The Kirkland Police Department is joining 33 cities across the state as they add one more Chief of Police to their rosters. Kirkland’s newest “Little Chief,” eight-year-old Tiffany Larson, attends Peter Kirk Elementary School and will be sworn in as Chief for a Day at 11:00 a.m. August 18, 2016, at the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (WSCJTC), 19010 1st Ave. S, in Burien. Tiffany will be honored as part of a state-wide program that celebrates the lives of children who have been diagnosed with a serious illness.
“Never has so much been asked of so many to move so few.” – An Homage to Winston Churchill Sound Transit 3: A very (un)sound idea. A Seattle Times photo of a crowded Sound Transit light rail car reminded one of our readers of a can of sardines. When another reader reflexively defended Sound Transit, […]
On Friday night, our family attended a wonderful performance of The Wizard of Oz and we left the show with smiles on our faces and songs in our hearts. Something else happened that night: we became huge fans of Studio East! The show, performed by the young artists of Studio East, was so enchanting that […]
“The idea is to build on top of existing traffic patterns rather than having to dig costly subway systems. Because it relies on more existing infrastructure than a subway, this design is expected to cost just 60 percent of what subways would, and save on the carbon emissions that would result from an equivalent number […]
Kirkland Rotarian of the year Rick Walter took his family to upstate New York to witness the first Mariner inducted to the Baseball Hall of Fame. While there, he stopped by the Cooperstown Chapter of Rotary vendor booth where they sell tiny baseball bats to commemorate the inductees. Just like the Puget Sound Duck Dash […]
Volunteer to remove invasive plants from the CKC at these upcoming events:
Monday, August 8
9 to 11 am
Saturday, August 13
8 to 11 am
We’ll be working on the section north of Chainline Brewing.
Parking available on 5th Pl S.
I am very worried that the proposed Seaplane Airport at Carillon Point will significantly and negatively alter this serenity. My office is in the South Lake Union area, and I am very familiar with the noise from seaplanes. This is not a big deal in the SLU area…as it is mostly commercial. But for a mostly residential area like we have surrounding Carillon Point, it would be bad. No one wants to listen to loud seaplanes coming and going…
Commuters may experience traffic delays due to the Life Care Center of Kirkland Car Show to be held at the center located at 10101 NE 120th Street on Saturday, August 20. NE 120th Street from 100th Avenue NE to 102nd Place NE will be closed to traffic from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Shuttle […]
Kirkland’s largest arts and music festival is just around the corner, (August 11 – 13) and here is the schedule for what is happening next weekend.
For more information, please visit www.kirklandsummerfest.com
On August 2, 2016 at approximately 9:00 am, Detectives with the Kirkland Police Department served a search warrant on a residence in the 7600 block of NE 143rd St as part of an investigation into the possession and distribution of child pornography. Subsequent to the warrant service, evidence was secured that led to the arrest of the 55 year old male resident. The subject was booked into the King County Jail on felony charges…