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Tuesday, March 31, 2015 -- 5:42 pm
Local science fair winner does Magnolia proud
Magnolia Voice - Athena Pierce, a sixth-grader at Catherine Blaine K-8,  won big at the 58th annual Washington State Science and Engineering Fair, held in Bremerton on March 27-28, 2015. Prior to the fair, Athena worked for four months on her project, testing phototropic and gravitropic responses in various plants.  Last weekend she presented her project to several teams of interviewers.  […] Read more...
Monday, March 30, 2015 -- 10:06 pm
Local tech company makes Blaine boy's birthday extra special
Magnolia Voice - And now, a happy story! MV reader Cortney writes: I have to ask how many Gen-X parents of "screenagers" feel an unsettling love hate relationship with today's technologies? We are locked into its wispy webs personally and financially - with a great deal of us working in the tech sector - pledging allegiance to an […] Read more...
Monday, March 30, 2015 -- 3:45 pm
Conley's killer found guilty of manslaughter
Magnolia Voice - The man accused of killing Magnolia's Molly Conley in a drive-by shooting in 2013 in Snohomish County, has been found guilty of manslaughter. Erick Walker was also found guilty of five drive-by shooting and four assault charges. Prosecutors were seeking a first-degree murder charge. Walker shot 15-year-old Molly Conley once in the neck as she and five friends […] Read more...
Sunday, March 29, 2015 -- 10:10 pm
Two small children need help
Magnolia Voice - By reporter Steven Smalley Following the untimely death of Rafael Dahlbeck, a house painter with a long history in Magnolia, a fund has been set up to assist his two surviving children. The Angielena and Anthony Martin-Dahlbeck Fund is accepting  donations to help in their time of need. Click here to enter the GoFundMe website. […] Read more...
Sunday, March 29, 2015 -- 9:35 pm
Found - Drone
Magnolia Voice - Did you lose a drone? Saturday March 21st a Drone flew into my tree, appeared to be out of control from the wind.  You can email me to claim at: carolynlora@nullgmail.com.  Be prepared to either provide the serial number or describe what you had tied to the drone. Read more...
Friday, March 27, 2015 -- 3:51 pm
Magnolia Historical Society Annual Meeting
Magnolia Voice - All are invited! IN MAGNOLIA'S BACKYARD: HOW FORT LAWTON AND ITS HISTORIC DISTRICT CAME ABOUT AND WHERE IT'S GOING  Speakers: Mimi Sheridan, Historian and Preservationist and Gary Blakeslee, THRIVE Communities  A look at the tug-of-war history of the Fort's growth over a century, the creation of Discovery Park and the Historic District to the restoration […] Read more...
Friday, March 27, 2015 -- 3:35 pm
Little League Parade tomorrow in the Village
Magnolia Voice - Don't miss the Magnolia Little League Parade, this Saturday, March 28th.  All are invited to line the streets of downtown Magnolia and catch 'baseball fever' as the Little Leaguers march in their finest, starting at 10:30 am. This year, look for the Mariner Moose,  Police and Fire Departments and Boy Scouts, as well as players, coaches, umpires and volunteers. Players should wear their […] Read more...
Friday, March 27, 2015 -- 1:07 pm
Railroad wants to talk to fire chiefs in private about oil trains
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - ... communities." Washington has experienced one oil train accident. Three cars of a BNSF train derailed beneath the Magnolia Bridge last July. The train was going only 5 miles an hour. Each of the cars carried 27,000 gallons of Bakken crude oil from ... Read more...
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 -- 10:08 pm
Gray Sky Gallery officially opens
Magnolia Voice - Magnolia's newest art space, Gray Sky Gallery and Art Studio, held their Grand Opening Celebration this week at Interbay Worklofts. Over 200 hundred visitors attended the event to view work by local Magnolia artists Julie Jacobson, Corrie Ebel, Laura Van Horne, and Julie Devine. For more information about Gray Sky Gallery, member artists, and classes/summer […] Read more...
