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As someone with multiple sclerosis, Gary Fisher and his wife Eileen Fisher are in regular contact with his doctor. But when Ted Brown, director of… Continue reading
As a young adult, “Amy Johnson” had received a number of professional massages. Her massage therapists had always been female and it wasn’t until she… Continue reading
Editor Samantha Pak reflects upon the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal.
Marchers included residents from the greater Eastside.
The two performances will be Jan. 27 in Renton and Feb. 4 in Kirkland.
The City of Kirkland held a public workshop to receive public feedback for its Housing Strategy Plan.
The network of neighbors provide food boxes for local families in need.
Jeff and Candice Keener are collecting financial donations for Strong Against Cancer and non-perishable food items for Hopelink.
Art Mussman helped found the city’s senior council about 16-17 years ago.
Ugandan group tours to advocate for the 18 million African children currently orphaned by AIDS
Crews from the Kirkland Fire Department and surrounding agencies responded to two house fires Wednesday night. There were no injuries to civilians or firefighters in… Continue reading
On Tuesday morning, students, staff and community supporters gathered at Lake Washington Institute of Technology in Kirkland for the school’s annual Bright Futures Benefit Breakfast… Continue reading
When she was 24 years old, Janae Smith and her husband were at a friend’s house when she felt stabbing pains in her breast. She… Continue reading
If you’ve been reading the Kirkland Reporter online and in print in the last week or so, you may have seen a familiar name. That… Continue reading
After three years of planning, Lake Washington Technical Institute of Technology in Kirkland has opened the doors to its new RISE Center. According to its… Continue reading
Just before 10:30 a.m. Friday, uniformed officers and civilians alike stood at attention along the hall of Overlake Christian Church in Redmond. While a number… Continue reading
Growing up, Lana Wilson loved the arts and film. The Kirkland native and 2001 Lake Washington High School graduate would attend the Seattle International Film… Continue reading
Eunice Hostetter was diagnosed with stage-two breast cancer in 2003 and in the almost decade and a half since then, there have been a number… Continue reading
As the trend for students to come into contact with the juvenile and adult criminal justice systems continues to rise, the First District Democrats recently… Continue reading
With so much hardship around the world, Esther Filip, Rachel Hile and Jessica Dahl wanted to do their part to help those in need. For… Continue reading