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Letters to the Editor -- May 01, 2008

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Emergency response exercise planned May 6

Tuesday’s scheduled onslaught of military and emergency vehicles along major roadways may look like an invading force but county officials say residents...

Public health meetings cover range of topics

Birch Bay and Blaine area residents can shape public health policies and programs to make Whatcom County a healthier place. An opportunity to offer input...

Rain gardens a sound solution to pollution

WSU Master Gardeners, in conjunction with the Watershed Master/Beach Watcher volunteers, have a new project on their shovels – rain gardens.

Briefs

Blaine community garden plots still available

World-class tenor singing Saturday at PAC

Just two weeks after performing for former British Prime Minister Tony Blair at Dublin Castle, Irish tenor Anthony Kearns will perform in the Blaine School...

Blaine woman killed in Lynden crash

A Blaine woman was killed and two others injured Tuesday following a two-car accident on Badger Road.

Shark attack victim had Birch Bay home

Dave Martin, a San Diego area veterinarian and part-time Birch Bay resident, was killed last week by a Great White Shark off the coast of California while...

City approves airport rezone 4-0

The city of Blaine is one step closer to seeing its municipal airport redeveloped with a potential mix of commercial and industrial uses.

School board to revisit budget cuts on May 8

The Blaine school district board of directors will hold a special meeting May 8 to further discuss possible program reductions in the upcoming school year...

Greenough to fill council’s ward 3 position

A Blaine planning commissioner is set to fill the ward 3 position on Blaine City Council, following a 4-1 decision.

police

Police Report -- May 01, 2008

sports

Sports -- May 01, 2008

 

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