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Wednesday, May 20, 2015 -- 12:49 pm
Rowing club heads to national tournament
Bainbridge Coverstations Blog - By David Nelson Four boats from Bainbridge Island Rowing qualified to compete at US Rowing Nationals with performances at the Northwest Youth Championships in Vancouver, Washington on May 16 and 17. The Varsity Boys Lightweight Four (Michael Aber, Schuyler Westerhout, David Goon, John Michael Najarian, cox Nathan Johnson) placed third on the 2,000-meter course to … Continue reading Rowing club heads to national tournament → Read more...
Tuesday, May 19, 2015 -- 1:38 pm
Bainbridge Arts & Crafts names its new director
Bainbridge Coverstations Blog - Bainbridge Arts & Crafts has a new executive director -- Lindsay Masters. Masters, who has been the organization's publicist for more than 2 years, is taking over for Susan Jackson as she retires from the gallery after 13 years. Bainbridge Arts & Crafts is a nonprofit art gallery, founded in 1948. The gallery, located at … Continue reading Bainbridge Arts & Crafts names its new director → Read more...
Tuesday, May 19, 2015 -- 1:25 pm
City eyes Sakai property for new police station
Bainbridge Coverstations Blog - Locations for a new police station are back in front of City Council for discussion with a new site option. The three places being considered are along Madison Avenue. Sakai property on Madison Avenue near New Brooklyn Road, north of the land being bought by the island's park district. Property on New Brooklyn Road by … Continue reading City eyes Sakai property for new police station → Read more...
Friday, May 15, 2015 -- 10:59 am
Last day for election filing
Bainbridge Coverstations Blog - It's the last day of filing for the fall elections. While one City Council member has withdrawn, another has filed. Here is the full list of candidates as of Friday morning: City Council At-large seat Pegeen Mulhern Ron Peltier North Ward Kol Medina Susan D. Bergen, withdrew Central Ward Michael Scott, appointed earlier this year … Continue reading Last day for election filing → Read more...
Thursday, May 14, 2015 -- 5:51 pm
May 15, 2015 front page
Bainbridge Coverstations Blog - All stories can be found at the Kitsap Sun website and the police blotter is on this blog. Tweet This Post Read more...
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 -- 5:28 pm
Candidates begin filing for local elections
Bainbridge Coverstations Blog - While the island's City Council and school board have a handful of seats on this year's election ballot, there is only one race where multiple candidate have filed. City Council Susan Bergen and Kol Medina have filed for the North Ward to replace Anne Blair, who is not running for reelection. Pegeen Mulhern has filed … Continue reading Candidates begin filing for local elections → Read more...
Thursday, May 7, 2015 -- 3:24 pm
Happy Analog Trails: We're Going to Summer Camp
Seattle - ... cooking classes, yoga, slacklining and music from the likes of Bellingham electronic artist Manatee Commune, Bainbridge Island singer/songwriter Zach Fleury and classically trained pianist and singer/songwriter Susy Sun. Rahh recently announced that ... Read more...
Wednesday, May 6, 2015 -- 11:03 am
Who is running for reelection?
Bainbridge Coverstations Blog - Bainbridge Island City Council members Anne Blair and Steve Bonkowski have announced they will not be running for reelection this fall. Each have served one four-year term. Council members Sarah Blossom and Michael Scott said they anticipate filing for reelection. The deadline to file is May 15. Scott was appointed to the council this year after Councilman David Ward … Continue reading Who is running for reelection? → Read more...
Tuesday, May 5, 2015 -- 11:58 pm
City approves off-leash dog trial at Pritchard Park
Bainbridge Coverstations Blog - Pritchard Park will be open to off-leash dogs under voice command all day on Tuesdays and Thursdays, as well as Saturdays before noon. The ordinance was approved by a City Council vote Tuesday night. The off-leash ordinance will go into effect as soon as the city can post signs. The city also plans to add mutt mitt … Continue reading City approves off-leash dog trial at Pritchard Park → Read more...
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 -- 8:49 pm
City goes all green with electric
Bainbridge Coverstations Blog - City Council members voted 5-2 to buy 100 percent green energy for the city. Council members Sarah Blossom and Steve Bonkowski voted against it. Bonkowski said he would vote against it because of the low percent  of residents who participate, which he correlated to green energy support. About 13 percent of islanders participate in Puget Sound … Continue reading City goes all green with electric → Read more...
