Kirkland Reads: Creating Conversations

Kirkland Reads: Creating Conversations, is a program taking place Kirkland-wide this fall. Kirkland Reads, Creating Conversations will bring Kirklanders together for conversations about “Spare Parts: Four Undocumented Teenagers, One Ugly Robot, and the Battle for the American Dream” by Joshua Davis. “Spare Parts” is available as a book, movie and documentary, and we and our […]

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Two Teenagers Injured When Struck by Vehicle in Kirkland

July 5th, 2018 Just after 10:00pm this evening Kirkland Police responded to the 5900blk of Lake Washington Boulevard on a report of a vehicle striking two pedestrians.  Officers arrived and found a female teenager and a male teenager had been struck by a passenger car which was headed northbound on Lake Washington Boulevard.  The two […]

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Kirkland City Council Seeks Volunteers for Potential Public Safety Sales Tax Ballot Proposition Statement Committees

The Kirkland City Council is recruiting interested residents to formulate the statements that will appear in the voters’ pamphlet for and against a potential Public Safety sales tax ballot measure.  The Kirkland City Council has not yet approved a draft or final legislative action to place the sales tax measure related to Police and Community […]

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Métier Brewing Company Marks Grand Opening with Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony in Woodinville

Family and bike-friendly brewery and taproom prides itself on community, inclusivity and damn good beer Woodinville– Métier Brewing Company, a new Woodinville brewery and taproom, will celebrate its grand opening on Saturday, July 7, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, food trucks, family activities and ample tastings of its locally crafted beers. The community is invited to join […]

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