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Eight People and a Dog Rescued from Capsized Boat in Eagle Harbor

31 August 2014

Tonight, August 31, as it was getting dark in Eagle Harbor an 8-year-old girl with her father on a 12-foot skiff heard cries for help coming from the water. She sounded the alarm, and her father sent out a mayday...

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Bainbridge School District 2014-2015 Bus Routes

31 August 2014

Here are the Bainbridge Island School District’s regularly scheduled bus routes for the 2014-2015 school year. The first day of school is Wednesday, September 3. Click to enlarge.                        ...

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Bainbridge Public School Schedules 2014-2015

31 August 2014

Here are the schedules for the Bainbridge Island School District 2014-2015 year. School begins Wednesday, September 3. Early-release Mondays are in effect. Bainbridge High School School Hours: 8:35 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Early Release: 8:35 a.m. – 1:35 p.m. Eagle Harbor...

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IB’s Top Ten Stories in August 2014

31 August 2014

Here are the most-read stories Inside Bainbridge published in August, 2014, in descending order: Girl up a Tree to Save a Forest; Visconsi Set to Pull Her Down and Jail Her The Sharks Among Us in Puget Sound and Jawesome...

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Hop to and Get Your Frog on the Rock Now

30 August 2014

The 36 giant Frogs on the Rock will soon be hopping away. That’s because they’re being auctioned off and sent to live at their forever homes. Eighteen months ago, Islander Karin Lehotsky came up with the idea for a community...

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Astrology Weekly 8/31/14: Stand in Your Power

31 August 2014

Here is the latest Astrology Weekly audio chat by Bainbridge Island astrologer, counselor, and radio personality Aleta McClelland: Listen here. Listen to Aleta’s weekly radio show, Aleta’s Audacity, on www.12radio.com Wednesdays at noon. To make an appointment for a personalized astrological...

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The Honey Bucket That Got Away

30 August 2014

Some three and a half years ago, shortly before the fool’s idea of launching Inside Bainbridge zizzed my brain, something wonderful happened. I drove by a striking scene: A Honey Bucket picked up from an event at Battle Point Park...

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Hide Sparky and Then, If You Don’t Have Ortographobia, Read This

30 August 2014

Ortographobia is the fear of making spelling mistakes, matched in intensity only by technofailophobia, which is a fear that spell check will let you down. If you’re free of these fears and could spell them out loud while standing on...

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Weekend on the Rock, August 29-September 1, 2014: Bloedel on a Blanket & Evening Bell

29 August 2014

Here are Inside Bainbridge recommendations for the long weekend of August 29 to September 1, 2014: 1. Blue Star Museum Military Appreciation Event When: Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Where: Bainbridge Island Historical Museum, 215 Ericksen Ave. NE; Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, 550...

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Murdered Girl’s Family Friend at Court Hearing Calls the Accused a ‘Monster’

28 August 2014

Gabriel Gaeta, the 17-year-old suspect in the rape and murder of his 6-year-old neighbor Jenise Wright, made his second court appearance today, August 28. The scheduled arraignment was meant to determine if Gaeta is fit to stand trial, but the...

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Kitsap’s First Pot Shop the Shape of Things to Come to Bainbridge?

28 August 2014

As legal pot fires up in Washington State, Kitsap County’s first marijuana retailer, Crockpot, opened its doors Sunday, August 24, in Port Orchard. With the voter-mandated passage of legal recreational marijuana in our state, the Washington State Liquor Control Board...

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Inside Bainbridge in a Bad Mood

27 August 2014

The snark factor has been a bit high lately. For example, a reader recently commented, “Could we report on something worth talking about?” I was not aware that the reporting at Inside Bainbridge was done by any one other than...

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Bicyclist Coming Down Steep Hill Hits Car on Highway 305

27 August 2014

A 55-year-old man on a bicycle heading west down extremely steep Lovgreen Road struck a northbound vehicle on Highway 305 late this afternoon at approximately 5:34. Bainbridge Island police responded first at the scene and temporarily closed 305 to through traffic....

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Photo of the Day: Military + Brass + Museums + Quilts

30 August 2014

Yesterday, August 29, in celebration of Military Appreciation Day at three local museums—BIMA, KiDiMu, and Bainbridge Island Historical Museum—the Northwest Navy Band Deception Brass performed in the Island Gateway Plaza. They took a break to visit with the Bainbridge Island...

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In 4th Annual Island Cup Bainbridge Team Wins Boys Under 12/13 Gold Division

30 August 2014

Last weekend, August 22-24, nearly 4,000 people descended upon the Island for fútbol, specifically the Island Cup, a Bainbridge Island Football Club-hosted matchup of kids from more than 70 teams from Washington, Oregon, and Canada. The players at Battle Point...

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Police Blotter 8/28/14: Caught Chainsaw-Handed and Lots of Found Objects

28 August 2014

POLICE BLOTTER August 27 Double Whammy. A vehicle was stopped for nonmoving traffic heading south on 305. A second vehicle steered left of center and then back to the right, colliding with the rear of the first. A witness driver...

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Environment- al Bainbridge Meets Tonight to Prepare for 9/11 Comp Plan Meeting

28 August 2014

The group Environmental Bainbridge is holding an “On the Ground” meeting tonight, August 28, in anticipation of the upcoming Comprehensive Plan update citizen input meeting in September. According to Debbi Lester, tonight’s Environmental Bainbridge meeting is a followup to the KeyBank/Visconsi Mall...

