In August 1985, local warehouse chain Costco opened up its eighth warehouse-store location in Kirkland.
A common misconception about retiring is that it means doing nothing. However, one Kirkland resident defies the stereotype and can’t seem to stand still for one moment.
When the Lake Washington Dance Team recently assembled onto the court in the Yakima Valley Sun Dome for the state competition, the girls had every intention of bringing home a trophy, and they did just that.
Right here in Kirkland, teenagers are already elevating their interests and hobbies into profitable business endeavors.
En route to school in the mornings, I have now become acquainted with seeing at least two civilian automobiles pulled over on the side of the road with Kirkland Police Department vehicles directly behind their back bumpers.
At International Community School, most seniors are encouraged to insert a free period into their class schedule, because with so much on our plate, five classes worth of homework rather than six really does make a difference.
I have been writing my column for the Reporter for nine weeks now. I have enjoyed the experience of being a small player in the fourth estate.
It is a surreal experience to wake up in Hawaii as a Washingtonian.
Out of all seven days of the week, Sunday by far is the least friendly to me.
With the holidays comes the tradition of giving and receiving gifts, and nothing is as gratifying as giving someone a gift you know they will appreciate.
For those faithful readers of mine who tuned in last week to my column, you’ll remember that I discussed the college application process that I’m currently going through.
All my life I have been hearing about college: the friendships I’ll make, the classes I’ll take, and the experiences I’ll have.
Peering around my first period environmental science class, I can’t help but feel like I am different from the rest of the guys in the room, and perhaps some of the girls as well.
Sitting in my makeshift office at home, I lethargically stare at the “to-do list” I have typed up on a Word document in front of me.