JR Ritchie, Kai Francis, Nathan DeSchryver and Jasiah George. Steve Powell/Bainbridge Island Review photos

Top of the mound, top of the world

4 BI pitchers to play Division 1 college ball

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Skyhawk in Poulsbo started making more products for local customers.

Local businesses survive, some thrive, during COVID

By Mike De Felice Special to Bainbridge Island Review People have faced myriad hardships since the COVID-19 pandemic arose in… Continue reading

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Ethical dilemma: Intent or what we want?

BI council’s new code denies Winslow Hotel

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141 new cases of COVID confirmed in Kitsap

On Monday, the Kitsap Public Health District confirmed 141 new positive cases of COVID over the weekend, bringing the countywide… Continue reading

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Rhys Haydon, a family medicine advanced registered nurse practitioner based in Port Orchard, says virtual visits are the favorite part of his workday. (Virginia Mason Franciscan Health photo)

Virtual health visits of COVID era here to stay

Once COVID-19 hit a little over a year ago, many doctor’s offices started offering online appointments to keep patients safe.… Continue reading

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Nate Deschryver held North Kitsap hitless for five innings on Friday. He also went 2-for-4 at the plate with four RBI. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Deschryver dominates as BI completes sweep of N. Kitsap

Bainbridge completed the home-and-home sweep of North Kitsap on Friday, and once again the man on the mound starred for Continue reading...

Aisha Harrison working on a sculpture. Courtesy Photo

BIMA Zoom event about clay-to-bronze sculpting Sunday

With its continual offerings of Zoom webinars each week, the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art will be holding an Artist Continue reading...

Improvements in lighting over the years. Courtesy Photo

Shedding some light on BI fields

The Bainbridge Island Football (soccer) Club recently made a pitch to the BI Metropolitan Park and Recreation District for lighting Continue reading...

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JR Ritchie threw five shutout innings for Bainbridge and also had two singles and a walk in four plate appearances against North Kitsap on Wednesday. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Bainbridge fires on all cylinders in 10-0 win over N. Kitsap

JR Ritchie did a little bit of everything for Bainbridge in Wednesday’s game against North Kitsap. The junior right-hander pitched Continue reading...


Tax credit for working families passes

By Sydney Brown WNPA News Service A tax credit for working families in Washington passed the Senate in a bipartisan… Continue reading

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2 new REAC members appointed by council

Two new members were recently appointed to the Race Equity Advisory Committee by the Bainbridge Island City Council. Renni Bispham… Continue reading



Debunking the accuracy of the word ‘debunked’

Did I ever tell you about my late Uncle Vernon and the time his slanderous lies about a respected business… Continue reading

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Defending the Karens of the social media world

As parents of three teenage daughters, my wife and I expend a lot of our leisure time managing other people’s… Continue reading

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