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Tuesday, September 1, 2015 -- 12:57 pm
Concerns raised over proposal for longer WTD trucking hours
Queen Anne & Magnolia News - Trucks leaving the West Point Treatment Plant transport biosolids to two other facilities across the state. Photo courtesy of King County Wastewater Treatment Division Every day between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and again from 6 to 9 p.m., trucks roll out of the West Point Treatment Plant and through Magnolia carrying Loop, a natural soil amendment and product of wastewater treatment. Read more...
Saturday, August 29, 2015 -- 11:38 am
Morning power outage
Magnolia Voice - By reporter Steve Smalley A power outage had most of Magnolia without electricity. MV was on the scene with Seattle City Light-the cause of the outage has been repaired. There was a tree limb across the wires at 36th and Emerson.   Read more...
Friday, August 28, 2015 -- 11:17 pm
Half-naked man creates scene in the Village
Magnolia Voice - By reporter Steven Smalley Seattle Fire and Police units were called this afternoon to render assistance to a man found rolling in the street in the Magnolia Village wearing only underwear. First responders managed to get the man, who was crawling and writhing in the crosswalk on the corner of 32nd and McGraw, to a […] Read more...
Friday, August 28, 2015 -- 8:48 am
The Morning News: Turnover in the Mayor's Office, Smoke in Omak,...
The Stranger - ... to have a new GM in place as soon as practical." A Man Has Been Charged for Beating a Homeless Couple Under the Magnolia Bridge: Charging documents outline the details of Monday night's horrifying attack on a homeless couple under the Magnolia ... Read more...
Thursday, August 27, 2015 -- 10:58 pm
Urban Family Bottle Release tomorrow
Magnolia Voice - Don't miss the Urban Family Brewing Bottle Release Friday Aug 28th at 4PM. They'll be releasing two barrel-aged beers from the ‘Fancy Sauce' series. ‘Fancy Sauce: Raspberry': 'Aged in white wine barrels with our house microflora for 13 months with three different raspberry additions totaling more than 90 lbs per barrel. This beer is bright red, dry […] Read more...
Thursday, August 27, 2015 -- 8:41 pm
Proposed homeless site contaminated
Magnolia Voice - By reporter Steven Smalley In a letter to Mayor Ed Murray, Jeff Thompson of the Interbay Neighborhood Association and Eugene Wasserman of the North Seattle Industrial Association, implore his honor to "defer" a decision by the city to select the City Light Interbay site at 3234 17th Avenue West as the new location for a […] Read more...
Thursday, August 27, 2015 -- 8:35 pm
Makeshift memorial for murdered woman
Magnolia Voice - By reporter Steven Smalley Seemingly overnight, a memorial of hand printed words on eight feet of cardboard was taped to the Magnolia Bridge to remember the homeless woman whose life was needlessly ended two nights ago. Surrounded by a few flowers, a card, and one lone candle, the memorial stands out to drivers as they […] Read more...
Wednesday, August 26, 2015 -- 10:57 pm
Tortoise Found on 37th West near Dravus Street Steps
Magnolia Voice - Is this your tortoise? A tortoise about seven inches across appeared in a rockery on 37th Avenue West on Monday, just south of the Dravus Street steps. If this is your pet, please contact bellabeaty@nullearthlink.net to arrange a pickup.   Read more...
Tuesday, August 25, 2015 -- 9:58 am
Murder under the Magnolia Bridge
Magnolia Voice - By reporter Steven SmalleySeattle Police were called to a murder scene under the Magnolia Bridge near 15th Avenue last night. Two victims, a man and a woman, were living together in a tent adjacent to the suspect's tent, according to a witness who knew those involved. Police sources say the adult female murder victim was […] Read more...
Thursday, August 20, 2015 -- 3:02 pm
Announcing Summerfest 2016!
Magnolia Voice - Magnolia's Summerfest will be back next year, August 5-7, after a fantastic community fundraising effort. The annual family festival, dangerously low on funds just two weeks before this year's event, raised enough money to more than cover expenses. "Thank you, Magnolia," said Doug Kaimakis, Summerfest committee volunteer. "We not only raised enough to cover this […] Read more...
