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Boundary Changes Catharine Blaine/Lawton Discussion

Posted on October 29th, 2018 by Sara

Magnolia Elementary is scheduled to open in fall 2019 to provide more elementary school capacity in the Magnolia area. The construction team reports that the project is on schedule. Opening Magnolia Elementary will provide relief from over-crowding at Catharine Blaine K-8 and Lawton Elementary School. It will also address projected growth in the future. In Read the full article…


MAGNOLIA SHELL HIT AGAIN

Posted on October 18th, 2018 by Sara

Owner frustratedBy reporter Steven Smalley Thieves were at it again early this morning (Thursday) about 1:15 a.m. at the Magnolia Shell station at 34th & Government Way. This time they went after the propane tank that sits outside, as seen on video provided by Sam Nasif, owner of the station. The video shows a man and a woman Read the full article…


Magnolia Public Schools to Lose Teachers Next Week

Posted on September 21st, 2018 by Sara

Just two weeks into the school year, Magnolia Voice has been told that some of our teachers will be cut next week.  From Seattle Schools Community Forum: Today, a letter signed from Michael Tolley, Flip Herndon, JoLynn Berge, and Clover Codd went out saying, “Dear School Leaders….” The district has 775 fewer students than they thought they would.  They Read the full article…


NEW PARK IN THE VILLAGE FRIDAY

Posted on September 20th, 2018 by Sara

By reporter Steven Smalley Just for a day Get ready for a new look in the Village. The parking area along the west wall of Uptown Espresso on 33rd Avenue & McGraw, transforms into a park-let in celebration of International PARK(ing) Day, according to Pat Craft of The Magnolia Chamber of Commerce. The following is Read the full article…


Fatima’s Fall Festival is coming!

Posted on September 20th, 2018 by Sara


PREGNANT WOMAN FEARS GOING TO WORK

Posted on August 30th, 2018 by Sara

Armed criminals block her way By reporter Steven Smalley “I have contacted the police multiple times, and no one listens,” explains Daniela Eng of WBL Services just off Commodore Way in Magnolia. She says an illegal vagrant camp has created an environment so frightening she can’t exit her car to enter her office. “We have Read the full article…


COPS SEIZE $111K CASH & DRUGS FROM MAGNOLIA APARTMENT

Posted on August 24th, 2018 by Sara

From Seattle Police Department   “North and West Precinct Anti-Crime Teams arrested four people at a Magnolia Apartment, in the 4000 block of Gilman Avenue West. At the scene, police found 2 1/4 kilos of heroin, 443 grams of methamphetamine, 61 grams of crack cocaine, two stolen handguns, and $111,000 in cash. Three suspects arrested Read the full article…


Give blood Monday, August 13

Posted on August 3rd, 2018 by Sara

The need for blood is always there, especially in the summer.  Please consider donating blood August 13, at the Bloodworks NW bloodmobile. There is limited space on the bus.  They are asking donors to please make an appointment.  This will allow you to get in and out in a timely manner.   Walk-ins are welcome around those that Read the full article…


Summerfest is finally here…

Posted on August 3rd, 2018 by Sara

I cannot believe that it is already August. If you’re anything like me, it isn’t August in Magnolia until Summerfest.  Here is the lowdown on the weekend’s activities. Check out this hilarious cross-post from Facebook and Nextdoor (thanks Jake Milstein): Special thanks to the parents who chimed in and helped create this FAQ for Summerfest this Read the full article…


Snout and Co at Met Market today

Posted on July 20th, 2018 by Sara

Featured on Food Network’s “Eat Street”, award-winning, Magnolia-born and bred Snout and Co food truck will be at Met Market today until 2pm.  Check out the amazing . See you there!      


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