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Jenise Wright finally laid to rest

  • Today at 5:21PM

BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Jenise Wright was laid to rest by family and friends today at Greenacres Memorial Park in Ferndale.

Bainbridge blotter | Alleged assault at Visconsi protest

  • Today at 4:19PM

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.

Jerre Geanne Waite | PASSAGES

  • Today at 4:15PM

Jerre Waite died peacefully at her apartment at the Madison on Bainbridge Island on Aug. 13, 2014. She was surrounded by family and friends and her beloved cat, George.

Bernard George Klimek | PASSAGES

  • Today at 4:09PM

Bernard George Klimek passed away April 4, 2014.

Cruisin’ for a good cause: Car shows bring in thousands for Project Backpack | SLIDESHOW

  • Today at 1:23PM

The Bainbridge Island Classic Car Cruise-In wrapped up another summer of fundraising for Project Backpack with an overflow crowd of choice cars and auto enthusiasts on Tuesday, Aug. 26.

PHC Construction earns Built Green Hammer award

  • Today at 2:00PM

PHC Construction of Bainbridge Island has been honored with a 2014 Built Green Hammer award by the Master Builders Association.

Everyone has their favorites at the Kitsap County Fair

  • Today at 2:00PM

Thousands of people made their way to the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede last weekend during five days of sun and fun. Each and every one of them had their own reasons for coming and their own favorite event.

Auditions coming for ‘Peter Pan’ musical

  • Today at 2:00PM

Ovation! Musical Theatre Bainbridge will hold auditions for the family musical classic “Peter Pan” (Broadway version) on Saturday, Sept. 13 at its Winslow studio (600 Ericksen, Suite 103).

BHS student featured in Tacoma exhibition

  • Today at 12:00PM

The varied and numerous images on display in the Tacoma Art Museum’s latest photography exhibit have practically nothing in common — they encompass portraits, landscapes and some more abstract subjects. They were, however all created by photographers still in high school, including Laurel Heater of Bainbridge High School.

Ranger and the Re-Arrangers return to BIMA for September concert

  • Today at 12:00PM

Gypsy jazz band Ranger and the Re-Arrangers will play a special concert event at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13 featuring the varied and unique stylings of three separate vocalists.

Girls needed for new Olympic Girls’ Choir

  • Today at 12:00PM

Auditions are coming for girls who want to join the Olympic Girls’ Choir, the newest member of the Bainbridge Chorale youth choral program.

14U Boys Blues defend IC crown

  • Today at 11:24AM

Coach Tim Self’s 14U Boys team held on to their trophy for another year at the Island Cup at Battle Point this weekend to wrap up another successful summer run of tournament play for the team.

Last All-Comers Track Meet boasts five big winners

  • Today at 11:20AM

Monday’s Kiwanis All-Comers Track Meet brought the season to a close with the usual diverse crowd of participants and picture-perfect summer evening running weather.

Enrollment gets underway for fall programs at Ovation!

  • Today at 11:16AM

Ovation! Musical Theatre Bainbridge’s Performing Arts Academy (OPAA) is now enrolling students now for its fall programs, which begin on Monday, Sept. 8.

Bainbridge Island hires growth planning expert

  • Today at 11:09AM

The city of Bainbridge Island has hired an expert in growth management to help the city update its comprehensive plan, the expansive policy document that guides growth and development on the island.

Public forum will tackle health care

  • Today at 11:08AM

A public forum on universal health care (single payer, improved Medicare-for-all) will be presented by members of Health Care for All and Physicians for a National Health Program next month in Poulsbo.

On Window Fans and Air Conditioning | TOM PURCELL

  • Today at 11:03AM

Even on the hottest nights of the summer, my father knew how to make our house ice cold.

Outcry over development continues at city meeting, residents ask Bainbridge officials to make changes

  • Aug 28, 2014 at 1:50PM

After a two-day tree sit, Seattle television coverage and more than a hundred Bainbridge citizens picketing did little to stop some 800 trees from being cut down at the site of an impending shopping center on High School Road, last week’s multi-day protest migrated to city hall Monday.

City of Bainbridge Island seeks projects to support tourism

  • Today at 11:00AM

Bainbridge Island is seeking proposals for projects to receive funding under the Civic Improvement Fund.

Peck earns place on Baylor dean’s list

  • Today at 11:00AM

Stephanie Peck, a 2013 graduate of Bainbridge High School, has been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

Bainbridge Island teen chosen for Congress of Future Medical Leaders

  • Today at 10:51AM

Laken Kruger, a senior at Bainbridge Island High School and a Running Start sophomore student at Olympic Community College, has been nominated to attend the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 14, 15 and 16.

Oil train shipments pose a significant threat | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

  • Today at 10:47AM

To the editor: We applaud the Bainbridge City Council for not only passing a resolution to restrict the transport of oil through our state, but actually strengthening the draft we presented.

Our city council is ultimately to blame | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

  • Today at 10:42AM

To the editor: Today is Aug. 20, 2014. A sad day for all those that believe in the concepts of the Comprehensive Plan. For today, the Visconsi island rampage began.

Washington's big guns come out for I-594 | THE PETRI DISH

  • Today at 10:40AM

Our state’s super wealthy social changers are at it again.

Today's cartoon for Saturday, Aug. 30

  • Today at 10:33AM

Today's cartoon is by John Cole, The Scranton Times-Tribune.

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