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Letters to the Editor -- September 04, 2008


The drum beats for everyone

Since 9/11, there have been many changes in this country, not the least of which has been severe undercutting of funds desperately needed to protect and...

NW Parks and Recreation district update

The park and recreation district commissioners have been hard at work during the months of July and August. They have been working on the summer programs...

September meetings

Alanon Meetings: Blaine meets Tuesdays at 1 – 2 p.m., Wednesdays 7:30 – 9 p.m.,

Seattle BMX rider takes bronze at Olympics

Seattle pro mountain biker Jill Kintner, niece of The Northern Light reporter and photographer Jack Kintner, won a bronze medal on the tough and competitive...

Autumn chill is reminder to insulate

The occasional chill in the air that tells us autumn is coming is also a reminder that it’s time to begin thinking about preparing your place for...

Blaine school official attends Democratic convention

Blaine school official Deb Cummings, of Ferndale, had dreams of becoming the first female president as a child.


Blaine artist featured in Bellingham show

Peace Arch dedication day Saturday

The U.S./Canada Peace Anniversary Association will welcome the Peace Arch founder Samuel Hill as part of their annual Peace Arch Dedication Days re-enactment...

Blaine school board member Pebble Griffin resigns

Local educator Pebble Griffin, 71, resigned last month after serving on the Blaine school board for 11 years, capping a 37-year career in public education...

Kremen: No cuts requested for sheriff’s office budget

Birch Bay residents worried about possible Whatcom County Sheriff’s office staff cutbacks as a result of a countywide budget crisis can rest assured...


Police Report -- September 04, 2008


Sports -- September 04, 2008


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