To the editor: There are times when the best choice is to retreat and declare victory.
To the editor: What I love best about Bainbridge is that it is a community, full of diverse people, talents, perspectives and histories.
To the editor: As Bainbridge Island residents, we are writing to tell you about something exciting. Seabeck Conference Center on the Hood Canal in Seabeck is celebrating its 100th year serving the Pacific Northwest this month. That’s a full century of providing space for retreat, renewal and tranquility for nonprofit organizations seeking to bring people together. We are proud board members of this organization.
To the editor: On behalf of the Battle Point Astronomical Association, thank you to the Review and especially Seraine Page for your recent article on the installation of the sundial in Battle Point Park (May 29).
To the editor: Thank you Windermere from the staff AND volunteers at Helpline’s Clothing Works.
To the editor: This is the last straw! After seeing nothing Bruce/Caitlin Jenner in the media this past week and seeing cheesecake shots of him/her, I’ve cleaned up the floor and decided that we should withdraw from the union. Please join me in creating 13 sovereign states here on the “rock.”
To the editor: I rowed to the Boater’s Fair, witnessed an exciting helicopter rescue, toured a fire and rescue vessel and visited various booths at Waterfront Park.
To the editor: Once again, the specter of “economic development” raises its ugly head (“City looks for new logo,” June 5).
To the editor: Those of us who live on Manitou Beach are disgruntled, to say the least, that the city of Bainbridge Island, without ANY input from those of us who LIVE here, have decided to put a park near Murden Cove. We only learned of it by reading an article in the Bainbridge Review newspaper.
To the editor: With forest fires now raging across the West and forecasts of higher temps going forward, are we really going to allow fireworks?
To the editor: Inspired by a letter (several weeks ago) from a family who has been feeling the pains of racism in our community, I want to thank Christine Rolfes for co-sponsoring Senate Bill 5433, which makes the wonderful curriculum “Since Time Immemorial: Tribal Sovereignty in Washington State,” developed by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and Native Nations of Washington, mandatory in our children’s education.
To the editor: I live near the ferry terminal and the “popping” noises associated with the Fourth of July have already started, daytime and nighttime.
To the editor: I hope that I am only one of the more than 20,000 people who live on the island that is offended by the fact that an out-of-state firm was hired to create a logo for our island.
To the editor: Former U.S. Senator Bill Frist, a doctor, recently penned an opinion letter on Forbes.com in which he stated, “Alzheimer’s disease has been notoriously challenging, but researchers are committed to tackling the problem with the right funding.”
To the editor: As the responsible owner of an 8-year-old rescue pup I want to applaud the people who are finally speaking up about the dog problem on the island.
To the editor: I’d like to say thanks to Leslie Kelly and the Bainbridge Island Review for the great coverage (May 29 edition) of the 2015 Blakely Award for Leadership in Historic Preservation, which this year goes to four really cool young people in the Fort Ward neighborhood: Erik Appleberry, Mark Dettman, Aila Ikuse and Kate Merifield.
To the editor: The Bainbridge Island chapter of Partners In Health Engage would like to thank everyone who participated in and supported the 2015 Strides in Solidarity fundraising walk.
To the editor: I must admit to being astounded upon exiting the ferry the other evening having unavoidably been a party to the conversation behind us, wherein a woman was explaining to her friend that she lived at Meadowmeer.
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.