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Letters to the Editor June 25 - July 1, 2009

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DOT pushes ahead for Peace Portal roundabouts

Plans for a $13 million roundabout project are moving ahead at full speed, according to officials speaking at Blaine City Council.

Bomb scare causes border delays

An unidentified briefcase found in the NEXUS enrollment center led Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials to close the American side of the Pacific Highway border crossing Wednesday around 4 p.m.

Briefs

Border bust reveals nearly 70 pounds of marijuana • Pastime hosts Blaine reunion • New Edge Hair Design hosts “cut-a-thon” to help food bank • Birch Bay Meditation Center hosts nature art festival • Blaine Chamber Choir raises money for Carnegie Hall trip • Blaine high school earns top spot in Newsweek Magazine

Local man recognized by Society of Nuclear Medicine

Blaine’s Dhanani drafted by Brewers

Kyle Dhanani, a 2005 graduate of Blaine high school, was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers of the American League last week. Dhanani, 21, has been a student at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, B.C., where he played shortstop for the WolfPack.

Loomis Hall to provide venue for local artists, events

Sneak peek! Loomis Hall is creating a new artists’ space and you’re invited.

City celebrates new park City celebrates new park improvements

Visitors to Semiahmoo Park will now have continuous use of sidewalks on the east side of the parkway and improved public safety.

 

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