New Kirkland store offers style with a purpose

Manager Bri Welk helps stylist Gabby Bontrager try on different clothes at Purpose Boutique’s new store in downtown Kirkland off Central Way. It is the second store for the business, which first opened in Bremerton last year and specializes in offering affordable clothing and jewelry while being ethically responsible with the source of their products. The owners also donate a portion of the profits to charity.  - TJ Martinell, Kirkland Reporter
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Purpose Boutique’s owners hope to repeat their successful combination of clothing and charitable giving in Kirkland as they’ve had in Bremerton.

City of Kirkland receives grant money for Totem Lake wetlands projects

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The city of Kirkland has received $300,000 in flood grant money from King County, which is expected to cover projects already underway in the Totem Lake Business District.

Public health officials are actively preparing for potentially monitoring, treating Ebola patients

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Public health agencies throughout the country are reviewing their procedures for treatment of individuals who have contracted the Ebola virus.

Kirkland Council adopts marijuana odor regulations

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The Kirkland City Council has adopted interim regulations to control marijuana odor in anticipation of new businesses moving into the city.


Andy Hill has helped change Olympia | Letter

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If you’ve had the chance to meet Andy Hill, you know how genuine a person he is. As our state senator, he’s been just as genuine in following through on the promises he made when he first ran four years ago.

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