The Review (Bainbridge Island)


The Review (Bainbridge Island)

"The Bainbridge Island Review" is a twice-weekly newspaper in Bainbridge Island, Washington. The "Review" is primarily focused on the town of Winslow and greater Bainbridge Island, which has a fast-growing population of 22,000. The Review is part of the Kitsap Newspaper Group and Sound Publishing Incorporated. The Review earned first place for General Excellence in the 2001 and 2004 Washington Newspaper Publishers Association contest, and third place in 2002, 2003 and 2006 among newspapers with circulations of 5,001-9,000, besting 22 peer publications around Washington state. The Review's news staff earned numerous individual writing honors in 2006, including first place wins for investigative reporting as well as environmental, agricultural and feature writing. A second place honor was awarded for political writing. Coverage of business issues and sports earned the Review two third place awards.

The Woodwards and Japanese internment

In 1941, Bainbridge Island was the first community in the United States to send its Japanese-American residents to internment camps. The "Review" quickly rose to fame for being the only newspaper on the West Coast to openly criticise President Franklin D. Roosevelt's order. A Bainbridge Island school, Woodward Middle School is named in honor of Walter Woodward's wife Milly Woodward, then a co-editor at the "Review".

External links

* [http://www.bainbridgereview.com/ Bainbridge Island Review]


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