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Letters to the Editor: October 4 - October 10, 2012

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Bold raccoons becoming a nuisance in Birch Bay

Residents of the Cottonwood neighborhood in Birch Bay have seen a spike in raccoon activity, much of which has not been pleasant.

Coat drives planned to keep residents warm

No one should go cold through the chilly months of the year for lack of a winter coat – and Blaine’s Community Assistance Program (CAP) is once again taking steps to keep area residents warm and toasty with its annual Winter Coat Drive.

International film crew visits Blaine from Belarus to study border interactions

The way the city of Blaine interacts with the Canadian border is drawing international attention. Last week, a film crew from BUG-TV out of Brest, Belarus visited Blaine to interview local businesses and individuals on what it’s like to live on the border.

Portions of H Street will be closed for construction next week

Beginning October 8, the section of H Street from Harrison Street to Peace Portal Drive will be closed to all vehicle traffic.

Border Policy Research Institute studies border traffic at Pacific Highway crossing

The Border Policy Research Institute (BPRI) housed at Western Washington University has received $19,160 to fund its study of northbound border traffic at the Pacific Highway border crossing in Blaine.

Silver Reef Steak House receives prestigious awards

The Steak House at Silver Reef Hotel Casino Spa has been awarded the Distinguished Restaurants of North America Achievement of Distinction in Dining’s (DiRoNA) award, along with the Wine Spectator’s “Best of Award of Excellence.”

Adopt-a-Flamingo fundraiser supports Stafholt scholarships

If you drive past Good Samaritan Society-Stafholt these days, you’ll notice a strange sight.

Young at Heart

We are entering into the colorful world of October at the Blaine Senior Center, and what an exciting month we have been promised.

Fall Color Preview

police

Police Reports: September 26 - October 2, 2012

sports

Defense shines in shutout victory

Gobbato breaks Whatcom County career rushing record.

Borderites stunted by talented Bellingham squad

The Blaine girls’ soccer team showed good effort but lost 4-1 against a Bellingham team stacked with club players on Tuesday, September 25.

Borderite girls’ volleyball swept 3-0 by Bellingham

The Blaine girls’ varsity volleyball team did not match up well with the Red Raiders in a tough away game on Tuesday, September 25.

 

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