Nick Twietmeyer

Best Bets for Aug. 4–6 | The Bainbridge Blab

This weekend follows what supposed to be the hottest couple of days yet this year. Hopefully you were able to keep your cool and coast… Continue reading

Bainbridge voters pick Jakubik, Deets as frontrunners going into November election

Sheila Jakubik and Christina Wakefield will remain in the running for a seat on the Bainbridge Island School Board. In the first vote tally announced… Continue reading

Board voices support for 100 Building timeline extension

At Thursday’s school board meeting Tamela Van Winkle, the district’s director of capital projects proposed a timeline extension for the new Bainbridge High School 100… Continue reading

Young sailors chart a new course | Photo gallery

Island living almost seems to necessitate that youngsters learn some manner of water-based activity. For the participants of the Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Park & Recreation… Continue reading

Strawberry Jam benefit set to revitalize island skatepark

Islanders are invited to come out to the Strawberry Hill Skatepark for The Strawberry Jam at noon Saturday, Aug. 5. Islander Krush Kulesza is organizing… Continue reading

Student sailors learn the ropes on Bainbridge waters

The call of ripping winds and salty ocean spray is one which many ignore in favor of comfort and warmth. But those who do answer… Continue reading

Brown awarded Whitman scholarship

Bainbridge High School graduate Maxwell Brown has been awarded a college-sponsored National Merit Scholarship through Whitman College. To become a finalist, each semifinalist had to… Continue reading

Only permits stand in the way of a new dock at Hidden Cove

Federal and State determination of “fish windows” – the periods when construction on or near the water does not pose harm to fish health and… Continue reading

Best Bets for the weekend of July 28–30 | The Bainbridge Blab

Summer is just flying by. But there’s still time for one last seasonal staple here on the Rock. Yes, that’s right. This weekend sees the… Continue reading

Bainbridge Island berries abound

It’s summertime, friends. For many people, the long days of summer mean outdoor fun, under a sun we only get to see for about three… Continue reading

Construction of new 100 Building at Bainbridge High may be pushed back

The start of construction of the new 100 Building at Bainbridge High School may be pushed back. The Bainbridge Island School Board will consider a… Continue reading

Pump track provides critical teaching tool for camps

Battle Point Park’s recent addition of a pump track is giving new riders a crash course on the fundamentals of mountain biking. Jared Cordell is… Continue reading

Three candidates vie for seat on Bainbridge Island School Board

Three Bainbridge Island residents are vying for a seat on the Bainbridge Island School Board — one is the current school board president looking to… Continue reading

Student Conservation Corps benefits Island parks

Through the ferns, poison oak, ivy, alder and maple branches, you may have caught glimpses of some of the young men and women in red… Continue reading

SummerFest returns to Battle Point Park

Summerfest will be making its triumphant return to Battle Point Park on Saturday, July 29. This year the event will be free and is expected… Continue reading

Jazz gala to be held at IslandWood for Fort Ward renovation

IslandWood will host an evening of jazz for the Fort Ward Community Hall renovation. The “Let’s Make History Gala” is coming to IslandWood from 3… Continue reading

Full effects of cost escalation come into view

The Bainbridge Island School District continues to work toward establishing a viable plan for their construction projects that are currently underway The Bainbridge Island School… Continue reading

Float and Float returns to aquatic center

Float and Float Movie Night returns to the Bainbridge Island Aquatic Center at 5 p.m. Friday, July 21 where families will be invited to enjoy… Continue reading

Dave Ullin to be commemorated in renaming of marina

The late Dave Ullin, known among generations of Bainbridge Islanders as the unofficial custodian of Eagle Harbor, is set to be immortalized in the renaming… Continue reading

Small development area poses challenges for improvements at Sakai Park

Islanders are getting a clearer picture of what can be built at Sakai Park. And the answer is looking like: not a lot. When the… Continue reading