Archive | June, 2018

Coyote Sightings

A coyote pack has been spotted in Northern Juanita, near Simmonds Road and 100th. As we all have seen, it is an exceptional year for the rabbits, and the coyotes are taking advantage. If you see them, it is best to make loud noises to scare them, referred to as “coyote hazing” by the Humane […]

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Washington’s New Green Business Program Recognizes 100th Business

EnviroStars reaches milestone with recognition of U.S. Cleaners in Kirkland The EnviroStars green business program has recognized its 100th business for environmental practices since launching statewide last fall. “EnviroStars was created to provide Washington businesses with a single, trusted resource for environmental assistance,” said Kirkland Councilmember Jon Pascal, Chair of the Council’s Public Works, Parks […]

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Star Spangled Cow and Coyote Ready for the 4th of July

    The Cow and Coyote are all ready for the 4th of July Parade! Come join the Festivities on Wednesday, July 4th.   11:30 AM Children’s Walking Parade: begins at Market and Central 12:00 PM Old Fashioned Downtown Parade: Begins at Market and Central 1:00 PM-10:30 PM Food and Sponsor Vendors: Marina Park 5:00 PM Music in the […]

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Kirkland 4th of July Parade Grand Marshall

John Kenny will be the Grand Marshall for Kirkland’s 4th of July Parade 2018. He is an amazing 92 year young WWII combat veteran.   Bio in John Kenny’s words At age 17 in 1943 I enlisted in the United States Army. I was called to active duty two weeks after my 18th birthday.  I […]

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International Community School Key Club Sponsors Talent Show Raises Money for Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program

Kirkland’s International Community School (ICS) is unique in many ways.  It is very small by comparison to other local high schools, educating approximately 440 students from grades 6-12, each grade having about 60 students.  “International” in the school’s name reflects an international focus in curriculum.   ICS is also unique in that it is a […]

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Letter to the Editor | Taking Care of our Kirkland Parks

As the school year ends and warm weather begins, families move outside to enjoy the sunshine and the facilities at Kirkland’s parks and recreation areas. Grandparents, parents and children; pet owners; and sports enthusiasts enjoy the large variety of facilities through the city. When we include the waterfront, community, neighborhood and natural parks; select sports […]

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Cinemark to Open an Eight-Screen Movie Theatre in The Village at Totem Lake

Construction has begun on the state-of-the-art multiplex with café in popular Eastside community of Kirkland, Washington Cinemark Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: CNK), a leader in the motion picture exhibition industry, announced its plans to build a state-of-the-art, eight-screen theatre at The Village at Totem Lake in Kirkland, Washington.  The multiplex will include an XD auditorium with […]

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The Innovation Triangle Represents Region at Select USA Investment Summit

Innovation Triangle works together to create business opportunities in Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond Economic Development officials representing the Innovation Triangle, a collaboration between the cities of Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond together with the Economic Development Council of Seattle & King County(EDC) will attend theSelectUSA Summit in Washington, D.C. from June 20 to 22, 2018. The […]

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