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Articles published Wed, Dec 12, 2012

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Letters to the Editor: December 13 - December 20, 2012

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City plans retrofits and upgrades to reduce energy costs

A little goes a long way when it comes to saving energy.

City chops 2013 BTAC tourism grant funding

Tourist season is generally accompanied by festivals for the city of Blaine, with events such as Wings over Water, the Old Fashioned 4th of July and Drayton Harbor Days drawing visitors from far and wide.

Blaine City Council unanimously approves 2013 budget

After weeks of deliberation and many difficult decisions regarding the coming year, Blaine City Council members finally approved the 2013 city budget on December 10.

Local bassoonist offers Jazz Camp benefit concert

Internationally acclaimed bassoonist Martin Kuuskmann will join local musical talents for an evening of Christmas music Thursday, December 20 at 7 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church (702 G Street) in Blaine.

Boys & Girls Club holiday hours

The Blaine Boys & Girls Club will be have regular club hours over the holidays (December 17 to 21 and December 27 to 28) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for no extra charge.

Blaine Mobile CSO visit cancelled

The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) Mobile Community Service Office has cancelled its December 18 Blaine visit.

Occupiers protest Trans-Pacific Partnership

Even though blustery winds threatened to rip their signs away, protestors still made their stand against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in a small gathering at Peace Arch Park on Saturday, December 1.

obituaries

Regina Ann Hughes: January 17, 1964 - November 9, 2012

police

Police Reports: December 4 - December 10, 2012

sports

Antczak battles Lamositele, Blaine earns third in Battle at the Border tournament

The annual Battle at the Border Wrestling Tournament, a two-day stream of constant wrestling matches between 535 athletes from 22 schools across the state...

Boys improve play, but not record against Ferndale

It looked like a different team from the one that has traveled to three away games, as the Borderites took home court for the first time this season on Friday, December 7 against Ferndale.

Girls fall to Ferndale, 47-40

The girls basketball team had their first loss away in Ferndale on Friday, but steamrolled Meridian at home Monday night, advancing their record to 4-1.

 

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