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Letters to the Editor: January 24- January 30

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Annual Arts & Jazz festival is just around the corner

Everything has a beginning.

Birch Bay berm project begins its scoping process

Engineering firms are scoping the shoreline enhancement project, and county officials expect to hear cost and scheduling estimates in the coming weeks.

Leadership set goals for 2013 legislature: Education to be top priority in this year's session

Could this be "The Year of the Grand Bargain in Olympia?"

Arrests made in 2011 shooting

According to the Whatcom County Sheriff's Department, Adrian Montelongo, 21, and Jose Santos, 22, have admitted to shooting a man in the parking lot of the Golden Nut Company in Blaine on December 4, 2011.

Blaine man propositions preteens for sex

A Blaine man has been arrested and charged with communicating with a minor for immoral purposes and two counts of soliciting to rape a child in the second degree.

Jim Jorgensen named president of 2013 Port Commission board

Port of Bellingham Commissioner Jim Jorgensen was selected to serve as president of the port's board of commissioners for 2013.

Blaine shelter offers adoptions and unique haven for rescued felines

There's an Eden in the heart of Blaine.

Art festival seeks 2013 exhibitors

Artists are invited to exhibit and sell their artwork at the International Art Festival at Peace Arch State Park on June 22 and 23.

Tips for running on a rainy day

When the weather takes a turn for the worse, it can be difficult to get motivated to even get off the couch much less go for a run.

A morning walk through Blaine Harbor

obituaries

Alta A. Reilly

September 19, 1923 - January 11, 2013

sports

Rugby on the Rise in Whatcom County

While most Whatcom County residents (this reporter included) don't know the difference between a scrum and a ruck, a local high school rugby club has quietly gained national notoriety as a top-ranked team.

Boys lose two thrilling games at home

The Blaine-Meridian rivalry ensured a packed home gym Friday night as the Borderites took on the Trojans in a Northwest Conference (NWC) matchup.

Blaine gains momentum

The Blaine girls basketball team is on a four-game winning streak after defeating Meridian and Mount Baker.

Borderites outwrestle Mount Baker

The Mount Baker wrestling team put up a strong effort against Blaine during a January 16 dual meet, forcing eight of 12 matches to a decision on points.

 

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