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Green Kirkland hosts volunteer event at Watershed Park

Green Kirkland will hold a volunteer day for Watershed Park from 1-3 p.m. on Feb. 23.

Your most read Kirkland police blotter entries for 2010

The Kirkland Reporter has selected the most read Kirkland Police Blotter items from 2010 as noted on kirklandreporter.com:

Kirkland real estate market shows unusual strength during December

Kirkland home prices in December showed unusual strength, rising 24.3 percent from last year, according to real estate tracker Redfin.

Pickaxe shatters car windshield on I-405

A Bellevue couple escaped serious injury Sunday when an unsecured pickaxe was lost from the bed of a pick-up truck in Kirkland. The couple was driving their Mercedes SUV on southbound I-405 in Kirkland at Northeast 85th street around 3:45 p.m. when a truck traveling northbound lost their unsecured load, according to the Washington State Patrol (WSP).

Fitness International purchases Vision Quest Sport and Fitness clubs

LA Fitness, a giant in the athletic club business, is getting larger.

Creme Tangerine to play benefit for Kirkland Performance Center Jan. 31

Beatles cover band Creme Tangerine will play a benefit concert for the Kirkland Performance Center at 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 31.

Vote for the Best of Kirkland 2013, enter to win grand prize

Kirkland is home to some fine restaurants, booming businesses and sensational schools.

Kirkland Reporter wins three excellence in journalism awards at SPJ event

The Kirkland Reporter earned three awards at the Society of Professional Journalists’ Northwest Excellence in Journalism gala Saturday in Seattle.

Liberty blasts Lake Washington during fourth quarter for win | Prep boys basketball

The Lake Washington High School boys basketball team was doubled up during the fourth quarter against Liberty and lost 46-37.

Gone Wilde to perform at Kirkland’s Wilde Rover on Dec. 18

The Kirkland District 2 Toastmaster group, Gone Wilde, will be performing one show at the Wilde Rover restaurant and bar in downtown Kirkland from noon until 1:30 p.m. on Dec. 18.

Popular Eastside broker Rhonda Breard under investigation for fraud

Many clients of Rhonda Breard, a popular Eastside broker and financial planner based in Kirkland, can't find two very important elements of their financial portfolio… Continue reading

Breard auction nets $167,350 for victims

The expensive toys Kirkland investment broker Rhonda Breard bought with loot stolen from her clients were sold to an eager crowd during an auction in… Continue reading

Kirkland Performance Center to host Gary Stroutsos: Voices of Musical Cultures Jan. 19

The Kirkland Performance Center to host Gary Stroutsos: Voices of Musical Cultures at 2 p.m. on Jan. 19.

Kirkland Arts Center finalist for national preservation funding

Built by Kirkland's founder, Peter Kirk, the Kirkland Arts Center has been named one of 25 historic places selected to participate in the Seattle-Puget Sound area Partners in Preservation initiative by The National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Doktor Kaboom!: The Science of Santa at the Kirkland Performance Center

The Kirkland Performance Center will present Doktor Kaboom!: The Science of Santa at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday.

Heathman Hotel in Kirkland, Portland offer Cyber Monday deals

The Heathman Hotel in downtown Kirkland and Portland, Ore. is offering a Cyber Monday sale beginning at noon on Dec. 2.

Juanita thumped by Mercer Island | Prep boys basketball

The Juanita High School boys basketball team lost to Mercer Island Friday night 66-46 at home.

Strong second half lifts Juanita over Liberty | Prep boys basketball

The Juanita High School boys basketball team beat Liberty 69-45 Tuesday night in Issaquah.

Green Kirkland hosts volunteer event at Crestwoods Park

Green Kirkland will hold a volunteer day for Crestwoods Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 8.

Geoffrey Castle at The Wilde Rover in Kirkland on Monday

Geoffrey Castle will perform at The Wilde Rover in Kirkland at 8 p.m. on Jan. 20.