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 -- 7:05 pm
A Seattle Couple Quit Their Day Jobs to Farm on Bainbridge Island
Seattle Weekly - Sure, it's a Pollyanna dream, but who can argue with the concept? I know not everyone is going to trade a laptop and a BMW for a pitchfork and a tractor, but for some this represents a lifestyle to aspire to. Over the past several years there has been a surge in the number of people wanting to know where their food comes from and how it's grown-just like Alice and Craig Skipton, who left their big-city endeavors and headed to Bainbridge Island seeking to incorporate food and farming into their lives. Read more...
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 -- 3:07 pm
Sailing, rowing teams making a splash
Bainbridge Coverstations Blog - By David Nelson, Bainbridge Islander editor Sailing team takes first in Anacortes The Bainbridge Island High School Sailing Team won first place at the annual Islands Cup regatta in Anacortes on April 11-12. This fleet-racing regatta rotates among various locations in and around the San Juan Islands each year and attracts teams from all over … Continue reading Sailing, rowing teams making a splash → Read more...
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 -- 2:55 pm
Ostling bill signed into law, requiring more police training
Bainbridge Coverstations Blog - The Douglas M. Ostling Act, a measure that will require all Washington law enforcement to receive crisis intervention training, became law when Gov. Jay Inslee signed the bill April 24. Ostling, a mentally ill Bainbridge Island man, was shot and killed by Bainbridge Island police in 2010, and two years later a federal jury determined … Continue reading Ostling bill signed into law, requiring more police training → Read more...
Monday, April 27, 2015 -- 10:26 pm
Shapeshifter Seattle: You call this eco-friendly?
Crosscut.com - The Duwamish in the upper portion of the photo runs straight, Harbor Island to its right awaits sea rise, the Port operates on landfill and Seattle is awaiting a tunnel to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct. Credit: Washington State Department of Transportation/Flickr It's a gorgeous spring day and riding the ferry Puyallup from Bainbridge to Seattle is a bit like being trapped in a pretty postcard. Read more...
Saturday, April 25, 2015 -- 3:53 am
High-school baseball: West Seattle-Bainbridge Island rematch
West Seattle Blog - Baseball rematch at Hiawatha on Friday afternoon for West Seattle High School and Bainbridge Island High School . Thanks to Caryn Johnson for the photos and report: Friday afternoon was the rematch of the two teams that met on Wednesday, West Seattle vs Bainbridge Island,. Read more...
Thursday, April 23, 2015 -- 1:24 pm
April 24, 2015 front page
Bainbridge Coverstations Blog - All stories can be found at the Kitsap Sun website and the police blotter is on this blog. Tweet This Post Read more...
Thursday, April 23, 2015 -- 11:11 am
Bainbridge Bakers ends its online fundraiser
Bainbridge Coverstations Blog - Bainbridge Bakers has canceled the GoFundMe campaign started by one of its employees, said owner Mike Loudon on the company's Facebook page Wednesday night. He said that the business is "putting together a more structured loan option." Labor and Industries confirmed it's investigating five wage complaints lodged against Bainbridge Bakers this year. The GoFundMe campaign was … Continue reading Bainbridge Bakers ends its online fundraiser → Read more...
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 -- 10:08 pm
High-school baseball: West Seattle HS-Bainbridge pitching duel
West Seattle Blog - This afternoon, West Seattle ventured across the water to battle Bainbridge Island. It was an epic duel of two great pitchers. Read more...
Monday, April 20, 2015 -- 12:00 am
Polar Pioneer, carrier ship draw curious eyes to Port Angeles Harbor
Peninsula Daily News - Looming over Port Angeles Harbor, a towering mobile oil rig and its heavy-lift ship have attracted curious sightseers from near and far since their arrival. Sean Rust, 47, of Bainbridge Island spent part of his Sunday afternoon on Ediz Hook photographing the colossal pair of vessels - the MV Blue Marlin and the 355-foot-tall Polar Pioneer rig. Read more...
Saturday, April 18, 2015 -- 10:51 am
Bike club leader's tips for scenic rides in Washington state
Washington Times - ... Park. Cascade Bicycle Club kicks off the cycling season in February with the Chilly Hilly, a 33-mile route around Bainbridge Island. You may have missed that event, but you can still ride the route on your own. See ... Read more...




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