Peanut allergy articles in Bellingham Herald

Posted on: Sun, 01/27/2002 - 3:55am
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My DH has finally gotten his peanut allergy stories out. It took awhile to get them budgeted, but it is front page news in today (Sunday's) paper.

[url="http://news.bellinghamherald.com/"]http://news.bellinghamherald.com/[/url]

The individual links to the actual stories didn't work for some reason, so you need to click on both front page and local/state links at the site to see the stories. There are four stories. They are posted today. However, I think they are only archived for 2 weeks. So after today (Sunday, Jan. 27), you will have to do a search at the bottom of the page.

Amy

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Posted on: Mon, 01/28/2002 - 1:37am
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Please let me know more info? Maybe you posted before - but I must have missed it. I also have gotten an Ok to run an article in our local paper. Any info is greatly appreciated. Thanks. Amy

Posted on: Mon, 01/28/2002 - 3:35am
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go to the media forum to my thread about the bellingham herald articles. click on the link and then i think you'll have to do a search on the site for peanut allergy. i tried to post the direct links, but they didn't work.

Posted on: Sun, 01/27/2002 - 2:11pm
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My hats off to your husband! He did a FABULOUS job! I appreciate the variety of ways he came at the subject...Prevention, Courtesies, Informational...That kind of gentle, well-rounded approach is exactly what this community needs. Thanks!!! Kristi

Posted on: Mon, 01/28/2002 - 11:10am
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I can't find the article. I did what you said and then did a search for peanut allergy. Any suggestions? I would love to read it.

Posted on: Tue, 01/29/2002 - 3:33am
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Scroll down to the bottom of the page at the site. Type in "peanut allergy" and set the search to do an exact phrase search. It should call up the 4 stories my husband wrote.

Posted on: Tue, 01/29/2002 - 5:48am
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Great Job!!!

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