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Articles published Wed, Feb 3, 2010

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Letters to the Editor - February 4 - 11, 2010


Activist disputes Semiahmoo West project

Blaine residents could see a number of new homes constructed in Semiahmoo during the next several years but just how many will depend on the legal interpretation between state and county law.

Ken Imus unveils plans for multi-use development

Work is now underway on the Blaine Bank Building on Peace Portal Drive and owner and developer Ken Imus is a happy man. “We’re kind of excited, we’ll start building and we’ll see what happens,” he said. “I’m 83 years old,” he added, “I have to hurry.”

Olympic torch stops at Peace Arch

Blaine residents can join in on the Olympic spirit next week when the 2010 Olympic torch relay crosses through Peace Arch State Park.

PAA hosts Valentine’s performance

Those looking for something special to do this Valentine’s Day may want to check out the Pacific Arts Association’s (PAA) special event next Saturday.

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Annual Bite of Blaine February 15 at Semiahmoo

Blaine and Birch Bay restaurants are gearing up for Blaine Chamber of Commerce’s 10th annual Bite of Blaine set for Monday, February 15 at Semiahmoo Resort.

Community cookbook sales to help senior center

The Blaine Community Senior Center has recently published a 260-page cookbook, “Blaine’s Timeless Recipes,” which commemorates the 120th Anniversary of the Incorporation of the City of Blaine (1890-2010).

Young At Heart

Find out what is happening at the Blaine Senior Center

Northwest Washington high school math championships

Retirement Lifestyles - Local Tai Chi classes offer gentle workout for seniors

When Guo Cheng first took Tai Chi classes in high school in her native country of China, the teacher told her she had a knack for the exercise. But a young Cheng, athletic and energetic, thought the practice was too slow and instead pursued more vigorous sports like running and bicycling.

WWU talk focuses on significance of Olympic games

Ralph Vernacchia, director of the Center for Performance Excellence at Western Washington University and a professor in the Department of Physical Education, Health and Recreation, will speak about the legacy of the Olympic Games at 7 p.m. Tuesday, February 9, in Arntzen Hall Room 100 on the WWU campus.

14th annual Arts & Jazz auction

See slidehow from a spectacular evening


Borderite Boys blow past Bellingham in 1st conference win


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