The New Poet’s Society held an awards ceremony for student writers on April 20 at Lake Washington High School’s Cadle Theatre. Students from Redmond, Lake Washington and Eastlake High Schools competed against others from their school and final poetry selections were then forwarded to the New Poet’s Society to be considered for scholarships and other prizes.
There was a lot of buzzing going on in Cary Therriault’s garage last April 20.
District 6 Metropolitan King County Councilwoman Jane Hague will host a community town hall May 10 from 10 a.m. to noon at Bellevue City Hall to “help remove the mystery behind (green) terms and to present practical, everyday ideas for protecting the environment,” according to a news release.
LW drama putting on ‘Shop of Horrors’
Weeding her favorite garden outside her new home several years ago, Kirkland resident Lisa Hubbell’s usual enjoyment gave way to a dull ache in her hands and feet.
Chuck Henry is serious about sustainability, but he had the crowd chuckling at the Washington State Technology Summit.
Can a Safeco Field hot dog stand perform miracles? St. John Vianney’s Jan Kline thinks so.
A former Cascadia Community College student who was found with more than 57 pounds of heroin and cocaine at his Kirkland home at the time of his arrest was last week sentenced to more than 13 years in prison.
Kirkland Police Department
Rising gas prices and fears of a recession are beginning to impact local car sales, Kirkland dealerships say.
Slashes in the King County budget may force Sheriff Sue Rahr to cut as many as 100 deputies from the county roster, she told members of the Sammamish Chamber of Commerce last week.
Aggressive enforcement of two downtown parking lots may have worked to keep spaces free and visitors moving along in the past, but no longer.
Sound Transit, the City of Kirkland, and the Washington State Department of Transportation will host a special event this Saturday to celebrate the new Totem Lake freeway station, overpass and access ramps at N.E. 128th Street.
Katie Shankle, a ninth grader at Kamiakin junior high, was recently recognized at a Puget Sound Educational Service District Regional High School Art Show for an “outstanding achievement” in acrylic painting.
Ben Franklin students color for green cause
The 27th Annual Spring Plant Sale at Lake Washington Technical College (LWTC) will run consecutive weekends April 25 and 26 and again on May 2 and 3 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. all four days in the school’s west parking lot.