Monday, August 17, 2015 -- 12:47 pm
Save lives-give blood today at Fatima
Magnolia Voice - The Magnolia Community Blood Drive is today. Our community's need for blood products, to save lives and improve the quality of life for patients, never goes away. From  Bloodworks Northwest: Every 2 minutes someone is Western Washington needs blood. Bloodworks Northwest must register around 900 donors per weekday. Just last week, there were three patients in their […] Read more...
Friday, August 14, 2015 -- 5:49 pm
Interbay encampment meeting
Magnolia Voice - Last month, the Mayor's Office released a list of seven potential City-owned sites that could be used for sanctioned tent encampments. Three of the sites were recommended for use in 2015, and one of those sites is 3234 17th Avenue W in the Interbay neighborhood. All are invited to a community meeting in Interbay to hear […] Read more...
Wednesday, August 12, 2015 -- 10:55 pm
More Thorndyke complaints
Magnolia Voice - Gretchen writes: Thorndyke is becoming a garbage dump! Motorhomes parked with piles of garbage outside their doors. Legal to park these Motorhomes for weeks at a time? Dump garbage on the side of the road? Just curious and somewhat irritated! Read more...
Wednesday, August 12, 2015 -- 10:11 pm
Random window breakings
Magnolia Voice - An MV reader writes: (I) don't know if you guys have heard or seen but this morning as I'm getting up for work at six in the morning my car was vandalized someone took a big rock and threw it to the back of my window on my trunk I noticed that down in between Ruffner […] Read more...
Tuesday, August 11, 2015 -- 11:33 am
Veyera named new staff reporter
Queen Anne & Magnolia News - Joe Veyera is the new staff reporter for Pacific Publishing Co.' s Capitol Hill Times, Queen Anne & Magnolia News, City Living Seattle and Madison Park Times. Read more...
Monday, August 10, 2015 -- 6:12 pm
Historic photos of Queen Anne
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - ... May 1903. Photo: City Of Seattle Municipal Archive Queen Anne Hill Parkway with a view across Smith Cove to Magnolia Bluff, pictured May 1903. Photo: City Of Seattle Municipal Archive Homes on Queen Anne Hill as seen from Howe Street and 10th ... Read more...
Saturday, August 8, 2015 -- 12:20 am
"Kids" Farmers Market
Magnolia Voice - Is your kid an artist or crafter? Perhaps he or she has an exceptionally green thumb? On Saturday, August 15, kids from the Magnolia neighborhood are invited to sell their homemade or home grown goods at a special booth at the Magnolia Farmers Market.  All proceeds benefit Summerfest 2016.  If your child is interested, please contact Martha […] Read more...
Wednesday, August 5, 2015 -- 7:30 pm
Seattle Police Bomb Squad investigates suspicious package
Magnolia Voice - By reporter Steven Smalley A reader alerted Magnolia Voice to police activity outside Bartell Drug in the Village this afternoon as officers suited up for a suspicious package. Bomb Squad vehicles were present with a BMW robot ready to go to work. Police officers tell Magnolia Voice nothing relating to a bomb was found after […] Read more...
Saturday, August 1, 2015 -- 4:33 pm
No raised crosswalk or all-way stop-flashing beacons to be installed at 32nd Ave W and W Raye
Magnolia Voice - It looks like we are at the end of the line for the hotly contested intersection of 32nd Ave W and W Raye St. As we reported in June, parents, community members and Magnolia leaders came together to ask SDOT for a solution for the dangerous crosswalk. SDOT has completed its latest review of the crosswalk, and has […] Read more...
Saturday, August 1, 2015 -- 9:50 am
I 'Dated' a Bunch of City Council Candidates So You Don't Have...
The Stranger - ... issue most of the city isn't really following. District 7 includes Downtown, South Lake Union, Queen Anne, and Magnolia. I had a fever while writing the post about Sally Bagshaw. I compared her candidacy for city council to trying to keep up with ... Read more...



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