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    Strong northeast winds have kept road crews busy clearing roads of snowdrifts. These snowplow drivers were on Highway 9 north of Nooksack, Wash. on Wednesday, Feb. 8. Areas north of Bellingham received some 6 to 10 inches overnight Monday and Tuesday, observers said.

Strong northeast winds have kept road crews busy clearing roads of snowdrifts. These snowplow drivers were on Highway 9 north of Nooksack, Wash. on Wednesday, Feb. 8. Areas north of Bellingham received some 6 to 10 inches overnight Monday and Tuesday, observers said. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
Strong northeast winds have kept road crews busy clearing roads of snowdrifts. These snowplow drivers were on Highway 9 north of Nooksack, Wash. on Wednesday, Feb. 8. Areas north of Bellingham received some 6 to 10 inches overnight Monday and Tuesday, observers said. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

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    Bob Sutton, who has taught music at Mount Baker High School for 36 years, talks about his and the community's reaction to hearing the news this week that a suspect has been arrested in the 1989 murder of Amanda "Mandy" Stavik.