Island author talks ‘Lost Tooth’ at Eagle Harbor

Bainbridge Island author Jennifer Mann will visit Eagle Harbor book Company to read and discuss her new book, “Josie’s Lost… Continue reading

Spartans excel at Kentridge invite

The Bainbridge Spartans swimming & diving team nabbed second place in last weekend’s Kentridge Invitational. Spartan Head Coach Kaycee Taylor… Continue reading

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Taxation with representation: Senate holds hearing on capital gains tax | 2019 Legislative Session

BY SEAN HARDING WNPA Olympia News Bureau OLYMPIA - People representing small business owners and low-income workers had plenty to… Continue reading

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Mat moments: Spartans host home turf wrestling tourney | Photo gallery

The Bainbridge High School varsity wrestling team hosted their annual home turf tournament, the Island Invitational, Saturday, Jan. 12. The… Continue reading

Author shares power of hope during return visit to Bainbridge

Chan Hellman, author and professor of social work, will share strategies on how to increase and measure hope during a… Continue reading

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Musical memories: inD Theatre revives ‘The Last Five Years’

The language of the musical is, ironically, often just as much spectacle as it is sound. There is operatic pageantry… Continue reading

Former California Governor visits Olympia to push renewable energy

BY EMMA SCHER WNPA Olympia News Bureau Former California Governor Jerry Brown was in Olympia late Thursday to support Governor… Continue reading

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Test driving an anthem | The Petri Dish

Washington’s Unwritten Chapter” was the title of the State of the State address Tuesday. “Strange Case of Governor Jay and Continue reading...

Today’s cartoon for Saturday, Jan. 19

Today’s cartoon is by Dave Granlund, PoliticalCartoons.com. Continue reading...

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Today’s cartoon for Friday, Jan. 18

Today’s cartoon is by Dave Whamond, Canada, PoliticalCartoons.com. Continue reading...

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What About Open Borders? | Robert C. Koehler

There are things that go unquestioned in the national discussion. Because this is a country wrapped in fear and self-importance, Continue reading...

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Spartans excel at Kentridge invite

The Bainbridge Spartans swimming & diving team nabbed second place in last weekend’s Kentridge Invitational. Spartan Head Coach Kaycee Taylor… Continue reading

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Mat moments: Spartans host home turf wrestling tourney | Photo gallery

The Bainbridge High School varsity wrestling team hosted their annual home turf tournament, the Island Invitational, Saturday, Jan. 12. The… Continue reading

 

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