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Amy Walen campaigns for 48th District Rep.

The Kirkland mayor announced her campaign after current Rep. Joan McBride announced her retirement.

  • Mar 29, 2018
The EvergreenHealth Silver tower, seen from the south edge of Totem Lake, is currently the tallest building in Kirkland. JOHN WILLIAM HOWARD/Kirkland Reporter

EvergreenHealth welcomes Dr. Brad Tyson to neuroscience team

Dr. Brad Tyson will join EvergreenHealth’s Neuroscience, Spine and Orthopedic Institute.

  • Mar 29, 2018
The EvergreenHealth Silver tower, seen from the south edge of Totem Lake, is currently the tallest building in Kirkland. JOHN WILLIAM HOWARD/Kirkland Reporter

State Rep. Joan McBride to retire from Legislature

Longtime Eastside leader endorses mayor of Kirkland for her seat.

The use of rectangular rapid flashing beacons was terminated due to a patent issue associated with the device. Courtesy of City of Kirkland

Feds reinstate use of rectangular rapid flashing beacons

The use of the beacons was terminated due to a patent issue associated with the device.

  • Mar 29, 2018
The use of rectangular rapid flashing beacons was terminated due to a patent issue associated with the device. Courtesy of City of Kirkland

Kirkland City Council votes to name Marina Park pavilion after Al Locke

The first city manager left a legacy in the community, especially with its waterfront parks.

Lake Washington Schools Foundation luncheon focuses on ‘bridging gaps’

Foundation aims to bring equal opportunities to students from all income levels.

Roads close for Inclusion Walk, Family Fair

The roads will close for vehicles during the event on April 8.

  • Mar 28, 2018

Evergreenhealth welcomes new addiction medicine specialist

Dr. Teresa Jackson recently joined the Recovery Center at EvergreenHealth Monroe

  • Mar 27, 2018

City celebrates former city manager’s legacy of service

Dave Ramsay helped found the Green Kirkland Partnership and went on to volunteer more than 1,050 recorded hours in seven parks over 13 years.

As PSE moves away from coal, one community scrambles to build a new economy

Lewis County has long relied on the energy needs of consumers throughout the region. That’s all about to change.

Kirkland police investigate possible mass shooting threats at Lake Washington Institute of Technology

The man said he was having thoughts of suicide and is currently at a mental health hospital.

  • Mar 15, 2018

Students throughout the region take part in National School Walkout, call for gun control

The March 14 demonstrations marked the one month anniversary of the Parkland school shooting.

Kirkland-area students walk out of class to commemorate Parkland victims | Photos

The students walked out in solidarity with students nationwide who are protesting gun violence and pushing for change.

Large Kirkland Urban development opens this October

The 12-acre development broke ground September 2017 and its first building goes on-line in October.

A pro-immigrant sign at the 2018 Women’s March in Seattle. Photo by David Lee/Flickr

Can immigration issues be fixed at the county level?

King County establishes new commission to support immigrant and refugee communities.

A pro-immigrant sign at the 2018 Women’s March in Seattle. Photo by David Lee/Flickr

LWSF annual luncheon set for March 27

The event will be at the Seattle Marriott Redmond and feature keynote speaker Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib.

  • Mar 12, 2018

‘School is a place to learn’

Juanita students speak out about gun control and school safety

Afghanistan refugee shares how Friends of Youth gave him hope at Bellevue event

Hundreds celebrate youth at annual Friends of Youth luncheon.