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Articles published Wed, Oct 30, 2013

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Letters to the editor: October 31 - November 6, 2013

news

Blaine considers budget, adding personnel

It's going to take some work to get Blaine's budget back on track for the longterm.

BP Heron Educational Center begins to take shape

Dreams are being made into reality in Birch Bay State Park as work progresses on the BP Heron Center for Environmental Education.

Initiative 522 draws millions in out-of-state funding, but what do locals think?

Genetic engineering is a complex enough subject on its own, but when the topic is combined with the food we eat and feed our families, everyone seems to have an opinion.

Get your insurance questions ready

With all the changes in insurance costs and coverages due to the Affordable Care Act, it's not uncommon to feel a little lost in the sea of information.

Set your clocks back

Daylight-saving time ends on Sunday, November 3 at 2 a.m.

Home winterizing checklist: Ways to stay warm and save energy this winter

Fall means colorful leaves, apple cider and cooler temperatures.

It's a monster mash at NWPRD2's Halloween Kids' Karnival

police

Police Reports: October 23 - October 30, 2013

sports

Mount Baker overpowers Blaine Borderites

Blaine was "outplayed and outcoached" by Mount Baker

Quesada invited to Costa Rican national team tryout

The Blaine girls soccer team will have to make do without one of their star players this week as they head into the post-season.

Volleyball splits road games

The girls volleyball team defeated Sedro-Woolley in five sets in an away game at Sedro-Woolley October 24.

 

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