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Parents walked out of Christmas House, some with carts piled high with toys that their children will unwrap on Christmas morning. But it wasn’t what… Continue reading
A holiday pop-up shop filled with heart and handmade gifts.
The well-lit habitat attracts all kinds of creatures.
As my Navy recruiter waited in his car with the engine running at the top of our driveway, I stood with my parents on the… Continue reading
Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman said when her office discovered suspicious IP addresses last year, they had a “high suspicion” the addresses belonged to… Continue reading
The Municipal League of King County recently rated nearly 50 candidates running for local races in King County. For Kirkland’s 48th Legislative District, the league… Continue reading
Volunteers found them sleeping in parking garages, in vehicles, under structures and roadways, in bushes and other areas.
The good, the bad — and the ugly. This is how economist Joseph Quinlan divides “Trumponomics” as he described how some of the president-elect’s fiscal… Continue reading
Most people would help a fallen man on his feet and then go their separate ways, says Ruth Reynolds, a resident at Woodlands at Forbes Lake retirement community. But not Cliff Smart.
After the City of Kirkland axed funding for its annual Polar Plunge event, nearly 50 people still showed up on New Year's Day to plunge… Continue reading
Throwing some beer in the mix of UFOs, big foot sightings and snowmen made from dirt and straw, Cable Griffith has raised the level of… Continue reading
Some helpful people she has never met before have helped 17-year-old Merita on her journey from Albania to Kirkland.
The Washington state House of Representatives approved a bill late Thursday that could bring an end to the Houghton Community Council (HCC).
A Montana man charged in the 1996 cold case murder of a Kirkland woman pleaded not guilty today in King County Superior Court.
A Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldier will soon return to King County to face charges of murdering a Kirkland woman last November, after he received a bad conduct discharge from the U.S. Army.
Kirkland Cub Scout Troop No. 595 recently visited the Kirkland Reporter office to learn what it takes to produce a newspaper.
Police are searching for an armed suspect who in plain view robbed the Chase Bank in the Kingsgate neighborhood Monday and fled on foot. Making no attempt to hide his face, the suspect passed a demand note to the bank teller and showed that he was armed with a knife at 12:40 p.m. Monday.
All four Kirkland City Council positions have challengers, thanks to some last-minute moves Friday.