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Letters to the Editor -- August 28, 2008


Drug manufacturer could bring 200 jobs

Plans for a new pharmaceutical manufacturing facility on Odell Road could bring as many as 150 to 200 jobs to Blaine.

Young at Heart

What a wonderful and fully active summer was had at the Blaine Senior/ activity community Center. There were indoor and outdoor activities aplenty, such...

September is ovarian cancer awareness month

September is national ovarian cancer awareness month. Pete Kremen, Whatcom County executive, has also issued a proclamation designating September as ovarian...

Wild mushroom foraging is wet and weird Washington pastime

It may not yet be the season for hunting delicious wild chanterelles or shaggy manes, but members of the Northwest Mushroomers Association are gearing ...

New Blaine teachers welcomed

Blaine school district will welcome seven new teachers this year. They are: Bevin Graham, fifth grade; Louise Webb, speech and language; Clete Smith, ninth...

Dakota Creek winery art show a success

Last weekend’s Art at the Winery fair at the Dakota Creek Winery on Haynie Road exceeded all expectations, according to winery owner and show czar...


Blaine painter offers free home makeover

Ericksen schedules Blaine meeting

State representative Doug Ericksen (R-District 42) has scheduled a town hall-style meeting for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, August 28, at the Blaine Marine Park...

Blaine’s WASL test results show upward trend

Last year’s math emphasis in the Blaine school district seems to have paid off in higher scores on the Washington Assessment of Student Learning ...

Peace Portal business park site plan approved

The city of Blaine is one step closer to having another business park, following a decision by Blaine City Council Monday.


Police Report -- August 28, 2008


Sports -- August 28, 2008


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