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Kirkland Police Chief Eric Olsen will join 24 other law enforcement executives from across the country this week for a leadership conference on domestic violence in Atlanta, Georgia.
Lake Washington Technical College (LWTC) received a $310,000 start-up grant to implement Gateway to College, a nationally-recognized dropout recovery program originally developed by Portland Community College in Oregon.
Gov. Christine Gregoire had barely finished the last bite of her Big Mac when she stepped out of her vehicle in front of The Grape Choice wine shop in Kirkland on Saturday afternoon.
8th District candidates also spar over economy, Iraq War and Guantanamo Bay
I never thought I’d have time to volunteer for much of anything. I’ve always been a workaholic, working 24/7 in real estate, but three years ago one of my past clients approached me to join The Kirkland Senior Council, a group I’d never heard of. Having been actively involved on the front lines with my own senior parents, joining the council was appealing. It had been difficult to navigate “the system” on behalf of my elderly parents and I wanted to do something to help improve what so many of us boomers are going through. It felt as if we boomers were all hacking our way through the same medicare/seniors forest, but having to create our own paths. The Council seemed like a good fit for me to start my volunteer “career,” and, hopefully, to make a difference.
Positive Families Northwest, will host a free children’s safety workshop at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 18 at 12081 124th Ave. N.E., Kirkland. During the event, hosted also by the King County Sherriff’s Department, families will receive child ID kits and safety educational materials. A seminar will feature anti-abduction and stranger awareness. For reservations, call 425-820-5425.
A King County jury verdict awarded $4,248,200 today to the family of a Seattle area girl born with severe brain damage in 2003 after a traumatic delivery at Evergreen Hospital in Kirkland.
A federal appeals court in San Francisco recently declined to intervene in the U.S. government’s bid to deport a Kirkland man who allegedly tried to help an al-Qaida operative enter the United States in 1999.
Rep. Roger Goodman, (D-Kirkland) for the 45th Legislative District, was among three recipients of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) Safety Champions Award, Sept. 23 at the Bellevue Hilton Hotel.
Unregistered voters hoping to cast a ballot this November can use the Internet to beat the Oct. 4 registration deadline.
With the 2008 elections only six months away, Kirkland is doing its part to keep campaign fundraising going at a record pace.
Well-connected Republicans gathered Wednesday morning for a presidential campaign fundraiser at the Hunts Point estate of a wealthy donor and meeting with the candidate’s spouses, Cindy McCain and Todd Palin.
Nearly 150 supporters of democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and a few curious onlookers gathered at an impromptu Saturday morning campaign rally in Marina Park.
I understand why some people oppose John McCain’s running mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, and why they disagree with her. But I’m astonished at the brazen hypocrisy of liberals (most of them women) who are seething with anger and hatred towards her. I’ve been around politics for 30 years and I’ve never seen such unhinged hypocrisy in all my life.
Election Day is still a couple months away, but I’m ready to make some predictions on how our state will vote. I think Washington will cast its votes for Democrat Barack Obama for president and Republican Dino Rossi for governor. Here’s why.
If politics were boxing - and sometimes it certainly seems that way - then we have finished with the sparing and its now time for the main event. In other words, the general election will be nothing like the primary.
Is state Rep. Roger Goodman deliberately trying to throw his re-election effort? Judged by a review of his campaign website and brochure, you have to ask the question given the ethical concerns they raise.
Is Washington State running a surplus or a deficit?
Tired of archaic policies and the government’s inability to change them, U.S. Rep. Jay Inslee decided years ago that it is time for a clean energy revolution.
Have you ever wondered how a place gets its name? Sometimes it’s logical, such as Seattle (Chief Sealth), but often it’s not. Take the Strait of Juan de Fuca. This was named after a Greek navigator who “discovered” the channel in 1592, and used a Spanish pseudonym in honor of his employer.