To the editor: What is an electrical grid and how does it work?
To the editor: Aug. 26 marks the 96th anniversary of the constitutional amendment that granted women the right to vote.
To the editor: Finally, we have a chance to take a big step forward in addressing climate change.
To the editor: Steve Johnson did get at least one thing right in his letter last week — we deserve facts on the PSE purchase discussion.
To the editor: In my ongoing rant about drivers speeding and not stopping at crosswalks, here is my latest.
To the editor: We on the Owen’s Playground team are still overwhelmed by the outpouring of enthusiasm and positive energy present at the grand opening of the playground.
To the editor: While reading a book entitled “The Great Big Book of Horrible Things” by the historian Matthew White, I came across this sentence...
To the editor: Mr. Davis [July 29 edition of the Review] says if the island were to obtain electric power from Bonneville, we’d still get the same sources as we do now, namely, a mix of hydro, coal, nuclear and some wind/solar, since on the power grid we don’t get to filter electrons.
To the editor: I have to take issue with those who have written letters to the editor regarding the “booing” that greeted the Trump float at the Fourth of July parade. They want the citizens of Bainbridge Island to be more tolerant of their candidate and their views.
To the editor: The city has authorized a consultant, Hittle, to perform an electric feasibility study. So now we move on to the work.
To the editor: In recent letters to the editor about public power, Norm Davis asserts that Phil Rockefeller and I are putting out “misstatements and falsehoods.”
To the editor: No matter who wins the presidential election...
To the editor: The volunteer committee of Bainbridge Fireworks would like to congratulate our community for another successful show over Eagle Harbor.
To the editor: The continued push by our clueless city council to send Puget Sound Energy packing for an island-run power company demonstrates two things: a lack of business acumen and fiduciary responsibility.
To the editor: I read the letter to the editor by former Senator Phil Rockefeller. While I respect the senator’s past service to our community, many of his statements in the letter are just not true.
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.