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The city of Kirkland is participating in a bicycle commuting program that could give participants a new bike.
A local Brazilian grocery and luncheonette was closed Aug. 21 for public safety concerns.
City of Kirkland Treasury Manager Michael Olson has received the prestigious “Professional Finance Officer” award for 2008.
Starting as a complaint from a tour boat operator Aug. 7, a local man was arrested and his sailboat seized in Moss Bay for allegedly trafficking “a small amount” of cocaine.
Duke Keltner was driving his girlfriend to lunch on 132nd Street on Aug. 9 when he said he spotted a green Pontiac mini-van pull out in front of him, headed the wrong way and straight at his Jeep Cherokee.
Two members of Kirkland Boy Scout troops have become Eagle Scouts.
The Beatles were at Marina Park on Tuesday, Aug. 12. Well, OK, it just sounded like them thanks to the cover band, Creme Tangerine.
A friend of mine was driving
The Puget Sound Energy Foundation has awarded grants totaling almost $130,000 to more than 30 charitable organizations throughout Washington.
Another vice sting involving federal and local authorities Aug. 8 swept up a Kirkland woman allegedly working as a prostitute.
Juanita High School will have few invasive blackberry plants on campus this school year, thanks to a little help from some four-legged weed eaters.
Redmond-based Family Resource Center recently announced the addition of three community leaders to its board of directors.
Kirkland-based Compelling Technologies has announced a new partnership with the Washington State Fire Fighters Association to redesign the statewide volunteer firefighter recruiting program.
July 30 - August 5
U.S. Rep. Jay Inslee will discuss his new book, Apollo’s Fire at 7 p.m. at Parkplace Books in Kirkland on Aug. 21.