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Grief is a confusing emotion to deal with. Photo by Alex Green from Pixels

Tips to help BI deal with tragedy

The high school principal sent words of support and a Bainbridge Island support group released a video to help the community deal with its grief… Continue reading

  • Mar 22, 2021
Grief is a confusing emotion to deal with. Photo by Alex Green from Pixels
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BIMA virtual paper animation workshop March 27

Local artist Clyde Petersen will teach about making homemade movies with accessible materials

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North Kitsap briefs

Kids Museum Kids Discovery Museum is hosting a virtual event April 5-11 across Bainbridge Island. KiDiMu’s Explore Bainbridge will spark children’s curiosity through play and… Continue reading

  • Mar 20, 2021
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Expert: BI could be a walking, biking community

Because of its relatively small size, Bainbridge Island could easily become a walking and biking community. “In Bainbridge you can do anything you want. All… Continue reading

  • Mar 19, 2021
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Bike trail idea: A mountain of debate

Two large groups of people will face off in front of the Bainbridge Island parks commissioners to decide if mountain bike trails will be built… Continue reading

  • Mar 19, 2021
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Flowers and other items were placed at the front of Bainbridge High School Wednesday to honor the three students who were killed in a single-vehicle rollover Tuesday. Tyler Shuey/Bainbridge Island Review

3 BHS students die in single-vehicle rollover

Coroner: cause of death was “head and neck trauma” while manner was “accidental”

Flowers and other items were placed at the front of Bainbridge High School Wednesday to honor the three students who were killed in a single-vehicle rollover Tuesday. Tyler Shuey/Bainbridge Island Review
Members play doubles while wearing masks at the Bainbridge Athletic Club. Tyler Shuey/Bainbridge Island Review photos

Local businesses glad to be moving into Phase 3

M’s, Sounders, prep sports all at 25% capacity

Members play doubles while wearing masks at the Bainbridge Athletic Club. Tyler Shuey/Bainbridge Island Review photos

BI lawmaker’s bill would help employees

Angelica Relente Columbia Basin Herald A bill moving through the state Legislature would allow workers to bring legal action if labor laws are not upheld.… Continue reading

988 would help suicide situations

By Joseph Claypoole WNPA News Service Connecting people considering suicide with immediate help is the aim of a proposed law that funds a 988 emergency… Continue reading

Legislature working on bills related to police

By Sydney Brown WNPA News Service Limits on the use of force by police and investigations of officers who have a pattern of misconduct continue… Continue reading

30 schools would need to change mascot under bill

By Sydney Brown WNPA News Service Ivy Pete remembers attending high school football games in her hometown. But instead of pride for her school, she… Continue reading

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Additional COVID-related death confirmed in Kitsap, 90 total

Over past two weeks, Kitsap’s positive case rate per 100,000 residents is 68

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New tier eligible for vaccines in BI

BI Community Pharmacy vaccinates 1,556 people at Commodore clinic last weekend

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Attendance continues to be a concern at BISD

Attendance in the Bainbridge Island School District has dropped about 500 students in the past decade, and officials are planning that trend to continue, meaning… Continue reading

  • Mar 16, 2021
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Experts give tips on dealing with sexual assault

When talking to someone about consent regarding sex, don’t forget the FRIES and cookies. Helen Burke of Bainbridge Youth Services said consent needs to be… Continue reading

  • Mar 15, 2021
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Added car-tab tax to pay for traffic calming

The Bainbridge Island City Council this week approved a proposal that outlines the next steps on spending from the Transportation Benefit District fund to support… Continue reading

  • Mar 15, 2021
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BI man part of $6 million effort against malaria

Jeff Pritchard, longtime Bainbridge Island resident and board chairman of Malaria Partners International, is part of a partnership that has announced a $6 million investment… Continue reading

  • Mar 14, 2021
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Experts sought as BI debates police, court facility

Outside experts likely will be looking at the process of the former Harrison Medical Center becoming a facility for Bainbridge Island police and courts. The… Continue reading

  • Mar 13, 2021
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Despite statistics that show COVID-19 vaccines are effective, a substantial number of people are hesitant to receive their vaccination.

Despite statistics, some still hesitate to get COVID-19 immunization

The effectiveness of the vaccines stands at an impressive 95 and 94 percent, respectively, for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, health officials say.

  • Mar 13, 2021
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Despite statistics that show COVID-19 vaccines are effective, a substantial number of people are hesitant to receive their vaccination.
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Schools survey BI about equity

The Bainbridge Island School District is asking the community to respond to a survey regarding Race, Equity and Identity. The survey asks basic questions like… Continue reading

  • Mar 12, 2021
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