The Cow and Coyote have a lot to be thankful for – they love the gorgeous city they live in, their friendly neighbors, and of course, their many outfits that ensure they are ready for any celebration. They’d be very thankful if you stopped by to snap a picture with them.
Thanks to School Counselor, Kathy Dryden, several dozen winter coats purchased by the Rotary Club of Kirkland were distributed to students at John Muir Elementary. Additionally, School Counselor Brynn Nielsen of Robert Frost Elementary was able to ensure a number of students from Robert Frost Elementary also received new winter coats. For many years, […]
Monday, November 20 9 to 11 am We’ll be working along the CKC in Totem Lake (red “X” on map). Parking available next to the CKC at 120th Ave NE (red “P” on map). If you are driving, please try to arrive by 9, so you can get a parking pass. If you arrive after 9, walk north on the trail […]
An ordinance regulating short-term rentals in the City of Kirkland was adopted by the City Council at their October 17, 2017 meeting. The new Ordinance O-4607, defines short-term rentals as a rental lasting for less than thirty days as opposed to long-term rentals which are defined as 30 days or more. FAQs and information regarding the ordinance is […]
By Bonni Sundberg Kiwanis Club of Kirkland Marketing Chair Periodically, the Kiwanis Club of Kirkland honors a person in our community for service they have given in various capacities that affects the lives of others in a positive way. This is done by presenting them with an “Everyday Hero” award. Earlier this fall, the […]
The Kirkland Parks Foundation is looking for a part-time project manager on a contract basis to be responsible for a 6-month project to develop and implement a STEM contest along the Kirkland Cross Kirkland Corridor sponsored by Google. Participants will include students, parents, faculty and others from within the LWSD. Prizes will be awarded to […]
November 9, 2017 Kirkland Fire Department Media Information Line: 425-587-3699 Kirkland, Wash. – On Wednesday, November 8, 2017, Kirkland firefighters extinguished two house fires within forty minutes of each other. There were no injuries to civilians or firefighters. Kirkland Fire Department units were assisted by crews from Woodinville, Bothell, and Redmond. A unique […]
An Opinion Cartoon from talented cartoonist, Tony Cresci.
Every once in a while we receive cartoons from talented cartoonist, Tony Cresci. We received a few over the summer and were unable to post at that time. We are now back to posting on a regular schedule and wanted to include these Opinion Cartoons. Artist: Anthony Cresci
Local Sponsors Needed to Spread Holiday Cheer The Adopt-a-Family Program at Youth Eastside Services (YES) provides welcome economic relief to YES families by bringing community members together to meet needs during the holiday season. YES is currently seeking companies, community groups and individuals to sponsor a family from Eastside communities. Sponsors are notified of […]