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Main volunteers Dave Kreul

Kirkland volunteers complete new stairs in Crestwoods and Cotton Hill parks | Photos

Norkirk resident Brian Scott has been walking the paths and trails in Kirkland his whole life.

 

UW law student Jessie Woo and Brynn Smith

Public invited to Olympia Lobby Day against costly death penalty

Many people don't know that Washington State still has a death row.

 

Kirkland resident Antoinette Brewster is trying to provide a furnished new school building for kids in her war-torn Liberian homeland.

Kirkland woman raising funds for school in war-torn Liberian homeland

With your help, kids in Kakata, Liberia can go back to school next fall. Their school was destroyed during a long, bloody civil war that ended not long ago.

 

Kirkland resident Sarah Eames designed this holiday card

Hugs for the Holidays: Kirkland artist’s cards benefit Children’s Hospital

When Kirkland's Sarah Eames was six months old she was failing to thrive. She was admitted to Children's Hospital and given a 20-50 percent chance of survival.

Kirkland resident Sarah Eames designed this holiday card
Trail architect Stu Clarke taught volunteers how to construct this raised gravel trail in Cotton Hill Park.

Kirkland’s Cotton Hill and Crestwoods Parks connect to nature, trails, and each other | Our Parks

Do you remember the goats? In April, 2008, a herd of 60 ruminants trotted into Cotton Hill Park for Earth Day.

Trail architect Stu Clarke taught volunteers how to construct this raised gravel trail in Cotton Hill Park.
Adrian Ionescu mows the triangle by the 85th Street on ramp in Kirkland.

Soon-to-be citizen beautifies Kirkland for the Fourth of July

The gateway to Kirkland will look especially beautiful this Fourth of July, thanks to Lee Johnson Chevrolet and a man named Adrian.More about Lee Johnson… Continue reading

Adrian Ionescu mows the triangle by the 85th Street on ramp in Kirkland.
Some of the Cub Scouts and other volunteers who gave Cedar View Park a spring cleaning on May 31.

Thank you, Highlands neighbors, for restoration work and more

This month I have the pleasure of thanking many people for many things. It’s been a busy spring here in the Highlands!Have you noticed the… Continue reading

Some of the Cub Scouts and other volunteers who gave Cedar View Park a spring cleaning on May 31.

Highlands Happenings: Off-ramp revamped

Have you noticed how nice the off-ramp triangles on the west side of 405 at NE 85th look?