Madeline Coats

Performers take over the main stage at Summerfest in 2018. This year features an 1980s night on Friday, a dance party on Saturday and a youth music program on Sunday. Photo courtesy of Stefan Photography

Kirkland Summerfest features new music and family friendly events

Music, art and family fun takes place on July 26-28 at the Kirkland waterfront.

 

A sign in 132nd Square Park updates residents on the potential improvements taking place within the park. Madeline Coats/staff photo

Kirkland park board reviews concepts for 132nd Square Park

The city aims to better manage stormwater in Totem Lake/Juanita Creek basin.

 

Northwest University awaits approval of 20-year master plan

Plan includes the addition of four new structures and the replacement of three existing buildings.

 

Volunteer Robert Moreno removes invasive species from the conservation site behind Lake Washington Christian Church. Madeline Coats/staff photo

Conservation district educates Kirkland residents on responsible stewardship and shoreline restoration

Residents learn techniques for returning their property to a more natural state.

Volunteer Robert Moreno removes invasive species from the conservation site behind Lake Washington Christian Church. Madeline Coats/staff photo
The current pipe at Juanita Creek is eroding and preventing the migration of fish. Photo courtesy of city of Kirkland

Juanita Creek culvert replacement will improve fish migration in Kirkland

The current pipe is causing erosion along the creek’s bank.

The current pipe at Juanita Creek is eroding and preventing the migration of fish. Photo courtesy of city of Kirkland
King and Snohomish County councils listen to brief statements from the three candidates running for the vacant Senate seat. Madeline Coats/staff photo

Stanford unanimously appointed to vacant Senate seat

King and Snohomish County councils vote for Senate and House vacancies on July 1.

King and Snohomish County councils listen to brief statements from the three candidates running for the vacant Senate seat. Madeline Coats/staff photo
Kirkland residents engage in the interactive Sustainability Forum on Saturday, June 22. Photo courtesy of city of Kirkland

Kirkland sustainability forum addresses strategy improvements

Members of the community brainstormed potential way to improve sustainability.

Kirkland residents engage in the interactive Sustainability Forum on Saturday, June 22. Photo courtesy of city of Kirkland
Bike share companies, such as Lime, have products lined up around larger cities to help provide transportation. Photo courtesy of Anna Tegelberg.

Bikes or scooters? Micro-mobility in Kirkland transportation remains undecided

Council expresses mixed reviews about bike and scooter-share programs.

Bike share companies, such as Lime, have products lined up around larger cities to help provide transportation. Photo courtesy of Anna Tegelberg.
Nurses, physicians and social workers continue their education on proper responses for human trafficking patients. Madeline Coats/staff photo

Health care professionals improve response for human trafficking victims

EvergreenHealth partnered with Seattle Against Slavery in the fight against labor and sex trafficking.

Nurses, physicians and social workers continue their education on proper responses for human trafficking patients. Madeline Coats/staff photo