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Articles published Thu, May 13, 2010

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Letters to the Editor - May 13 - 19, 2010


Jazz festival funding, enrollment starts now

County council OKs Lincoln Road widening

City nixes train depot relocation

SPORTS: Olason leads Borderites to promised land

Blaine’s Sean Allen runs to first base last week. The Borderites will now head to state.

Coming Up!

An abundance of art and Armed Forces Day.

New skate park on its way to Blaine

Retirement Lifestyles: Joint replacement helps county man “live again”

Ross Boice, of Everson, coached high school sports, was a professional football player, avid golfer and active grandpa. But when knee pain from osteoarthritis sidelined him, it made it impossible for Boice to participate in most of the activities that he enjoyed.

Retirement Lifestyles: WWU offers classes for mature adults

Retirement Lifestyles: Senior center offers writing classes

Kay Dee Powell, a retired teacher from California, has been facilitating a creative writing class at the Blaine senior center for the past six years.


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Trueblood rises to the occasion as Blaine stuns Sehome

Kyle Olason is the undisputed star of the Blaine baseball team.

Borderite boys track finishes season with 10-0

Blaine’s boys completed a perfect regular season in track and field beating both Sehome and Sedro-Woolley at Civic Field May 5.

Borderites withstand late rally, beat Pioneers

Caitlin Dudley carried a 3-0 lead through six and two thirds innings as Blaine’s softball team was tuning up for the districts against lightly regarded Nooksack Valley.

Olason leads Borderites to promised land

Fresh off their stunning victory over Northwest conference leader Sehome, Blaine faced an Anacortes team they had swept this season for a ticket into the 2A state baseball tournament.

Borderite girls lose second meet, beat Sedro-Woolley

Again, Blaine track coach shook up the line-up in preparation for the district and state tournaments as the Borderites lost only their second dual meet to Sehome 88-59.


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