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  • The Northern Light: September 28-October 4, 2023

Semiahmoo Resort dishes up tasty cod fritters
The culinary team at Semiahmoo Resort loves simple cod fritters as a crowd-pleasing appetizer or main dish. Made with wild-caught …
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Borderite sports roundup: Girls soccer earns first win, volleyball struggles continue
Girls Soccer After an encouraging 1-1 tie against Sedro-Woolley to begin the season, Blaine girls soccer dropped its first loss on …
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League of Women Voters to hold candidate forums
As election season gears up, the local League of Women Voters chapter has scheduled a month of events to educate the voter base for …
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Harbor Harvest Festival to celebrate fall in Blaine
 Blaine Chamber of Commerce will ring in fall with a new Harbor Harvest Festival.  The fall celebration will take over …
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Birch Bay Water and Sewer District to receive $1.5 million from state
After a September 8 meeting of the Washington State Public Works Board (PWB), the Birch Bay Water and Sewer District was chosen to …
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New barbershop opens in Birch Bay Square
Those in need of a men’s or kid’s haircut can now stop by Bay City Barbershop, which opened on August 19 in Birch Bay …
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Road Rules: Electric bikes and scooters
Question: What are the rules about electric bikes and electric scooters?  We have them riding down the roads and sidewalks and …
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Public invited to tour bp Cherry Point
On Friday, September 29, bp Cherry Point will open its doors for a public open house, poster session and facility tour from 10 a.m. to …
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Whatcom County to hold two free tire recycling events
Whatcom County Health and Community Services (WCHCS) has free tire recycling events scheduled Sunday, September 24 and Sunday, October …
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Boat to Table program brings fresh seafood to Whatcom County food banks
Boat to Table, a new community campaign, kicked off in August with a focus on bolstering access to local seafood and its health …
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