Baby Center, a non-profitorganization that provides free and low-cost health services topregnant and postpartum women and their families, is...

Blaine’sAlexander to present at international peace conference

Blaine resident Christina Alexanderwill be one of several delegates for peace invited to speakat the first international conference on peace parks scheduledSeptember...


Birch Bay business owners start communitymarket

BlaineRoad to open within 2 weeks

Driverscan expect a portion of Blaine road between Grandviewand Bay roads currently closed for construction to reopenas early as September 7 – more...

Balloonexplosion near border kills two, injures 11

A 50th birthday present turnedinto tragedy for a Langley, B.C., woman and her daughterin full view of a Blaine neighborhood last Friday eveningwhen a large...

DOTto resume night-time pavement cutting

Residentsalong State Route 543 will once again have to endure24-hour construction noise as loud as a close-up blenderbeginning September 4, state Department...


Police Report -- August 30, 2007


Sports -- August 30, 2007


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