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Bainbridge Prepares, a three-day-long disaster preparation event, will start off a little shaky. But that’s a good thing. The second annual event begins Wednesday, Oct. 28 and will feature a special public screening of the island documentary, “The Geological Formation of Bainbridge Island.” There will also be a panel discussion with local experts and community leaders and a series of workshops and informational booths to discuss and demonstrate how to prepare for and survive a disaster at home, work and on your commute.
Know an exceptional learner? Now’s the time to spread the word and make sure they sign up for the Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT).
To the editor: Basic research confirms it. Our skepticism about Island Power’s agenda was justified. And the Bainbridge city council let us down when it (5 to 2) authorized payment of $100,000 of our tax dollars for nothing more than an Island Power promotional piece.
PORT ORCHARD - South Kitsap welcomed Bainbridge to the Wolves’ den, and the Spartans feasted on a 3-0 win on the road in the girls varsity volleyball matchup.
The Bainbridge Spartans are on a tear in girls volleyball.