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Letters to the Editor - December 2-8, 2010


Center offers a winter wilderness escape

Those looking for a cure for cabin fever this winter need to look no further than their own backyard wilderness.

Man escapes abduction attempt near Birch Bay

A man was able to escape from would-be kidnappers last weekend by fleeing from their car at a gas station near Birch Bay Square.

Viva Pharmaceuticals gears up for construction

A large Canadian pharmaceutical company is gearing up for the construction of a planned $40 million manufacturing facility in Blaine.


A male Oregon Junco perches outside the home of Semiahmoo resident David Riffle.

Wineries celebrate season with events

Those who would like to sample local cheese, chocolate and wine will want to check out a collaborative holiday open house featuring six local wineries this weekend.

A season for sharing...

Andrew Craft, 15, of Birch Bay, shot this buck while hunting with his grandfather Steve Moore in Colorado early in November.

December to feature concerts, dance and film

December events

Annual Giving Tree program still in need of gifts

Stafholt Good Samaritan Center’s annual Giving Tree program is still in need of donors to provide gifts to children of low-income families.

Blaine's Holiday Harbor Lights

Holiday event listing

Public comment sought on Birch Bay rate hikes

Birch Bay residents will get the chance to make their voices heard at the next Birch Bay Water and Sewer District Board of Commissioners meeting when the board discusses proposed water and sewer rate changes.


William Warren Anderson

William Warren “Bill” Anderson of Longview entered into peace November 25, 2010 at Hospice Care Center, Longview, Washington after a brief stay in Saint John’s Hospital.


Bird named to first all-northwest conference team

Even as the cold weather ushers basketball season in, the Northwest Conference (NWC) released its football post-season rewards. Joining Lynden’ s Josh Kraght, the NWC Most Valuable Player, will be Blaine’s Todd Bird.

Boys stumble in Nooksack opener game

Dougal Thomas’ first game as Blaine boys head basketball coach turned from the surreal to a nail-biter.

Nooksack Pioneers run past Blaine in 49-44 win

The Lady Borderites stayed strong throughout the fourth period of Tuesday’s girls’ basketball non-conference game against Nooksack Valley, but could not keep the Pioneers from sinking free throws near the end to bring Blaine its first loss of the season.


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