Senate passes bill to remove the death penalty | 2019 Legislative Session

BY EMMA EPPERLY WNPA Olympia News Bureau The Senate passed a bill Friday to remove the death penalty from Washington… Continue reading

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State senators aim to create self-harm hotline | 2019 Legislative Session

OLYMPIA – Washington lawmakers want to create a hotline designated for reports of potential self-harm and criminal acts. Senate Bill… Continue reading

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Register now for aging workshop

A free Dynamic Aging Workshop will be held at the Bainbridge Island Aquatic Center this week. The workshop is 9:30… Continue reading

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Supreme Court decision is topic of public meeting

League of Women Voters of Kitsap will present a public education program on the Supreme Court’s culvert decision later this… Continue reading

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TRAVEL ADVISORY | Viaduct demolition will impact access to Colman Dock

Washington State Ferries is reminding drivers who travel through Colman Dock to give themselves more time to get to and… Continue reading

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People who want to live in State of Liberty rally at Capitol | 2019 Legislative Session

OLYMPIA - Representative Matt Shea, R-Spokane, was greeted by a few dozen constituents on Friday in support of Second Amendment… Continue reading

Rees is standout at Spokane Falls

Cole Rees of Bainbridge Island has been honored for academic excellence Spokane Falls Community College. Rees was one of more… Continue reading

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Trump’s 105th week in office | In cartoons

It’s time for more loony toons. Our cartoon chronicle of the 45th president returns with a look back at Donald Continue reading...

Fealty to Trump or the Constitution? | Dick Polman

Now that the inevitable moment of truth has finally arrived — with Donald Trump in banana republic mode, concocting a Continue reading...

Are You Suffering from Awards Fatigue? | Tyrades!

When I was a starstruck youth, I watched more than my fair share of televised awards programs; but in my Continue reading...

Today’s cartoon for Tuesday, Feb. 19

Today’s cartoon is by Pat Bagley, The Salt Lake Tribune. Continue reading...

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News

BARN hosts support group for Alzheimer’s caregivers

Caring for someone with memory loss? Do you need information and support? Alzheimer’s Association family caregiver support groups provide a… Continue reading

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Utility work on Highway 305 may delay traffic

The Washington State Department of Transportation is warning travelers who use Highway 305 between Suquamish and Bainbridge Island that they… Continue reading

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Life

BHS returns student-crafted ‘Winter One Acts’

Bainbridge High School’s annual “Winter One Acts” play festival will conclude with the final two performances next week. The performances,… Continue reading

 

BPA Theatre School now enrolling spring classes

Bainbridge Performing Arts Theatre School enrollment for spring classes is now open for pupils of all ages. Under the insightful… Continue reading

 

Opinion

Kudos for our biggest collection event ever | Letter to the editor

To the editor: Bainbridge Island Zero Waste, a program of Sustainable Bainbridge, in long-time collaboration with Bay Hay and Feed,… Continue reading

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Add your voice to Indivisible Bainbridge | Letter to the editor

To the editor: I’m writing to invite everyone interested in taking action and making a difference in our community and… Continue reading

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Sports

Eight island wrestlers bound for Tacoma tourney

Eight wrestlers, the most in recent memory, from Bainbridge High School are set to compete at the Washington Interscholastic Activities Continue reading...

 

Marketplace
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Obituaries

Patricia Weld Wyman

June 20, 1941 – January 12, 2019

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Harla I. Fox

Jan. 16, 1917 – Jan. 15, 2019

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