A rash of mail theft was reported around the island in the last
two weeks. Several residents returned home from trips to find
suspiciously small amounts of mail in their mailboxes and expected
deliveries missing. In one case a locking mailbox had been pried
Also this week, an $800 dinghy departed an Agate Passage home,
and a driver reported hitting a mysterious pedestrian on Winslow
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Here’s the Friday preview: Bainbridge edition for Feb. 15.
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Above, about 25 islanders took joined a One Billion Rising demonstration
in Winslow Thursday, part of global protest for gender equality and
against violence toward women. (Tad Sooter photo)
National Weather service is predicting a damp holiday weekend.
Expect showers and highs in the high 40s.
Sports: Let the state meets begin. Qualifying
gymnasts travel to the Tacoma Dome this evening for their state
tournament while the state swimming prelims begin at the King
County Aquatic Center.
Six Bainbridge wrestlers, including two district
for the Mat Classic, which also opens Friday in Tacoma. State
tournament action continues Saturday.
The Bainbridge boys and girls basketball teams were
swept from the district tournament last weekend.
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