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Kirkland City Council approves ordinance that will affect most new downtown development.
A free information and support group for care partners, family members and friends of individuals with dementia will be held from 1:30-3 p.m. the second Monday of each month at the Peter Kirk Community Center, 406 Kirkland Ave.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation recently announced that 18 Lake Washington School District high school seniors qualified as semifinalists in the 53rd annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
Farmers and shoppers at Kirkland’s Wednesday Market are taking “giving local” and “building sustainability” to a new level.
Kirkland Interfaith Transitions in Housing (KITH) is holding a charity fundraising event Oct. 4 at the Marriott Redmond Town Center in Redmond.
AG Bell Elementary is looking for mentors to participate in the school’s Lunch Buddy Program. Volunteers should be able to commit to one hour a week between 12:00-1:00 to be a listener and mentor to a student who would benefit from a little extra one-on-one attention. Lunch Buddies do not provide lunch for their student. For more information visit www.schools.lwsd.org/bell/lunch_buddies.htm or contact Jana Robertson at 425-822-7450 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
With ridership nearly 7 percent higher than this time last year, Metro Transit is adding two new bus routes and more service on 20 routes throughout King County beginning Saturday, Sept. 20.
Puget Sound Energy is investing approximately $421 million in service-area infrastructure improvements in 2008, of which about $247 million is earmarked for capacity and reliability upgrades, and about $174 million is allocated to meet growing customer needs.
The urge to enjoy Kirkland’s outdoors in the summer months increasingly seems to draw out a certain type of thief, recent police reports show.
Building heights in downtown Kirkland will soon get a closer look.
Financial Condition, Strategies to Balance Budget to be Presented
Carrie Wood is the new editor of the Kirkland Reporter.
New students had barely pulled up to the curb when all the commotion began.
Sustainable September includes free public workshops, educational symposiums and an outdoor Green Festival concurrent with the Kirkland Wednesday Market.
Crystal V. Gaston will receive a $1,000 Marriott/Cody Rickert Memorial Scholarship for the 2008-2009 academic year at Washington State University.
Kirkland property owners of septic tanks will soon receive a mailed notice seeking responses to a survey that will help identify signs of failure and explain how to cease the use of a septic system and connect to the city’s system.
Calendars are published Wednesdays on a space-available basis. Items must be submitted by noon the previous Thursday. Submit items to email@example.com.
Ten students from Kirkland have graduated from Eastern Washington University. They are: