Law of the lens: Bainbridge photog to unveil gallery of work by his wandering eye

Evocative. Asked to articulate his primary artistic aspiration, Bainbridge Island lensman Andrew “Andy” Bergh said his pictures are all about… Continue reading

Bainbridge vs. Garfield | Photo gallery

The Bainbridge Spartans picked up their first win of the season in their opener at home against the Garfield Bulldogs.… Continue reading

Champs come out swimming strong

We’re going back. The Spartans gave notice during their first swim meet of the year by notching state-qualifying times in… Continue reading

Career Center opens for one-on-one help

The Career Center at the Bainbridge Public Library offers one-on-one assistance from trained career specialists. Call or stop by the… Continue reading

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Teen time is back for early release Monday

Monday Teen Space returns to the Bainbridge Public Library at 1:45 p.m. Mondays, Dec. 11 and Dec. 18. Teens can… Continue reading

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Messy Monday at KiDiMu features Winter Shadow Boxes

Kids can join an instructor at Kids Discovery Museum for a special art project at Messy Monday, coming to KiDiMu… Continue reading

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Bainbridge mourns loss of father and son in highway crash

Celebration of Life service set for Saturday at BHS Commons

Today’s cartoon for Sunday, Dec. 10.

Today’s cartoon is by Christopher Weyant, The Boston Globe. Continue reading...

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The Calculated Destruction of America’s Government | Mel Gurtov

It is truly extraordinary: The still-new Trump administration keeps appointing people whose common priority is the destruction of the agency Continue reading...

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Today’s cartoon for Saturday, Dec. 9

Today’s cartoon is by Steve Sack, The Minneapolis Star Tribune. Continue reading...

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Trump’s 46th week in office | In cartoons

Whacking the size of national monuments, the Judge Roy Moore campaign, Jerusalem, the rushed vote on tax cuts for corporations Continue reading...


BI-Seattle ferry run was busiest route during Thanksgiving holiday

The Thanksgiving holiday week proved to be a busy one for Washington State Ferries. The Bainbridge Island-Seattle ferry route saw… Continue reading

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Weekend weather report: Freezing fog

Friday’s freezing fog will continue into the weekend on Bainbridge Island, according to the latest forecast for the island from… Continue reading

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Olympic Girls’ Choir sings at free concert

The Olympic Girls’ Choir presents “Once Upon a December,” a free performance for the community, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec.… Continue reading

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Book sale benefits the Bainbridge Public Library

Friends of the Library will host a benefit book sale at the Bainbridge Public Library from 10 a.m. to 4… Continue reading

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Lucky night for Beavers in varsity gymnastics

SEATTLE - Ballard escaped with a slim win in girls varsity gymnastics against Bainbridge late last week as the Beavers… Continue reading

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Third time’s not so charming for Bainbridge boys

SEATTLE - The third game of the year left the Bainbridge High varsity boys basketball team more down than up… Continue reading



Troy Biddle and Baden Biddle

Troy Biddle (52) and Baden Biddle (13) passed away on Nov. 25, 2017, in a car accident in San Pablo,… Continue reading

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William Alexander Dunn

William Alexander Dunn passed away on Nov. 18, 2017. He was born on Bainbridge Island to Gordon and Isabelle (Munro)… Continue reading

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