Cooke Aquaculture Pacific fined by state for polluting water at Bainbridge Island fish pen operation

Cooke Aquaculture Pacific has been fined by the Washington Department of Ecology for repeatedly polluting the water at its net… Continue reading...

Lesser Known Players debut little-known mystical masterpiece: ‘Forest Song’

Santa is missing. So, too, is everything from the Nativity. You’ll find no candy canes, no sugar plums, no chestnuts… Continue reading

Community invited to enjoy Carden Country Christmas

Carden Country School presents its Christmas Program at 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14 at Rolling Bay Presbyterian Church. Enjoy an… Continue reading

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Bainbridge readers look at Jenny Wingfield novel

All aboard for Ferry Tales: The group will meet again on Thursday, Dec. 14 on the 4:40 p.m. sailing from… Continue reading

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Minimu at KiDiMu features Keepsake Ornaments

Minimu returns to Kids Discovery Museum at 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14 for Keepsake Ornaments. Stop by for a special… Continue reading

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Young writers get tips at Teen Writers Workshop

The Bainbridge Public Library will host a Teen Writers Workshop at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14 at the Bainbridge Public… Continue reading

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Development of Suzuki property estimated to cost $4.2 million

It will cost more than $4.2 million to develop the city of Bainbridge Island’s Suzuki property into a new neighborhood… Continue reading

Big book sale benefits the Bainbridge Public Library

Friends of the Library will host a benefit book sale at the Bainbridge Public Library from 1 to 4 p.m.… Continue reading

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Top 10 Comedic News Stories of 2017 | Raging Moderate

Put down the nog. Let in the dog. Delay your spouse’s jog. Buy a mask for the smog. Alert the Continue reading...

Today’s cartoon for Wednesday, Dec. 13

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

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Steinle Case Solves Nothing | Peter Funt

SAN FRANCISCO - Too often in America we are reactive rather than proactive in addressing the nation’s problems. With each Continue reading...

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Leave it on the table again? | Tom H. Hastings

“You can’t fight City Hall.” Well…turns out City Hall is a minor obstacle these days. Trump and his autocratic buds Continue reading...

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St. Barnabas welcomes its first woman rector

The Reverend Karen Haig is now a historical figure. She takes no credit for it. Haig, a 30-year island resident,… 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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Classic comedy/mystery to be screened

The Island Film Group will screen “The Thin Man” at the club’s meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13 at… Continue reading

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Kids have fun at museum playtime with Santa

Little ones and their families can explore hands-on exhibits at Kids Discovery Museum on Wednesday with a very special docent.… Continue reading

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Spartan varsity boys basketball schedule

The Bainbridge Spartans return to the court this week after facing Franklin at home late last week. Next up for… Continue reading


2017-18 Spartan winter sports preview | Spartans seek to navigate tough trail through Metro

An inaugural win followed by a dispiriting loss — in addition to another more tragic, off-court loss — began the… 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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