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Washington Wind Symphony presents “Legacies” at the Kirkland Performance Center

The Washington Wind Symphony will present "Legacies" at 4:30 p.m. on Jan. 5 at the Kirkland Performance Center.

Alternative artist from Kirkland releases debut album

This week, independent record label Tate Music Group is excited to announce the official release of Skyler Thomas’s new album titled “Set Apart.”

King County executive responds to Boeing Machinists vote results

King County Executive Dow Constantine released a statement late Friday night on the Machinists' vote to approve a new contract with Boeing.

State Superintendent unveils plan for education funding

Washington state Superintendent Randy Dorn unveiled the draft of a bill that “would move Washington state toward the full funding of basic education in the event that the Legislature fails to do so by Jan. 1, 2018,” according to a release from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

King County selected as founding member of Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council

King County government has been selected as a founding member of the Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council (SPLC) – a new national non-profit established to advance best practices, measurement and recognition for organizational purchasing programs.

Work party tomorrow at Kirkland’s Big Finn Hill Park

Volunteers are needed for tomorrow's Big Finn Hill Park work party from 9:30 a.m. to noon. Help build an elevated base for the new kiosk.

Kirkland Reporter staff honored in SPJ regional journalism contest

The staff of the Kirkland Reporter took home three awards from the annual Northwest Excellence in Journalism Contest presented by the Society of Professional Journalists on Saturday.

Lake Washington beats Interlake behind big third quarter | Prep girls basketball

The Lake Washington High School girls basketball team defeated Interlake Wednesday, 56-35, after dominating the third quarter in Kirkland.

Lake Washington crushes California team | Prep boys basketball

The Lake Washington High School boys basketball team crushed Gahr of California Friday night 88-59.

Lake Washington crushes Interlake | Prep boys baskekball

The Lake Washington High School boys basketball team crushed Interlake 75-44 Tuesday night in Kirkland.

Eight players score for Bellevue in win against Kangs | Prep boys basketball

The Bellevue High School boys basketball team had eight players score multiple baskets during its win against Lake Washington Tuesday, 79-61, at Bellevue High School.

King County biennial budget keeps Northshore clinic open through 2015

The Metropolitan King County Council unanimously approved its first biennial budget on Nov. 18, which provides funding to keep the doors open at their public health clinic in Northshore until December 2015.

Elite Martial Arts in Kirkland raises more than $2,000 for Seattle Children’s Hospital

Students at Elite Martial Arts of Kirkland raised $2,131 during a fundraiser benefitting Seattle Children's Hospital.

Juanita defeats WF West during Rebel Challenge tournament | Prep girls basketball

The Juanita High School girls basketball team defeated WF West High School Friday 60-36 during the Rebel Challenge tournament at Juanita High School.

Lake Washington loses to Enumclaw to finish Rebel Challenge | Prep girls basketball

The Lake Washington High School girls basketball team lost to Enumclaw, 54-34, Monday during its final game of the Rebel Challenge at Juanita High School.

Holiday events at Parkplace in Kirkland books Dec. 13

Parkplace Books will hold a story time and book signing with ‘Post’ Mark, the North Pole Postman! and its holiday party tomorrow tonight, Dec. 13, in Kirkland.

Kirkland Choral Society begins 25th anniversary season with Welcome All Wonders

The Kirkland Choral Society will host the start of its 25th anniversary season at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 6-7 with the "Welcome All Wonders" performance.

Middle school robotics teams from Kirkland perform well at first competition

The robotics group from Kamiakin Middle School in Kirkland competed during the regional qualifying round of the robotics competition at Ballard High School on Dec. 7.

Kirkland business Fastsigns offers Seahawks banner, benefits Children’s Hospital

The Kirkland location of Fastsigns recently posted on its Facebook page that it will produce 12th Man Seahawks banners for just $35 with half of the proceeds being donated to Children's Hospital.

DelBene participates in Hour of Code event at Kirkland middle school

Congresswoman Suzan DelBene joined local students at Kirkland Middle School as they participated in the Hour of Code on Dec. 9.