Councilman Ron Peltier talks about ethics complaints at a ward meeting earlier this year. (Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

Concerns, complaints continue over Councilman Peltier’s ‘bullying behavior’

Facing multiple ethics complaints that accused him of bullying behavior, Bainbridge Councilman Ron Peltier unloaded on the city’s Ethics Board… Continue reading

Two Bainbridge parks eyed as potential sites for more pickleball courts

Bainbridge parks officials will talk about the potential for new pickleball courts at Battle Point Park or Strawberry Hill Park… Continue reading

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Highway 305 trees get spotty

Travelers along Highway 305 on Bainbridge Island may have noticed spots of white paint marking large trees that line the… Continue reading

TRAVEL ADVISORY | Bainbridge ferries running late, one-hour wait at terminal

Washington State Ferries is advising travelers on the Bainbridge Island-Seattle route that there is an estimated one-hour wait for drivers… Continue reading

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Spartan sluggers score shutout on opening day | Photo gallery

The Bainbridge High School varsity baseball team left the field on the high side of a shutout, claiming a win… Continue reading

Deadline nears for Youth Art Award

Bainbridge High School juniors and seniors are eligible for cash awards from the Bainbridge Island Studio Tour. For outstanding work… Continue reading

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Spartans run to wins at Logan Relays

Bainbridge runners claimed two big wins during the season-opening Logan Relays at Bainbridge High. The Spartans placed first in the… Continue reading

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Artificial Morality | Robert C. Koehler

Artificial Intelligence is one thing. Artificial morality is another. It may sound something like this: “First, we believe in the Continue reading...

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Today’s cartoon for Sunday, March 17

Today’s cartoon is by Jeff Koterba, Omaha World Herald. Continue reading...

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Trump’s Nightmare Budget | Mel Gurtov

Two things can be said with certainty about Trump’s 2020 budget request: It is DOA, dead on arrival, in the Continue reading...

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Nothing Pro-Family About Influential Conservative Council | John L. Micek

The conservative Family Research Council is out with its latest congressional scorecard. Shocking no one, it’s yet another reminder that Continue reading...

Sports

Spartans begin season with win on road

Bainbridge swatted Cleveland as both Spartan tennis teams opened the 2019 varsity season at Cleveland High Wednesday. Sunny skies greeted… Continue reading

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Defending champs warp Woodinville

Bainbridge wrecked Woodinville 15-8 in girls varsity lacrosse Wednesday at BHS Memorial Stadium. It was the second win in a… Continue reading

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Domestic violence IS preventable: July 21’s Refuse To Abuse 5k is a unique run/walk through every level of Safeco Field, from the players’ tunnel to the final lap around the field.

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Refuse to Abuse 5K at Safeco Field raises funds and awareness to fight domestic violence