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 -- 9:08 pm
Town Hall Meeting April 9th
Magnolia Voice - All are invited to join the Magnolia Community Council and the Magnolia Chamber of Commerce for a Town Hall meeting on Thursday, April 9th, from 7-9pm.  The meeting will be held at Catherine Blaine School in the cafeteria. Invite your friends & neighbors and participate in the discussion about the future of Magnolia, especially the Village. Attendees will learn about […] Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 12:47 pm
RAMBLINGS | With spring comes cleaning
Queen Anne & Magnolia News - ... and mailed if off to her sister, who's deep in still-snowbound Michigan. The coming of spring also means that our Magnolia domicile got its semi-annual "power clean." We started by throwing out the remnants of winter. We finally took the Christmas ... Read more...
Monday, March 23, 2015 -- 10:27 pm
Did you see this car accident?
Magnolia Voice - Heather writes: Hoping you can help. My car was parked just past the bus stop at 29th and W. Tilden St. on Wednesday, March 18th. It was parked there from approximately 1:45pm to 5:30pm, and when I went outside I noticed the drivers's side mirror was shattered and pushed back as if it had been […] Read more...
Monday, March 23, 2015 -- 10:15 pm
Still time to comment on proposed policies for Seattle's industrial lands
Magnolia Voice - MV reader J writes: Hello, I recently went to a meeting at Q Café regarding the future of Interbay. The meeting was put on by the Seattle Department of  Planning and Development and it was sparsely attended. The city is looking for input from interested parties, but there were very few Magnolia residents at the meeting. The current city proposals aim […] Read more...
Monday, March 23, 2015 -- 9:23 pm
Another Village burglary
Magnolia Voice - By reporter Steven Smalley  Golden Nails and Spa, at 34th and West McGraw, got hit by an unknown perpetrator about 1 a.m. Saturday night, according to the owner. Entry was made by breaking the glass in the front door, following an unsuccessful attempt to pry open the entrance. An undisclosed amount of money was taken […] Read more...
Friday, March 20, 2015 -- 6:51 pm
Magnolia Coop Toy and Clothing Sale Saturday
Magnolia Voice - Bring a big bag and line up early for one of Magnolia's most-anticipated sales of the year. Magnolia Cooperative Preschool's annual Toy and Clothing (and bake) Sale is this Saturday (3/21) from 9am-2pm at the United Church of Christ -3555 West McGraw Street. More than 20 families are selling their items this year.  You will find tons of high-quality, upcycled […] Read more...
Friday, March 20, 2015 -- 2:09 pm
Who, What, When, Where, How and Why
Magnolia Voice - John Maynard reporting. Hi everyone, and a big Western howdy to you. Especially to those who took the time to write in to let me know this posting is a blight to all blogs. Thanks, but I already knew that. When we last met, I was promoting my party/dance band (The Turdles) playing on Valentine's […] Read more...
Friday, March 20, 2015 -- 12:22 pm
City awards $544,000 in matching funds for neighborhood projects
Ballard News-Tribune - ... Alliance to enhance and promote the annual Queen Anne Days celebration. (Community match: $19,800) $23,000 to Magnolia Chamber of Commerce to engage the neighborhood to define a collective vision for Magnolia Village and steps to help shape future ... Read more...
Thursday, March 19, 2015 -- 12:54 pm
City aims to protect industrial lands, asks public for feedback
Ballard News-Tribune - ... plan that determines how the Seattle will grow. The DPD held the second of three meetings last week in Magnolia. A third meeting will be in George Town. David Goldberg of the Department of Planning and Development and the Ballard Partnership for ... Read more...
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 -- 1:06 pm
Seattle Soundings | Why can't we have nice things?
Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter - ... using transportation money. For the last decade, while bridge and road repairs backed up and the earthquake-damaged Magnolia Bridge quietly awaited collapse, the City of Seattle spent its discretionary capital funds on first the "Mercer mess" and ... Read more...
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 -- 11:17 pm
Historical Perspective: Magnolia Historical Society - A history of volunteering...
Magnolia Voice - By Monica Wooton, Board member Magnolia's award winning history book: Magnolia: Making More Memories, worked on 15 years ago and published before Christmas of 2000 was the beginning of a massive volunteering effort over the years that literally has changed Magnolia history. Magnolia Community Club Board members, all volunteers, procured two Department of Neighborhood Grants which required […] Read more...



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