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Mark Twain Elementary students walking to school might experience a safer route along 126th Ave NE when they head to school next week. As part… Continue reading
More than 50 classic cars lined the street at the Justice Center Saturday for the Kirkland Police Department’s third annual Benefit Car Show. All proceeds… Continue reading
Kirkland Police Chief Cherie Harris appointed Officer Deana Lansing as the new Neighborhood Resource Officer. Officer Lansing started her new assignment this summer. “Officer Lansing… Continue reading
Suspect arrested on warrants after running through a construction site while on meth | Kirkland police blotter for Aug. 31 – Sept. 6.
The blotter feature is a description of a small selection of police incidents and calls to the Kirkland Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty… Continue reading
A volunteer group asks Kirkland locals to join them at a series of clean-up events in Downtown Kirkland on three Saturdays in September. US-Japan Volunteers… Continue reading
An ordinance that would simplify Metro bus fares in the county was referred to committee at Monday’s King County Council meeting. The fares would be… Continue reading
Course begins during National Preparedness Month
The City of Kirkland recognized City volunteers who contributed 10 or more hours in the past 12 months with a Volunteer Appreciation Gelato Social the… Continue reading
Like many school districts nationwide, the Lake Washington School District is facing a bus driver shortage and it’s having an impact on preschool start times.… Continue reading
An initiative known as I-27, which would ban King County resources from funding drug consumption sites in the county, will not appear on the November… Continue reading
About 36 hours after Lily Nauman was last seen, the Kirkland Police Department found her close to her Houghton-area home. The department posted on its… Continue reading
On Tuesday, the Metropolitan King County Council unanimously approved the sale of county land to the City of Kirkland. The 1.18-acre parcel is located in… Continue reading
On Tuesday, Ferguson said he’d be filing a lawsuit “very, very soon.” On Wednesday, he filed it.
Picture this: An infectious disease is causing mass casualties. The local hospital is under staffed. The power’s out so the doctors and nurses are using… Continue reading
The Third Special Session is over and legislators have left the state capitol. Here is your chance to catch up with them and find out… Continue reading
Heavy smoke and falling ash returned to the Puget Sound this week as several large wildfires burn across the west coast and into Montana. As… Continue reading
Now that school is now in session, there are many new faces in Lake Washington School District, including new principals. Openings resulted from retirements or… Continue reading
The Salary Commission is holding a meeting on Sept. 21 at 5 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chamber to receive public input and discuss… Continue reading
The event runs along the Cross Kirkland Corridor from 12-3 p.m.
Kirkland, Wash. – Twenty-five students and recent graduates from Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) will showcase nine concept games in its booth (6010) at… Continue reading