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Council approves $13,100 to purchase 40 pots for Kirkland Downtown Association program.
Jessica Muller said her son loves garbage trucks and watches videos in bed while undergoing chemotherapy.
The play, “Le Prénom,” will be entirely in French with three showings on March 23, May 4 and 11.
The students walked out in solidarity with students nationwide who are protesting gun violence and pushing for change.
Juanita students speak out about gun control and school safety
Police investigated a school shooting rumor at Juanita High School Thursday morning.
John Muir students celebrate literacy as teachers prepare them for the future.
Athene offers 91 apartments, 20 of which are reserved for seniors exiting homelessness
The annual event will feature internation pianists.
Kirkland council is expected to offer final approval in April.
The mayor gives the annual state of the city address.
The city reported that 5,987 volunteers dedicated 34,413 hours to various city programs and community service projects in 2017.
The humor gifts are raunchy-humored stuffed toys meant to be gag gifts for adults.
Burnout can harshly impact local famlies and Aegis plans to host free events to support caregivers.
The performance is set for Friday.
The study began in mid-2016 and covered the 2.5-mile 6th Street corridor that includes 6th Street, 6th Street South and 108th Avenue Northeast.
Kirkland’s Mary Madaline Roe to star in upcoming adventure-horror film
The Kirkland mayor will work as the Sound Cities Association president to better the region.
Ulrich served as firefighter till 2015 before becoming fire inspector
Snohomish and King counties’ annual homeless counts took place last week.