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Letters to the Editor -- July 17, 2008


Escape Day Spa moves to Birch Bay’s Sandcastle Resort

It was that desire that helped her break in to the spa industry in 1986, first working independently in Vancouver and then opening a small business on ...

Blueberry pie recipe is an ode to moms everywhere

Does baking scare you as much as it scares me?

Drayton Harbor oyster farm suspends planting

The Drayton Harbor Community Oyster Farm will suspend operations after its fall harvest, according to coordinator Geoff Menzies.

Council appoints new planning commissioner

In a unanimous decision Monday, Blaine City Council voted to approve the appointment of Timothy Ventura to the vacancy on the city’s planning commission...


Jolly Green Giant performs in Custer

GSA to begin border traffic detours

Travelers who plan on crossing the U.S./Canadian border at the Peace Arch port of entry can expect detours and delays from now until construction of a ...

Life here is good, but what if there are bears?

A three to four-year-old mature male black bear was shot and killed last Saturday night by a state game warden just east of I-5 near the Loomis Trail overpass...

Birch Bay Discovery Days this weekend

What began in the ’70s as the Dinghy Derby Race and parade, put on by Todd Gritch, Betty Godeck and the Royal Order of The Birch Bay Beach Bums, ...


Police Report -- July 17, 2008


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