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Leona Coakley-Spring is a Redmond resident, gospel singer/songwriter, recording artist, actress, painter, cosmetologist and supporter of All Saints HIV/AIDS Shelter in her native Bahamas.
“What would you do if you had no arms? Would you just give up?” Kirkland resident Zack Stark, 21, poses this question. He has grown up with muscular dystrophy. Giving up is not in his vocabulary -- and he definitely uses his arms.
Timi Gustafson R.D., a health expert and contributing writer, is now taking health-related questions from readers at: email@example.com. The following is the first in a new series where she answers questions about health and lifestyle.
Water, water everywhere. How much do you know about what’s in that bottle? Here’s a quiz to find out.
Sixteen-year-old Camilla Cyr had never thought of wearing a crown until she was approached last year in a Las Vegas restaurant at the Bellagio Hotel.
After her husband Pete had competed in one in California, Kirkland triathlete Anne Jenson thought she may enjoy the endurance sport as well, first trying it in 1993. Though Jensen did not race competitively in triathlons until 2000, now she is hooked and recently won first place in the masters division in the recent Kirkland Triathlon.
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Every year, numerous seniors in local nursing homes will spend the holidays alone and forgotten. But businesses and individuals on the Eastside are making a difference by participating in the “Wrap a Senior in Love” Community Campaign.
Far from glamorous, the day after Election Day can be a real chore for candidates as they pick up their campaign signs from the area’s local byways and main roads.
On a cold Sunday evening, Alvin Day and his service dog, Milo, walked the grounds of St. John Vianney Parish inside a colony of tents, checking to make sure that no fights broke out between the 91 residents of Tent City 4.
Skateboarding since he was three and competing in amateur events soon after, 11-year-old Mitchie Brusco is finally getting a chance to show his peers what he can do. His local peers, that is.
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Walking down 2nd Street in Kirkland's Norkirk neighborhood Oct. 30, little Jackson Woodruff was debuting his Halloween costume a little early.
By MARY STEVENS DECKERReporter NewspapersNearly 1,500 guests gathered at Bellevue's Meydenbauer Center Monday to hear speakers including actor/activist Edward James Olmos, Sen. Maria Cantwell and… Continue reading
By Brittni ReinertsenUW News LabThis month marks the second annual appearance of some unique books at the Kirkland Public Library; unique because while many can… Continue reading
The vision for the arts in Kirkland just got clearer.About 40 community members, city leaders and artists gathered at the Kirkland Performance Center recently to… Continue reading
Kirkland native Melissa LaCaille, 30, is one of six finalists from across the country who will compete to become the “Big Cheese” at the Tillamook Macaroni and Cheese Recipe Contest this week in Oregon.