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Kirkland student named to Grinnell College Dean’s List

Kirkland resident Madeline Warnick has been named to the Grinnell College Dean's List for the fall semester 2013.

Kirkland firefighters respond to hazmat incident

The Kirkland Fire Department, Eastside Hazmat Team and four other fire departments responded to a hazmat call during the morning on Saturday in Kirkland.

Kirkland Reporter staff takes six WNPA awards

Editor Carrie Wood and Reporter Matt Phelps were honored with a combined six news-writing awards during the 123rd annual Washington Newspaper Publishers’ Association (WNPA) Better… Continue reading

Santa Story Time at Parkplace Books in Kirkland on Sunday

Santa Story Time will take place at Parkplace Books in Kirkland from 2-4 p.m. Dec. 8.

Evergreen Hospital Gala to benefit Cardiovascular Services

The Evergreen Healthcare Foundation Annual Gala, planned for Saturday, May 1, will benefit Evergreen Hospital Medical Center’s Cardiovascular Services. The party begins at 6 p.m.… Continue reading

Newly released traffic safety report: Drivers want speeding to stop, still enjoy doing it

Americans almost unanimously agree speeding is a problem, yet seem to have difficulty kicking the habit, according to a report released in early December by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Alligator removed from Kirkland garage by King County Animal Control

King County Animal Care and Control executed a search warrant and removed a nearly four foot long alligator named "Bruiser" from a home in Kirkland… Continue reading

Robert Malte named CEO at Evergreen Hospital

Robert Malte of Littleton, Colo. has been named CEO at Evergreen Hospital Medical Center in Kirkland. A committee that included the hospital board, physicians and… Continue reading

Lifeguards on duty at three Kirkland waterfront parks | Photos

Patrons flocked to Juanita Beach Park this week when temperatures reached into the 90s. Juanita Beach Park is one of three waterfront parks in Kirkland that now has lifeguards on duty from noon to 6 p.m. daily until Sept. 2.

Kirkland Holiday Tree Lighting, Dec. 7 on Lake Street | Traffic

Commuters should expect traffic delays due to the Holiday Tree Lighting to be held on Dec. 7.

Boys & Girls Clubs receives food grant, discounted van from Ford of Kirkland

Boys & Girls Clubs of King County has received a $6,000 grant from the Ford Fund to help fight childhood hunger.

Immediate Clinic to open second location in Kirkland

Immediate Clinic will open a second location in Kirkland on Jan. 24 on Rose Hill. The new clinic will be located at 13131 NE 85th Street.

Sports year in review: 2009

Sports in 2009 combined amazing performances with some heartbreak and a few championships. Here are just a few of the big stories that appeared in… Continue reading

Kirkland residents on Dean’s List at Eastern Washington University

Two Kirkland residents attending Eastern Washington University are on the Dean's List for fall 2013.

Lake Washington advances to elite eight | Prep girls basketball

The Cinderella post season for the Lake Washington High School girls basketball team continued Friday night in Puyallup as the Kangs defeated Sumner 51-44 to advance to the elite eight of the state tournament.

Kangs blowout Cedarcrest | Prep boys basketball

The Lake Washington High School boys basketball team road four players scoring in double figures to a 78-48 victory against Cedarcrest Wednesday night.

Kamiak defeats Juanita in Bothell tournament | Prep boys basketball

Kamiak defeated the Juanita High School boys basketball team, 64-60, Monday during the consolation final of the Bothell Holiday Tournament.

Puget Sound Clean Air Agency lifts burn ban for Kirkland residents

The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency has lifted the Stage 1 air quality burn bans for King, Pierce and Snohomish Counties.

Kirkland appeals Potala Village ruling with state Court of Appeals

The city of Kirkland has filed an appeal over a judge's ruling in May to allow Bellevue developer Lobsang Dargey to build his Potala Village project

Inglemoor crushes Roosevelt | Pep girls basketball

The Inglemoor High School girls basketball team defeated Roosevelt Wednesday night 68-36, as 10 players scored for the Vikings in Kenmore.