John Kinzer, clockwise from upper left, Jason Stamm, Lindsay Dorr, Brett Nebeker and Tara Nebeker order breakfast at Hilltop Restaurant on a busy Sunday in August. People from Laurel and many other parts of the county frequent Hilltop, in part, because of its central location at 5645 Guide Meridian.
John Kinzer, clockwise from upper left, Jason Stamm, Lindsay Dorr, Brett Nebeker and Tara Nebeker order breakfast at Hilltop Restaurant on a busy Sunday in August. People from Laurel and many other parts of the county frequent Hilltop, in part, because of its central location at 5645 Guide Meridian. DANNY GAWLOWSKI THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
John Kinzer, clockwise from upper left, Jason Stamm, Lindsay Dorr, Brett Nebeker and Tara Nebeker order breakfast at Hilltop Restaurant on a busy Sunday in August. People from Laurel and many other parts of the county frequent Hilltop, in part, because of its central location at 5645 Guide Meridian. DANNY GAWLOWSKI THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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September 11, 2007 6:35 PM

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