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New EvergreenHealth wing a blend of “high tech and high care”

Bob Malte, CEO of EvergreenHealth, had few extra comments scribbled on his notes for opening remarks at the dedication ceremony for the hospital’s $23.6 million… Continue reading

 

Ex-boyfriend arrested after stealing Kirkland woman’s dog, dumping in Bellevue | Kirkland police blotter

The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical round-up of all calls to the Kirkland Police… Continue reading

 

Hearing Examiner denies local appeal, upholds city decision on Seaplane company

The Kirkland Hearing Examiner denied an appeal by local residents, an attempt to block seaplane tourism on the Kirkland waterfront, in a decision on Feb.… Continue reading

 

Kirkland dentist pleads not-guilty to assault, weapons charges

A Kirkland dentist pleaded not-guilty to assault and weapons charges stemming from a late-night incident in December on Wednesday at the King County Courthouse in… Continue reading

Man caught by Kirkland police dog after breaking into Lake Washington High School

An intoxicated man broke into Lake Washington High School last week, in the middle of the night, and eventually surrendered to Kirkland’s police dog, Thor.… Continue reading

Prosecutor: Kirkland dentist pointed gun at military veteran outside Juanita Pub

A Kirkland dentist has been charged with second-degree assault and unlawful discharge of a laser after a late-night incident in which he threatened a military… Continue reading

Kirkland Performance Center events in March

March opens with a night of soul, as English-born James Hunter takes the stage with his band at 8 p.m. tomorrow night. Hunter has been… Continue reading

Kirkland Performance Center receives a little help from its friends

Creme Tangerine, a Kirkland-based Beatles cover band, performed on Feb. 24 at Kirkland Performance Center as part of the venue’s ‘Come Together’ benefit event. The… Continue reading

EvergreenHealth to open new inpatient wing on Monday

EvergreenHealth will crack the glass on a gleaming new post-op wing on Monday, March 6, the first of several upcoming expansion projects at Kirkland’s largest… Continue reading

Arrests following assaults at Juanita Pub, Central Tavern | Kirkland police blotter

The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical round-up of all calls to the Kirkland Police… Continue reading

School bus slides into ditch during Monday snowstorm, no kids onboard

A Lake Washington School District bus slid into a ditch after surprise snowfall hit the district on Monday morning. District Communications Director Kathryn Reith said… Continue reading

Northwest University women pick up three all-conference honors

Northwest University sophomore Miranda Langenhorst was named to the all-Cascade Collegiate Conference women’s basketball team on Monday afternoon. Langenhorst, who led the Eagles in scoring,… Continue reading

Heroin, ammunition seized after shoplifting incident at Juanita Goodwill | Kirkland police blotter

The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical round-up of all calls to the Kirkland Police… Continue reading

Lake Washington School District adds make-up days to school year calendar

Lake Washington School District students will have to wait a few extra days for summer break, thanks to a handful of snow days earlier this… Continue reading

Creme Tangerine to perform benefit concert at KPC on Friday

It doesn’t matter what year you were born or which music you prefer — most will recognize the Beatles’ iconic tune ‘Come Together’ after a… Continue reading

Coyotes edge Northwest University men in conference tournament

Aitor Zubizarreta hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with a minute remaining as the College of Idaho mens basketball team dealt Northwest a loss in the Cascade… Continue reading

Lake Washington, Juanita swimmers wrap up season at state

Juanita High senior Charie Kullman finished 12th overall in the 100-yard butterfly at the Class 3A Swim and Dive State Championships on Feb. 18 at… Continue reading

Lake Washington gymnastics takes third at state

Kirkland has a rising gymnastics star in Lake Washington High freshman Audrey Arnold. Arnold tied for first in the finals for floor routine and finished… Continue reading

Lake Washington’s Giffard, Castro fall short of placing matches at Mat Classic

Lake Washington High junior Hunter Giffard made it through the first round of consolation before bowing out of the Class 3A 132-pound bracket at the… Continue reading

What will happen to Juanita High students during the rebuild in 2019? District to give answers on March 1

A vision for a new Juanita High School and the two-year transition during construction is beginning to take shape, and community members will get another… Continue reading