Wednesday, March 16, 2011

In the March 16, 2011 issue...

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Local man honored for valor
Almost a quarter century after he earned the U.S. Border Patrol’s highest honor, La Conner resident Lee Prejean received the medal that comes with the agency's Newton-Azrak Award at a ceremony in Blaine last week. Pictured with Prejean, second from left are Chief Patrol Agent John C. Bates, La Conner Mayor Ramon Hayes, Nick Papritz and Tom Jenson as Deputy Chief Patrol Agent Aaron Hull reads the letter of commendation.

Turning 100 a La Conner trend
Writer Sue Phillips explains how, especially in La Conner  60 is the new 40, 80 is the new 60 and 100 is simply fantastic!  Our little town has three Centenarians, people who have lived for a century. Find out who they are in this week's paper.

Shelter Bay homeowner fees rising
Reporter Amylynn Richards explains that the Shelter Bay Community budget, which is expected to be $2.75 million for the fiscal year that begins July 1, will result in a monthly increase of about $17.44 in homeowner fees. Get the details in today's paper.

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