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Emotions ran high as food was plated recently at Tent City IV, located at St. John Vianney Church in Kirkland.
This marks the third year Northwest University has hosted Operation Iraq: The Spirit of Christmas, started by Ruth Ann Young in 2003.
U.S. News and World Report magazine named International Community School (ICS) in Kirkland number 24 out of the top 100 high schools in the nation and gave the school a gold ranking in their annual America’s Best High Schools rating.
Studying at Seattle University, Katey Enslein would love to become a teacher someday. But the unending confusion over state education funding has given the sophomore second thoughts about pursuing the career in her home state, second thoughts that she brought directly to state representatived at a unique meeting with constituents Dec. 17 at Kirkland City Hall.
With a winter storm fast approaching, it seemed even the elements were determined to keep Dick Beazell in town for at least another day or two.
In the Dec. 2 article, “Young artist doesn’t let physical challenges get in his way,” the writer stated that most children diagnosed with muscular dystrophy don’t live past their early teens. The average life span for the type of disease in the article is the late teens to early 20s.
Living on a hill directly above the facilities of one of the state’s largest garbage service providers, Kingsgate couple Bill and Janet Collins say they like their Waste Management neighbors just fine.
To many, the American Dream is to live a wealthy life. But Ashraf Hakim came to America to pursue something more – the freedom to play his cello. The Egyptian native began his musical career when he was just five years old and by the time he was an adult, he played first chair for the Cairo Opera House, Arabic Symphony Orchestra and Egyptian National Cultural Theater.
Sen. Rodney Tom of the 48th District went to every door at the Peter Kirk Community Center and delivered meals to homebound seniors recently, as part of the Legislators Deliver Meals on Wheels Campaign.
It’s been quite an eventful year for Cotton Hill Park -- Earth Day with Goats in April, a trail construction project in June, and in September the park was adopted by six students from the University of Washington Restoration Ecology Network (UW-REN) program! The students will spend the school year designing and helping to implement a restoration plan for a 4000 square foot section of the park.
Help others stay warm this holiday season by donating coats and outwear to The Kids Care Coat Drive. The annual coat drive is a community service project supported by the City of Bellevue Youth Link and area schools with the purpose of collecting and distributing much-needed coats during the cold winter months.
Speaking to an informal local boosters club Dec. 11, City Manager Dave Ramsay warned of the many challenges Kirkland faces as the city is buffeted by a national recession.
The King County Sheriffs office is seeking the public's help in finding a thief who grabbed a bank bag out of the hands of a customer headed into a Bank of America.
Kirkland's Jason Mesnick will star on ABC television's "The Bachelor" program, set to debut Jan. 5, but an announcement from the show's leading man has already unfolded the drama before the pre-taped show airs.
In April 1933, Kirkland’s City Council passed a beer ordinance by a three-to-one vote. Although our town had been dry since its incorporation in 1905, it was now legal to sell 3.2 percent beer on draft and in bottles in restaurants and cafes, and bottled beer in grocery and drug stores.
Weather forecasters with the NOAA/National Weather Service (NWS) are predicting a mix of rain and snow, freezing temperatures and icy roads this weekend.
Wearing a beige winter coat, Mai Chung Vang, 12, and her mother waited in the pre-dawn darkness for the doors of the Totem Lake Fred Meyer to open.
Billed as the heart of Kirkland's downtown retail core when it was built in 1982, all agree that Parkplace Shopping Center needs to be redeveloped.