To the editor: A few weeks ago, Mark Blatter, Housing Resources Board, wrote an opinion article about more affordable housing on Bainbridge Island (Aug. 22, Bainbridge Review).
To the editor: At the city council meeting earlier this month, I made comments to council about community television. The Review quoted me.
To the editor: As the chairman of the Washington State Veterans Bar Association, I am pleased to announce that our organization endorses Tracy Flood for judge.
To the editor: This past week, I was greatly saddened to learn of Bob McAllister’s passing. Across my 40 years as an educator, he was without a doubt the finest theater arts (drama) teacher
To the editor: Throughout our history it has taken people marching in the streets and demanding change to get the government to take action on important issues. If you haven’t yet, now is the time to act on climate change.
To the editor: The late Robert Charles McAllister influenced my life from 1981 to when we lost him in 2014. Facing mortality brought out the best in this gentleman. Every time I saw him, during his final three months, left me feeling uplifted by his noble spirit.
To the editor: Earlier this year our island hosted a delegation of medical professionals from our sister island of Ometepe, Nicaragua. Later this year and early next year, the Bainbridge-Ometepe Sister Islands Association (BOSIA) is planning to send two delegations to Ometepe.
To the editor: On May 21 2014, the Whidbey News Times published a remarkable interview with candidate for Kitsap County Auditor (and former Island County Commissioner), Kelly Emerson.
To the editor: Your support for Bob and his family has been so appreciated after his death last week. His memorial service will be forthcoming, probably in a couple of months, coordinated with Bob’s venerable thanks to Steve Stolee.
To the editor: In response to Chiara D’Angelo’s tree sit, Visconsi Co. has issued a statement regarding their new shopping complex claiming that:
To the editor: Once again, to the displeasure of many Bainbridge Islanders, Mr. James Olsen is challenging a Democratic incumbent for a House seat in Olympia.
To the editor: As a mother and concerned citizen, I plan to vote “Yes” on Initiative 594 this November. Initiative 594 will close the loophole in our current background check system and keep guns out of dangerous hands.
To the editor: My husband was born in the Virginia Mason Clinic 61 years ago. He has seen a lot of change, one of them is that what was once an island covered with strawberry fields, and dotted sparsely with forests is now the opposite.
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.