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To list or not to list during the holidays? That is the question.
City of Kirkland and Google gather for holiday fun
The group’s goal is to collect and distribute more than 400 boxes of food to families.
The week seeks to raise awareness of the importance of public education.
MJW has helped families find their perfect Christmas tree since 1994.
Some tips on how to eat healthier on a daily basis.
Reduced-fare ORCA cards for youth, seniors, and low-income individuals as well as individuals with disabilities will be available.
The family-friendly event also featured photo opportunities with llamas and Santa.
Third-quarter recipients were nominated by patients’ family members.
Residents can recycle Styrofoam as well as get papers shredded.
Elina Dmitruk paints, “Grand Tetons” at Zoka Coffee
The Kirkland Kiwanis Foundation is accepting scholarship applications through April 15, 2019.
Malte is the CEO emeritus of EvergreenHealth, where he served as its CEO for more than eight years.
Librarians Britta Barrett and Emily Calking co-host new podcast.
More than 2,000 volunteers help maintain the community’s healthy forests.
Office brokers and staff establish support for affordable housing services.
Over the last five months, there has been more inventory than in previous years previously.
The event will benefit Cascade Challenge, a nonprofit dedicated to providing leadership and outdoor adventure opportunities to youth ages 14-20.
McClellan released his 48-hour album, “Listen2Daze,” at Vortex Music & Movies.
The city hosted a celebration and forest restoration event on Oct. 20.