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DISASTER DRILL April 28 at BLAINE field

Posted on April 18th, 2018 by Sara

The City of Seattle will have a disaster drill from 9am-noon, Saturday April 28. Communications HUBS will be set up all over the City. Magnolia’s hub will be in the Blaine parking lot. In case of a disaster such as an earthquake we expect all or most communications will go out, phones, cell service, power Read the full article…


New convenience store in the ‘hood

Posted on April 17th, 2018 by Sara

By reporter Steven Smalley Work has already started on a remodel of the Shell gas station on 34th & Government Way which will soon transform into Magnolia’s latest C-store, according to sources. Reach-in coolers covered in plastic now occupy what were previously automobile service bays. Tires and brakes will soon get swapped for beer and Read the full article…


Meet Magnolia Elementary’s Katie Cryan Leary

Posted on April 11th, 2018 by Sara

The district has announced a new Principal for Magnolia Elementary school: To the Magnolia community, I am pleased to announce that Ms. Katie Cryan Leary has been selected to be the Planning Principal for Magnolia Elementary School which is scheduled to open in fall 2019. From 2001 – 2009, Ms. Cryan Leary was the assistant Read the full article…


Neighbors complain: New street lights too bright & too blue

Posted on April 7th, 2018 by Sara

By reporter Steven SmalleyHere they come, down your street. New brilliant white (actually, blue) LED (Light Emitting Diode) street lights guaranteed to brighten your night, brought to you by the City of Seattle. LEDs are not only more luminescent, they are cheaper, and longer lasting. Classic win-win-win, right? Not to some irate Magnolia neighbors who are up Read the full article…


car theft

Posted on April 6th, 2018 by Sara

A neighbor emailed: I am writing to report a car theft that occurred sometime between March 23rd & March 24th, likely in the wee hours, around the intersection of W. Montfort Pl and 43rd Ave. W. The thief took most everything but left my grandson’s car seat. I guess one can try to be thankful for little things. I Read the full article…


Is your teacher a Super Hero? Tell us about them for their chance to win Teacher of the Year!

Posted on April 3rd, 2018 by Sara

It’s that time of year again! Time to honor Washington state’s best and brightest heroes (educators) in the classroom! Ivar’s and Kidd Valley Restaurants are calling on all kindergarten through eighth grade students to nominate their favorite, deserving teacher for a chance to take home the 2018 Teacher of the Year honors. Two well-deserving educators Read the full article…


Seattle Animal Shelter conducting emphasis patrols on saltwater beaches

Posted on March 26th, 2018 by Sara

Dogs, even leashed, are not allowed on beaches It’s spring in Seattle, which means blossoming and hatching all around us. This is a particularly important time to ensure that immature wildlife have their best opportunity to flourish in the Northwest. To help protect the young wildlife, the Seattle Animal Shelter will be conducting emphasis patrols Read the full article…


Don’t miss the Magnolia Little League Parade and Pitch, Hit & Run today

Posted on March 24th, 2018 by Sara

The annual tradition to kick off the season will be this Saturday with 550 plus Little Leaguers marching into the village around 10:30 AM. Players should be in full uniform without cleats, and of course, bring your team banner to show the love for all of our great sponsors. The Mariner Moose will be on Read the full article…


Writing new Magnolia History Book III: Magnolia: Mid-Century Memories 50-60’s

Posted on March 19th, 2018 by Sara

From Monica Wooton: Magnolia writers, researchers, sources, peer editors, and old photos wanted! We are looking for your help, ideas and suggestions. We already have begun to build our team who will tackle the history of the The Army Reserve, the Magnolia Garden Clubs, the building of Blaine and the Magnolia Community Center and more. Read the full article…


SPU Theatre Presents Love’s Labour’s Lost

Posted on March 16th, 2018 by Sara

Seattle Pacific University’s Theatre Department will present Love’s Labour’s Lost April 19-21 and April 26-28 in the McKinley Hall Theatre. Performances will be held at 7:30 p.m., with the exception of one matinee performance Saturday, April 28 at 2 p.m. Under the direction of local guest director Carol Roscoe, Love’s Labour’s Lost is one of William Shakespeare’s earliest comedies, following Read the full article…


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