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Articles published Thu, Apr 14, 2011

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Letters to the Editor - April 14-20, 2011


Blaine artist's works on display in Bellingham

"Flora and Fauna" series features luscious botanical pastels.

Oplinger to run for Ward 1 council seat

A Blaine planning commissioner will run for a seat on Blaine City Council currently occupied by John Liebert.

County council OKs drive-throughs in Birch Bay

Restaurants and coffee shops offering drive-through service are now a possibility in Birch Bay thanks to a Whatcom County Council vote on Tuesday night.

Lincoln Road to close for improvements

Whatcom County Public Works staff have decided to close Lincoln Road during road improvements from May to October instead of reducing it to one lane, as was originally planned.

Yorkston Oil helps raise $5,179

Customers who donated at local Yorky’s gas stations helped Yorkston Oil Company of Bellingham contribute more than $2,500 to the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).

Signs of spring

A red robin perches in a tree this week in Blaine.

Boys & Girls Club hires new director

One of Andrea Green’s favorite jobs out of college was working with the Southern Sierra Boys & Girls Club in Ridgecrest, California.

Cole on coal

SSA Marine spokesperson Craig Cole delivered a presentation to Blaine City Council Monday regarding the company’s Gateway Pacific Terminal project slated for Cherry Point.

Small Blaine company has big vision

Two local entrepreneurs have moved their long-time Blaine business to the former Wolten’s Coast to Coast hardware store on Peace Portal Drive.

Blaine superintendent discusses bond initiative

The ballots for the April 26 Blaine School District Capital Projects Bond initiative have been mailed, and the future of the district’s facilities is now in the hands of the voting public.


Cubs squeak out sixth-inning 4-3 win against Blaine

It was a beautiful day for baseball and for the Borderites—up until the bottom of the sixth inning when the Burlington-Edison (B-E) Cubs scored four unanswered runs to top Blaine 4-3 in Monday’s game at Burlington.


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