Articles published Wed, Nov 26, 2008
Letters to the Editor -- November 26, 2008
The Screening Room
High School Musical 3:Senior Year – Rated G ***The youth of America (and the parents they dragged with them) have spoken to the tune of $43 million...
At Beach Basket, the common thread is the yarn
The discounts were gigantic: 70 percent off in the first hour, decreasing 10 percent each hour until noon. About 200 people benefited. “If we had...
Local man recounts experience as prisoner of war
“There were 1,500 of us in the hold of the ship, but when we got to Japan 62 days later there were only 800 left,” said former prisoner of ...
Rockfish illustrate need to understand our watery world
Are rockfish stocks off the coast of Washington state in the same condition as rockfish population hundreds of miles away in California? Probably not, ...
Holiday Harbor Lights festival
Charges against border officials dropped
Misdemeanor charges have been dropped against two Blaine U.S. Customs and Border Protectionofficers following an off-duty brawl at a biker bar earlier ...
Habitat group seeks Blaine support
Whatcom County’s chapter of Habitat For Humanity is seeking support within the Blaine community to advise them on their local efforts.
City council to consider closing skate park again
After mounting problems of vandalism and maintenance issues, the city of Blaine may be forced to close the Blaine Skate Park once again.
School board struggles with project shortfalls
The Blaine school board heard superintendent Ron Spanjer warn of a coming “significant impact by what is happening in the over-all economy,&rdquo...
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