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Bainbridge School District Gets Its Report Card, Looks Good Compared to Rest of State

28 August 2014

Yesterday, August 27, the Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction released performance reports for statewide school districts and schools based on state assessments: Student Progress (MSP), the High School Proficiency Exam, and End-of-Course (EOC) exams. There are at least...

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Who’s Minding Your Kid’s Brain? Meet Spartan Athletic Trainer Amanda Sageser

27 August 2014

Amanda Sageser says it’s good she’s young and has a lot of energy. The reason it’s good is that the hours she maintains might make even a second-year medical resident feel sleepy. Sageser, who is starting her second year in...

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Kiwanis All-Comers Track Meet Results for August 25 2014

27 August 2014

by Jim Whiting  Sky Henderson, Calvin Moe, Jayden Wood-Johnson, AJ Stevens, and Madison Stevens won four events, while Camden Brown, Margaret Hayes, Nalia Jacinto, Arrabella Ollivier, Kirin Toban, and Addy Wilson were all triple winners at Monday’s Kiwanis All-Comers Track...

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Accident on 305 North of Day Road Slows Traffic to Stop and Go

27 August 2014

by Julie Hall and Sarah Lane A two-car accident southbound on Highway 305 north of Day Road occurred this morning, August 27, at approximately 9:23. According to Bainbridge Island Fire Marshal Luke Carpenter, a black sedan struck the rear end...

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Band on the Run: Council Changes Weekly Meeting Day, Again

26 August 2014

Many of us had just gotten used to Bainbridge Island City Council meetings being held on Mondays instead of Wednesdays, a change implemented in February. Leaf wavers take note that the Council has decided to move its meeting time once...

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The Six Madronas Taken Down at Waterfront Park Were Diseased

26 August 2014

In late May, Bainbridge Harbormaster Tami Allen noticed that a madrona near the City’s kiosk at Waterfront Park didn’t look right and seemed to be leaning dangerously close. What she didn’t know was that that particular tree and six others...

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Photos of the Day: Sweet Tooth

26 August 2014

While her companions, two does and another fawn, were content to munch on grass, this young black-tailed deer helped herself to juicy blackberries in their prime right off the vine off of Arrow Point Drive. She also browsed on the...

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Leaf-Brandishing Citizens Counsel the Council on the Comprehensive Plan Update

26 August 2014

Dozens of people showed up to last night’s (August 25) City Council meeting bearing tree leaves to bear witness to the clearcut of 830 trees for the development of a mall at High School and 305 by Ohio-based Visconsi Companies....

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Three New BIPD Officers Take the Oath of Office

25 August 2014

At tonight’s (August 25) City Council meeting three Bainbridge Island Police officers took the oath of office: Deputy Chief Jeffrey Horn and two new patrol officers, Jon Bingham and Jon Ledbetter. Chief Matt Hamner told the Council that when he...

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Bainbridge’s ‘Most Wanted’ Nabbed in Virginia

25 August 2014

At tonight’s (August 25) City Council meeting, Bainbridge Police Chief Matt Hamner announced that the man responsible for the biggest burglary spree in the Island’s history has finally been apprehended. Hamner said that Detective Scott Weiss, who has been the...

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Rock Rent-A-Car Rolls into Town

25 August 2014

With its Back to the Future themed entry (complete with a DeLorean) in this summer’s July Fourth parade, Rock Rent-A-Car swung open its car doors to customers. With a small upstairs office in the back of the former Sterling Bank Building...

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Mailboxes by Beate Meier

Letter to the Editor: Speak Your Mind About the Visconsi Mall at Tonight’s Council Meeting

25 August 2014

Please consider going to the City Council Meeting, Monday, August 25, at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall to stand up and express yourself regarding the Keybank/Visconsi Mall. Arrive early and sign the Public Comment sign in...

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Name That Bird: The Littlest Falcon

25 August 2014

This colorful, feisty raptor is the smallest falcon in North America. Often seen in the Pacific Northwest in open spaces along roads, on wires, and in meadows and farmland, this graceful flyer helicopters on the wing and catches a variety...

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All-Comers Coach Jim Whiting Hits the Stop Watch on His Final Run

24 August 2014

Tomorrow evening, August 25, Jim Whiting is ending his 20-year run as the coach/manager of the popular summer All-Comers track meet series. Whiting started the free weekly meets in 1995 shortly after moving to Bainbridge Island as a way to give...

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Forum Moderator Talks About ‘Bainbridge Islanders’ and Its New Bad Sibling

24 August 2014

Even the most active participants of the Facebook forum Bainbridge Islanders don’t have the dedication to monitor every comment of every thread of the buzzing nearly 3,000-member conversation. But as the group’s administrative lead moderator, Christina Albrecht Tinling, sees it all—the...

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Astrology Weekly 8/24/14: Teacher, Arise

24 August 2014

Here is the latest Astrology Weekly audio chat by Bainbridge Island astrologer, counselor, and radio personality Aleta McClelland: Listen here. Listen to Aleta’s weekly radio show, Aleta’s Audacity, on www.12radio.com Wednesdays at noon. To make an appointment for a personalized astrological...

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