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In file photo from 2020, nonprofits discuss priorities. Courtesy photos
Nonprofits doing better than thought during COVID

When Gov. Jay Inslee announced the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order in… Continue reading

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The labyrinth.
Lookout with labyrinth, prayer wheel donated to BI Parks Foundation

Halls Hill Lookout and Labyrinth, a beautiful meditative landscape that overlooks Blakely… Continue reading

File photo of the memorial. Courtesy photos
Japanese American Memorial event postponed to Feb. 27

Newest addition, the dock, cannot be accessed yet

Bainbridge Island finally got its winter snow this week, but it only lasted a few days. Rebecca Barker said her family moved here two years ago from Canada and got a “little slice of home” with the snow as Michael, 6, built a snowman, complete with the COVID-19 safety mask of course. Meanwhile, Jim Beyea dug up this photo of the ferry in Bainbridge Island pulling out of the dock with the Olympics in the background. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for the Bainbridge Island area Saturday. Last Thursday, city Operations Maintenance crews began working 12-hour shifts to provide 24-hour coverage. The city followed its Snow and Ice Control Plan that includes priority streets for response; crews focus first on main roads then neighborhood streets. The city is not operating the Severe Weather Shelter on Bainbridge Island this year due to COVID-19. But the Kitsap County Severe Weather Shelter in Poulsbo has been open at the Gateway Fellowship Church, 18901 8th Ave. Subscribe to shelter activation notifications by texting KITSAPSWS to 898-211. 
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A patient gets a COVID-19 vaccine. Courtesy of Kitsap Public Health District
First dose vaccine appointments fill up quickly at Senior Center

The city of Bainbridge Island announced Tuesday morning that COVID-19 vaccine first… Continue reading

Bainbridge Library and KRL Virtual Events

Bainbridge Library and KRL Virtual Events Virtual Teen Truth Tea Time Friday,… Continue reading

Abi Subramanian
BI teen wins 3 awards with climate documentary

Abi Subramanian of Bainbridge Island was homeschooled and as a result says… Continue reading

“Amelia and J.P,” a homegrown series on YouTube, features a digital nomad couple living and touring Ecuador, nestled in northwest South America’s Andes Mountains. (YouTube image)
Mediascape: YouTube channels are the next best thing to traveling the globe

Slice-of-life home-grown series offer a refreshing take on life elsewhere

Millennial picks his favorites to binge watch

While many of us have ultimately watched too much television since the… Continue reading

House of Cards
Tired of Christmas shows? Binge-watch these

Boomer gives his selections on what to view

Jeff Oens adds detail to an owl. Steve Powell/Bainbridge Island Review photographs
Ex-cowboy an accomplished bronze sculptor

A former rodeo cowboy, taxidermist and meter reader is now one of… Continue reading