UPDATE | Pedestrian run over by car remains in critical condition

  • Today at 12:08PM

Katherine E. Dunn, a retired kindergarten teacher and a member of the city's Civil Service Commission, seriously injured in accident.

Bainbridge ferry again in the commercial spotlight

  • Today at 12:45PM

Filmmakers doing a commercial for Array Health recently caught the ferry to Bainbridge Island to film passengers for a web-based advertising project put together by Edelman, a Seattle-based public relations company.

Landmark T&C sign to be demolished next week

  • Today at 12:35PM

Town & Country Market's iconic sign in downtown Winslow — a community message board that's promoted everything from school concerts to the Rotary Auction and everything in between — will be pulled down Tuesday, Dec. 30.

Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series begins in January

  • Today at 12:18PM

The Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series, presented by the Bainbridge Island Land Trust and West Sound Wildlife Shelter, will begin Friday, Jan. 9 and is set to include five lectures by local experts on unique Bainbridge Island wildlife and landscape topics.

Letters

Our city council’s role in the lawsuit | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

  • Today at 12:09PM

To the editor: Recently Kim Hendrickson published an e-mail titled “Althea and Bob’s Win, Our Loss” in Gary Tripp’s Bainbridge News Wire. The piece is both an attack on Bob and Althea and a defense of Councilman Steve Bonkowski and Councilman David Ward.

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