Last night my husband and I decide to go and eat at one of our favorite restaurants on Park Lane.
Where is the lane? We were supposed to get a new lane in both directions on I-405 all the way from Bellevue to Mill Creek.
I would support raising the sales tax one cent with all generated revenue going directly to public schools, reducing school property taxes and eliminating levies.
I loved reading your article about the Junior Softball World Series in the Kirkland Reporter on Aug. 14. We were very lucky to meet the Mexico City team on the Metro bus on their one day off, Aug. 3.
I'm so happy to live in Kirkland. I fled radical Islamic oppression in my home country and I am proud to call Kirkland my home since 10 years.
The posted notice for Potala Village Design Response Conference states that anyone who does not write to the city or speak at the Aug. 24 hearing will not be allowed to appeal the project.
Kay Regan, formerly of Holmes Point Drive, is celebrating 90 years.
People who like their job don’t quit so why are the police and fire chief quitting?
Anyone who has stood in line at the Kirkland post office knows how long those lines are and can be.
I've worked hard my whole life to save for retirement, and I should be able to trust that my financial adviser is looking out for my best interests and not just their bottom line.
In his letter last month, Mr. Jeffers confers blame for support of the ethanol fuel industry upon Republicans, but the Energy Policy Act of 2005, a wide-ranging bill that provided tax incentives and loan guarantees for a wide variety of energy sources, including nuclear and coal, was predated by the Energy Tax Act of 1978, which created the first ethanol tax credits in an effort to decrease the nation's vulnerability to oil shortages while boosting the price of corn, which had been depressed by federal agricultural subsidies.
I enjoy Juanita Beach and all the fun activities – paddleboarding, swimming, playing in the sand.
Have you returned your ballot for the primary election yet? I recommend voting for Shelley Kloba, current Kirkland City Council member.
There has been growing recognition of the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease but the funding to find a cure lags dramatically behind what’s necessary.
My husband and I are residents of Kirkland and are both business owners in our community. As citizens who contribute to stimulating our local economy, we place a high value on supporting candidates who will navigate King County on a path of growth and success.
My wife and I have attended and enjoyed Kirkland Uncorked in years past and eagerly anticipated this summers event.
A couple comments on the letter on the CKC [Cross Kirkland Corridor] in your 17 July edition.
I agree with Zita Petkus. I live in the Forbes Creek neighborhood. I walk my dog Izzie along the CKC many times per week.
I just wanted to take the time to congratulate Chief Eric Olsen for your retirement with the [Kirkland Police Department]. I don’t expect you to remember me personally, but in the early 1990s when I was a teenager, I thought it was cool to sag my pants and run amuck.
My husband and I are frequent users of the Cross Kirkland Corridor trail, hiking for an hour at a time on a daily basis. A serious and growing pedestrian safety issue is emerging, and it’s time the City did something about it.