To the editor: The committee organizing the Bainbridge High School All Class Reunion has run into some snags. The estimated number of folks attending the event exceeds the size available at the Poulsbo Sons of Norway.
To the editor: The eighth annual National MS Society Bainbridge Island Walk MS is Saturday, April 12, at Bainbridge High School.
To the editor: Once again the speed on Sunrise Drive is getting serious.
To the editor: Fabulous and helpful recent letter to the editor from Clancy Wolf “Lets move past us versus them” regarding all of us using the roadways together.
To the editor: A recent article featured a man who claimed that he burglarized a residence in order to get money to attend Hempfest.
To the editor: We would like to thank the city of Bainbridge for the great hospitality on Feb. 5.
To the editor: This letter is intended to notify the thief or thieves who have been coming into the Mobile Home Park and stealing our garden art and tools that the police are aware of this.
To the editor: We, the Bainbridge Island Educational Support Professional Association, want to say “thank you” to our community for the tremendous support demonstrated in the Feb. 11 election.
To the editor: As a former Islander, who has always been involved in the arts, I'd like to remind folks about a very robust and important artist organization in Bremerton, which is head and shoulders above anything I've seen here or in Europe.
To the editor: The conceit of the elite is astounding. If “income inequality” doesn’t resonate then maybe “opportunity” will. It’s not about caring one whit about opportunity; it’s about “finding an issue.”
To the editor: I am writing to inform my Island neighbors of a very important issue that is being played out at city hall this month, one which will affect all of us who live here, but which is not receiving the attention it deserves, considering what is at stake for Islanders.
To the editor: The holiday season is a time to spend with family and friends, but this can sometimes be difficult for seniors in our community — they may live far from family or be unable to travel due to a medical condition or the expense.
To the editor: I think that chocolate milk should continue to be served in the lunch room.
To the editor: Thank you Bainbridge! The recent Scout Troop 1564 Christmas Tree Recycling event was a great success.
To the editor: I was happy to read recently that legislation was recently introduced to protect some of our best wild places on the Olympic Peninsula for future generations.
To the editor: I attended one of the last meetings on the proposed development at Highway 305 and High School Road. The general drift was that 80-100 citizens do not like the idea.
To the editor: The successful completion of the Bainbridge Island Land Trust’s fundraising campaign for the Hilltop acquisition is great news, and brings us particular satisfaction.
To the editor: Not too many of your readers may know about Smile Partners. That’s because we’re a bit obscure.
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.