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Co-owner Yuie Wiborg and her daughter, Kyla. Soi Kirkland offers kids under 14 a free bowl of egg or rice noodles with steamed chicken. Courtesy photo/Suzi Pratt for Soi Restaurant

Soi Restaurant opens, brings new Thai tastes to Kirkland

Chef and Co-Owner Yuie Wiborg’s menu focuses on Thailand’s north eastern region of Isan

 

Kirkland PD car. File photo

One dead in shooting at Houghton Beach Park

The park is partially closed Thursday for the shooting investigation

 

Constantine highlights anti-racism, criminal legal system transformation in upcoming budget

King County executive says invest, divest, reimagine

 

King County voters to decide $1.74B Harborview Medical Center measure

Improvements include a new medical tower building

Inslee sends letter to Trump on the role of climate change in historic wildfires

I implore you to recognize the science behind this destruction’

Why is COVID-19 more severe in men and elders? | UW Medicine

SARS-CoV-2 usually triggers a strong immune response, but less so in men and people over 60

Smoke from Oregon, California fires moving into Western Washington

Unhealthy air expected Thursday night through Saturday

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8 tips to help parents and kids cope during pandemic | UW Medicine

A pediatric social worker offers suggeestions for families, including lowering your heartbeat.

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Washington State Capitol Building in Olympia. File photo

Editorial: State lawmakers shouldn’t wait to start budget work

Making tough choices on cuts and revenue can’t wait until next year and hopes for better news.

Washington State Capitol Building in Olympia. File photo

King County moves to Stage 2 burn ban

Outdoor fires, even barbecues or in fire pits, are now prohibited.

Courtesy Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce

Eastside businesses prepare for economic uncertainty with regional summit event

The Regional Business Summit, hosted by the Issaquah Chamber Sept. 10, will be held virtually due to COVID-19

Courtesy Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce
Rico Thomas, left, has been a clerk in the Fuel Center/Mini Mart at Safeway in Federal Way for the past 5 years. Kyong Barry, right, has been with Albertsons for 18 years and is a front end supervisor in Auburn. Both are active members of UFCW 21. Courtesy photos

Grocery store workers deserve respect and hazard pay | Guest column

As grocery store workers in King County, we experience the hard, cold realities of the COVID-19 pandemic every single day. And despite the fact that… Continue reading

Rico Thomas, left, has been a clerk in the Fuel Center/Mini Mart at Safeway in Federal Way for the past 5 years. Kyong Barry, right, has been with Albertsons for 18 years and is a front end supervisor in Auburn. Both are active members of UFCW 21. Courtesy photos
Downtown Kirkland. Staff photo/Blake Peterson

COVID-19 relief grants available for small Kirkland businesses

The application will be available until Sept. 16.

Downtown Kirkland. Staff photo/Blake Peterson

Bothell schools receive grants for socially-distanced physical education

Cedar Wood Elementary and Maywood Hills Elementary were among the recipients

Free face masks available at King County Safeway locations

Stores to distribute 750,000 purchased by King County starting Aug. 24

Kirkland opens 24/7 shelter for women and families

The new shelter held a virtual grand opening and tour Wednesday, Aug. 19

Carolyn Jewell Enberg | Obituary

Carolyn Jewell Enberg of Kirkland, WA, died on June 14, 2020, at the age of 85 years. Born on January 22, 1935, in Seattle, Mom’s… Continue reading

Photos: Students give thank you cards to local health workers

The cards were delivered to home care and hospice centers and EvergreenHealth.

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Temporary art piece tells story of ‘hope, strength’ during COVID-19 pandemic

Kirkland, once the epicenter of the virus, is now telling the story of the pandemic through four art pieces on Park Lane.

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