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IB’s Top 10 Stories in January 2015

Here are the 10 most-read articles Inside Bainbridge published in the month of January, 2015, in descending order: Family Says Abbott Will Not Survive Injuries from Biking Accident Former Manager of Ray’s Automotive Arrested Perspectives on Wednesday’s Rescue of a Man Who Jumped off the Ferry More Details on Biking Coach Jay Abbott’s Accident Big…

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IB Comments on Its Commenting Policy

Over the years we have wrestled with comment moderation. It’s nearly impossible to articulate the parameters that define what is an acceptable comment, and it is laborious to evaluate each one of the many we get to determine whether it crosses that invisible line into the realm of unacceptable. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart…

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Did You Know IB Has an App? Now It’s Improved

You probably didn’t know because we have done little until now to promote it, but Inside Bainbridge has an app to facilitate following us on your phone and tablet. We just improved it, making it easier to use and easier on the eyes. It includes access to our articles, comments, calendar, ferry cams, weather, YouTube page, Twitter…

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IB’s Top 10 Stories in December 2014

Here are the 10 most-read stories Inside Bainbridge published in the month of December, 2014, in descending order: Family of Woman Run Over By Car Calls for Community Prayers Kathy Dunn Dies A Tribute to Kathy Dunn, 1943-2014 Man Who Drove Over Bainbridge Woman Was Not Substance-Impaired BHS Teacher and Coach Mike Roe Dies Suddenly…

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A Look Back at IB’s Top Stories of 2014

Here are the most-read stories Inside Bainbridge published in 2014. There are some hard losses, including deaths of beloved Islanders; impressive rescues, such as the capsized boaters pulled from Puget Sound by an 8-year-old girl and her father; and near misses, like the father and daughter who survived an 80-foot fall from a bluff. If the list…

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IB’s Top Ten Stories in October 2014

Here are the most-read stories Inside Bainbridge published in October, 2014, in descending order: Baby Delivered on Wednesday’s 5:20 A.M. Ferry from Bainbridge Four Swallows Restaurant Closes Want to Help Last Night’s Accident Victim? Man in Wheelchair Hit by Pickup in Winslow Airlifted for Treatment Car Veers and ‘Cartwheels’ Over 200 Feet off Eagle Harbor…

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Red Envelope Nonprofits: Get Your Half-Price Ad While the Gettin’s Good

It’s that time of year again, and we want to help you get the support you need and deserve for your good work in our community. With over 3 million readers in three years and an audience that has climbed to nearly 6,000 views a day, Inside Bainbridge is THE place to be noticed. And now…

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IB’s Top Ten Stories in September 2014

Here are the most-read stories Inside Bainbridge published in September, 2014, in descending order: Bainbridge Teacher Michael Anderson Dies Whistleblower Tells What Really Happened to the Tacoma Ferry and Why It Could Happen Again Three-Year-Old Girl and Father Fall off 80-Foot Bluff at Hidden Cove Holy Heart Failure Batman! Navy Growlers Buzz Bainbridge Thursday Night…

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12,000 Eyeballs a Day: Half-Priced Ad Deals Now for All One Call Orgs

Calling all One Call for All nonprofits and those who value and support them! We love what you do, and we want to help you get the support you deserve during red envelope season. As Bainbridge Island’s number one news and information source, Inside Bainbridge commands a huge readership averaging nearly 6,000 views a day. Yes,…

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Some of IB’s Favorite Story Titles

Ah, the art and science of titling. A bad title can sink an article, while a good one can set it aloft. The topic often dictates the title, but there are those times when the title inspires the content. Getting it right can be a minor agony, but when it trips off the mind in…

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Inside Bainbridge Hacked

Yesterday evening, September 6, Inside Bainbridge’s website was inaccessible to readers for 2-3 hours. Those attempting to log onto IB received a message requesting a password. Readers wrote in to ask what was going on and if we had instituted a paywall. No. Inside Bainbridge remains free to all, with no password or payment necessary…

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IB’s Top Ten Stories in 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 Factoids National Manhunt for Suspect Linked to 24 Bainbridge Burglaries Ordway & BHS Get Left…

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Inside Bainbridge in a Bad Mood

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 myself and Sarah Lane. As far as I know the people doing that work seven…

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IB’s Top 10 Stories in July 2014

Here are the 10 most-read articles Inside Bainbridge published during July, 2014, in descending order: WSF Has a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Both Directions of Seattle-Bainbridge Island Ferry Service Suspended Hammy’s: Lynwood Center’s New Old-Style Hamburger Joint Bainbridge’s New Stone Mosaic ‘Labyrinth’ Is a Tour de Force (w/ Photo Gallery) Bainbridge Procession…

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IB’s Top 10 Stories in June 2014

Here are the 10 most-read articles Inside Bainbridge published during June, 2014, in descending order: Big Cats on Your Mind? Cougars on Bainbridge Suicide Shooting at Bainbridge’s Strawberry Cannery Cove Four Coyote Puppies at West Sound Wildlife Shelter Need Your Help Ferry on Foot to Bainbridge: 37 Things to Do Downtown Historic Winslow Drug Changes…

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IB’s Top 10 Stories in May 2014

Here are the 10 most-read articles Inside Bainbridge published during May, 2014, in descending order (the first is always our most-read article): Ferry on Foot to Bainbridge: 37 Things to Do Downtown Got a Subaru? A Honda? Lock it Up, Say Police Photos of the Day: Parking Fee Station at Battle Point Park ‘a Lawsuit…

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Last Chance to Vote for Your Bainbridge Favorites

Voting is now closed. —————————- Here’s a friendly reminder that the voting period for the 2014 ibbi—Inside Bainbridge Best of the Island—awards ends at midnight on May 15. If you haven’t voted yet for your favorite Bainbridge Island places and businesses it’s not too late. Retail establishments must have brick-and-mortar outlets on Bainbridge. Service providers…

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A Postcard to Bainbridge

Dear Readers: Hello from southern Utah! Your faithful Inside Bainbridge editors are on a much-needed vacation. Although it pained us not to inform you about the one-boat ferry service yesterday, May 3, we were happy to be hiking in a glorious slot canyon in the hinterlands of southern Utah without cell service. We were amusedly…

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IB’s Top Ten Stories in April 2014

Here are the 10 most-read articles Inside Bainbridge published during April, 2014, in descending order (the first is always our most-read article): Ferry on Foot to Bainbridge: 37 Things to Do Downtown Bainbridge Man Killed in Edmonds Drug Deal Police Have a Sketch of the Suspect Wanted in More Than 20 Burglaries Man with Measles…

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Rumors About Inside Bainbridge . . . Dude, Read This

If you’ve lived on Bainbridge Island for five minutes you know that rumors here strike and spread as quickly as lightning. For those wondering: No, at Inside Bainbridge we are not shuttering our website, not stopping our coverage, not closing the door on our powerfully large and intelligent readership, not walking away from our unique…

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