To the editor: As a second-grade teacher at Wilkes Elementary, my hope is to help children’s minds come alive as they learn new skills and discover their passions.
To the editor: It is Red Envelope Season here on Bainbridge Island and my husband John Cunningham and I will continue our longstanding ritual of sitting down at our dining room table to decide which organizations will receive the amount we set aside for the annual One Call for All Campaign. There are so many to choose from.
To the editor: When I helped design the Strawberry Hill off-leash dog park over one year ago, advocating for direct, drive-up access to the front gate (unlike Eagledale Park’s hike-in), a roomy “air lock” entrance to gauge dog chemistry, and a few other amenities, I never dreamed that 18-months later we’d all still be in the dark about where the second, third, fourth or fifth off-leash dog park would be situated.
To the editor: William Shaw states in his Nov. 13 Opinion piece, “It’s never too late for thanks” that “now is the time to thank a Vietnam veteran.”
To the editor: I read with interest the Nov. 3 and Nov. 7 Bainbridge Review articles about the significant raise recently granted by the Bainbridge City Council to City Manager Doug Schulze.
To the editor: Humanist author John Berger wrote early of island-like moods elsewhere in the 1970s. And, had he traveled here 25 years ago, he’d been moved to write of it in his lyrical way.
To the editor: An overwhelming turnout! It is clear islanders have voiced their choice. Of our 17,000 registered voters, this proposition had the most attention (9,200-plus ballots)!
To the editor: Our little Island is no longer “our little Island.”
To the editor: Regarding the comments made by the school board candidate Lynn Smith in the paper. Her comments about the BPA being a “great little playhouse, it’s not built for sound and all the cool stuff it could be.”
To the editor: The Bainbridge Schools Foundation partners with island schools to inspire every student.
To the editor: Why do I have to keep telling drivers to SLOW DOWN?
To the editor: On Nov. 3, democracy happened on Bainbridge Island. The island’s citizens spoke as the lawmakers that they are: An overwhelming majority – 76 percent – informed their public servants at city hall that islanders do not want a police station on Madison, in the heart of Winslow.
To the editor: Duke and I went for a walk in the park yesterday. I enjoyed the gentle path, the benches and the pleasant people I met on the way.
To the editor: The Boys & Girls Club of Bainbridge Island would like to extend a huge thank you to Bainbridge Gardens for the 22nd Annual Pumpkin Walk!
To the editor: It was with dismay that I read that teacher Karen Keller will not allow boys to play with Legos, which she has reserved for girls only.
To the editor: On Saturday, Oct. 24 Housing Resources Bainbridge (HRB) celebrated our “Past, Present and Future” with the community during our annual gala.
To the editor: On behalf of the Bainbridge-Ometepe Sister Islands Association, I would like to give a huge thank you to the Bainbridge Island FC for all the hard work and energy they put into selling Cafe Oro coffee as their fall fundraiser.
To the editor: The Bainbridge Schools Foundation supports passionate educators!
To the editor: I talk to my dog. I am not embarrassed to admit that I do it frequently.
Let me tell you my personal experience of Finch Place life. In an article by Sean Roach (“Finch Place residents fear reprisals,” Nov. 5), many upsetting things were reported about Finch Place senior apartments. However, the article reflected the views of about one in five tenants. Here’s the rest of the story, as they say.