E-liquid ban hits Kirkland vape store hard

Vape Savvy used to see 30-40 customers daily. Now, they’re luck if the store sees five.

Bombaii Cutters of Kirkland continues a Halloween tradition

The community staple has been putting on the contest for several years.

Children get hands on at Truck-a-Palooza at Kirkland City Hall

For two hours last weekend, children were able to interact with a variety of vehicles, from garbage trucks to emergency response rigs.

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                                The school safety cameras pilot at John Muir, Kamiakin Middle School and Rose Hill Elementary began issuing tickets on Oct. 14.

School zone camera pilot starts ticketing drivers in Kirkland

The school zone photo enforcement camera pilot at three schools began issuing tickets Oct. 14.

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                                Kirkland Council Candidates participated in a forum hosted by Lutheran Peace Fellowship in collaboration with Faith Action Network and Indivisible Kirkland on Oct. 14. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Kirkland council candidates talk racial equity, gun control, affordable housing and more

The event was held at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church on Oct. 14.

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                                132nd Square Park.

Kirkland council contemplates progress on 132d Park project

The project has been under discussion since 2015.

Discover the power of healthy living – naturally!

Free education nights explore benefits of CBD

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Flying Fish: Lake Sammamish kokanee move to Orcas Island

It’s part of a program to preserve the unique freshwater salmon species.

Malena Gaces, left, and other members of Washington CAN protest unfair move-out charges and alleged discriminatory behavior outside Kitts Corner Apartments in Federal Way in 2018. Sound Publishing file photo

King County could increase tenant protections

The council is considering ordinances designed to help renters.

Liggett is playing big for Kangs

Lake Washington senior scores slew of touchdowns.

The 2015 Wolverine Fire in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest near Lake Chelan. Photo courtesy of the Washington Department of Natural Resources.

The smoky summer that wasn’t

While Washington had a mild season, wildfires burned near the Arctic.

Sports

Rebels win their second straight game

Juanita defeated Interlake, 21-8, to improve league record to 2-1.

 

Football results: Week 7

Following are the prep football results from Oct. 17-19 for the teams the Reporter and Record newspapers cover: —————— Juanita… Continue reading

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Life

Youth-oriented “Spooktacular” event is coming to Kirkland Oct. 25

The program “emphasizes kookiness over spookiness.”

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Marketplace

Fall storm proves preventive tree care is key

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Bridging the digital divide in Washington

Comcast’s Internet Essentials program has connected nearly 340,000 in Washington State

 

Laser proves useful in treating disc pain and other injuries

Disc Centers of America adopts highly effective high-tech treatment

 

Sleep more soundly! Rest critical for overall health

Investing in a quality mattress can bring better sleep, more energy during the day

 

Business

Recession proofing your career

The best time to prepare for an economic downturn is when the job market is strong.

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