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Planting for the harvest

  • Aug 2, 2008 at 1:00AM updated Aug 3, 2008 at 12:37AM

To get to her farm, Ruth Carr follows a steep, wooded trail down a bank to a stretch of shoreline just north of Port Madison.

Bainbridge mom hopes to eliminate plastic produce bags

  • Aug 2, 2008 at 12:00AM updated at 9:44AM

Heather Hadley has always been interested in keeping the environment in which she lives healthy, but after giving birth to son Breckin, it suddenly became more personal.

Bainbridge residents split over waterfront development

  • Aug 2, 2008 at 12:00AM updated at 9:40AM

It was high tide at City Hall Wednesday, as a sea of islanders flooded the council chambers for a public hearing on a controversial proposal that would tighten the city’s restrictions on waterfront development.  

Tapping the power of one

  • Aug 2, 2008 at 12:00AM

Several years ago, I read a book called “The Power of One.” I was reminded of that title when I learned of what happened after Linda Coble wrote a letter to the Bainbridge Review lamenting the city’s decision to not hang, or fund, the traditional flower baskets on Winslow Way this summer.

Return of the green and its many friends

  • Aug 2, 2008 at 12:00AM

First, let me remind all that we now live in a condo at the Vineyard, for this column is all about living in a “green” development.

IN OUR OPINION ‘Parking lot’ irks neighbors

  • Aug 2, 2008 at 12:00AM

Business and residential members of the Rolling Bay neighborhood held a raucous meeting Thursday night in City Hall, often angrily airing their opinions about the recent parking of two or three dozen cars on the large vacant lot at Valley Road and Sunrise Drive. The group, numbering about 50, also had heated discussion about the city’s handling of the permit process regarding the remodeling of the building occupied by Rolling Bay Automotive.

Project Backpack: It’s time for Project Backpack reg

  • Aug 2, 2008 at 12:00AM

Project Backpack: It’s time for Project Backpack registration! Call Helpline House 842-7621 for assistance with back to school needs. Donation drop-off is 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Fri at Helpline House, 282 Knechtel Way.

BUSINESS BRIEFING

  • Aug 2, 2008 at 12:00AM

The Blue Ocean Café, which opened three months ago in the Meridian Complex at 360 Knechtel Way, was created to establish a place where islanders and business people can meet or attend special group seminars and presentations.

All-Stars sent home from state

  • Aug 2, 2008 at 12:00AM

The Bainbridge Island Little League Majors All-Stars’ journey concluded last Saturday as Richmond Little League defeated them by a score of 13-5. The semi-final loss ended a 44-day odyssey for manager Greg Wellbrock’s charges.

Roller hockey keeps on rolling

  • Aug 2, 2008 at 12:00AM

The Bainbridge Island Roller Hockey League finished another top-notch season last Saturday at the roller rink at Battle Point Park with several intense playoff games. Many were decided by one goal or two, with one heading to overtime and a shootout.

Reveling in the possibilities

  • Aug 2, 2008 at 12:00AM

Revelation, reveling, “Revelada.” The last doesn’t appear in an English-language dictionary, but it has a certain ring to it.

A vote for ‘none of the above?’

  • Aug 2, 2008 at 12:00AM

Imagine it’s November 2009, and you’ve just stepped into a voting booth.

Bainbridge site is Kitsap County ‘flagship’ for adult day care

  • Jul 30, 2008 at 10:00AM

Islander Maggie Mackey doesn’t walk or speak, but for the last five years she has found a social outlet among the group of regulars at Elder and Adult Day Services in Bremerton.

Bainbridge Island Review Letters to the Editor | July 30 (continued)

  • Jul 30, 2008 at 4:00PM

What does it matter to the dead, the maimed, the widowed, the orphaned, whose homes and work are destroyed, whose cities lie in ruins, whether the mad destruction is done in the name of brutal dictators or in the name of noble defenders of peace and democracy?

Bainbridge Island Review Letters to the Editor | July 30

  • Jul 30, 2008 at 4:00PM

It’s a disgrace that it took the FDA over three months to trace the salmonella saintpaul outbreak to jalapeno peppers, and to finally only be able to “warn” us to not eat jalapenos and serranos on July 21. (Thanks to food industry lobbyists, the FDA lacks mandatory recall authority.)

Bainbridge dialoge contentious, but involved

  • Jul 30, 2008 at 3:00PM

Some islanders would like everyone in the community to get along and to settle their disagreements with civility and calm. That would be nice, but it isn’t always going to happen on an island that has a recent history of heated dispute over its makeup and the direction it has taken. However, while the dialogue has been contentious at times, generally it has been healthy since Bainbridge Island’s voters decided on Nov. 6, 1990, to annex all of the island to Winslow, which a year later became the City of Bainbridge Island.

Bainbridge's Farmstock Festival — it’s all in the family

  • Jul 30, 2008 at 2:00PM

Art and music festivals on the island tend to be family friendly. And whether by happenstance or design, this year’s Farmstock Festival of the Arts also turned out to be a family affair.

The life aquatic of the bivalve is fascinating

  • Jul 30, 2008 at 12:00AM

Here’s something: Did you know that the sedentary lifestyle of your average bivalve has caused it to develop a very simple nervous system, a nervous system so simple that it does not even include a brain? As those of you with access to Wikipedia know, bivalves are aquatic mollusks with two-part symmetrical shells. Popular bivalves include our friends the scallop, clam, oyster and mussel. Although scallops can swim, most bivalves spend their lives firmly attached to flat surfaces or buried in the sand, feeding themselves by siphoning off passing particles, reproducing asexually, and getting by just fine without a functioning brain. The more I learn about bivalves, the more they remind me of my high school friend Reuben.

Q&A on proposed CAO revisions

  • Jul 30, 2008 at 12:00AM

The City of Bainbridge Island is considering revisions to the Critical Area Ordinance to better protect the health of Puget Sound. After hearing concerns from some of our neighbors and friends, we believe myths are being spread that need to be corrected. Below are some of the common questions, along with answers based on what’s stated in the draft and existing regulations, as well as on conversations with city officials. We think it is important to help people understand the draft ordinance because the proposed regulations are not a threat. They represent a really positive step toward preserving and rehabilitating the Sound.

WHAT’S HAPPENING

  • Jul 30, 2008 at 12:00AM

Let the free

FYI

  • Jul 30, 2008 at 12:00AM

police blotter

Kitsap All-Stars make their mark at AS game

  • Jul 30, 2008 at 12:00AM

The Kitsap BlueJackets didn’t have the most representatives at the 2008 West Coast Collegiate Baseball League All-Star Game July 15.

Around the island

  • Jul 30, 2008 at 12:00AM

Island’s growth rate hits low

BIPD officers getting personal

  • Jul 30, 2008 at 12:00AM

There is an intrinsic challenge faced by the Bainbridge Police Department.

Meet me at the corner of community and creativity

  • Jul 30, 2008 at 12:00AM

Frog Rock. The mural wall near Eagledale Park. The paint rock at Bainbridge High School. Even the Dalmatian-spotted fire hydrants at Manitou Beach and Edgecombe drives.

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