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Kirkland pet welfare worker attends workshop
Kirkland resident Lynn Erckmann represented Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue at a one-day workshop in Seattle, presented by Petfinder, the online database of adoptable pets.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Washington Court of Appeals reverses decision, sides with city of...
The Washington Court of Appeals has reversed a previous court ruling that sided with Path America and Dargey Enterprises, the developers of Potala Village in Kirkland, in its battle with the city of Kirkland as to how many residential units are allowed.
Redmond-Kirkland and Redmond-Fall City Animal Hospitals become accredited cat-friendly practices
Redmond-Kirkland and Redmond-Fall City Animal Hospitals recently implemented the Cat Friendly Practice program to offer pet owners more at every phase of the cat's health care process.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Kirkland company recalls pesto pasta in small tubs
A Kirkland, Washington, company is voluntarily recalling about 20 containers of "basil pasta pesto" packed in 8 ounce plastic tubs because it could be contaminated with listeria.
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
Architect Dale S. Brookie dies at age 72
Memorials to him will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Woodmark Hotel, 1200 Carillon Point in Kirkland, and in September at Spirit Lake, Idaho.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
I-405 reduced to one lane in Kirkland area tonight
Nighttime drivers who travel in either direction of Interstate 405 near north Bellevue and Kirkland should plan for possible delays overnight tonight.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Kirkland bus riders will benefit from Metro's reduced-fare program
The program will coincide with Metro-wide fare increases, which will also go into effect in March 2015.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Republican write-in makes November ballot in 1st District
Republican Mark Davies got enough write-in votes in the Aug. 5 primary to qualify for the November ballot against incumbent 1st District Democratic State Rep. Derek Stanford.
SR 520 ramps closed this weekend
Drivers planning to use the 520 floating bridge this weekend should prepare for a closure the closure of access points from Kirkland and Bellevue.
Kirkland office building sells for more than $31 million
As Puget Sound's economic engine continues to power Seattle to be among the top growth markets in the country, real estate investors are spreading their nets wider outside the city's core in search of assets.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
North King County
Northshore Fire Department rescues man from ravine
The incident occurred at the 15300 block of Bothell Way NE. Upon arrival crews received information from the Lake Forest Park Police that officers were with a slightly injured male patient who was unable to walk out of the ravine on his own.
Traffic affected by accident at Northeast 124th Street and Willows Road on Kirkland, Redmond boundary
Traffic control is being implemented at Northeast 124th Street and Willows Road near the boundary between Redmond and Kirkland after a truck hit a light pole at about 7:15 a.m. this morning.
Kirkland Police seek public's help to identify attempted robbery suspect
The Kirkland Police Department initiated an investigation into Jocelyn V. Ruiz on Sept.
Broken water main disrupts morning commute in Kirkland
A water main that broke overnight could mean big detours for some Thursday morning commuters in the Kirkland area.
Helping Hands fundraiser something to Laugh about
Helping Hands for the Disabled will be holding their first Comedy Uncorked event featuring several well-known comedians at the Laughs Comedy Sport this weekend.
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
Talon sells Kirkland offices for $31.5M
Talon Private Capital sold a three-story, 51,800-square-foot office building called Waterfront Place on Yarrow Bay in Kirkland for $31.46 million.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Submarine veterans group hosted tolling ceremony in Kirkland
The U.S. Submarine Veterans Inc. held a Tolling the Boats ceremony Aug. 16 at Marina Park in downtown Kirkland to honor submarine veterans and remember World War II crews.
Kirkland Chamber hosts discussion on higher education
As the cost of tuition for higher education increases, Kirkland and Bothell colleges are attempting to find ways to address student and parental concerns.
Game developers would most like to work for Valve, survey finds
An Independent Game Developers Association survey of more than 2200 developers asked participants for their most desirable publishers and developers, and Valve came out on top - ahead of "my own company".
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Local VFW post to ship 15,000th package to the front lines
On Thursday, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2995 for the greater Lake Washington area will assemble its 15,000th package, and on Friday will ship it overseas as part of its troop support program.