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  • Candidates sound off at SOS forum
    District 7 voters packed the Magnolia Community Center gymnasium to take stock of the nine candidates seeking to replace Seattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw in 2020.
  • Magnolia chamber boosts nonprofits
    The Magnolia Chamber of Commerce wants to be known for more than just helping businesses make profits and attract customers. It wants to be a holistic part of its community.
  • Oak View Group shares Seattle arena update
    The new Seattle Center arena will cost significantly more than earlier projections, but Seattle Hockey Partners CEO Tod Leiweke says it will be worth it when the sports and concert venue reopens in summer 2021.
  • Landmarks board accepts masonic lodge nomination
    The Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board has accepted the nomination of the Queen Anne Masonic Lodge building, not because of the fraternal order’s history there, but because of its original use as the neighborhood’s first telephone exchange.
  • Friends of Discovery Park outline South Beach Trail preferred design
    Friends of Discovery Park presented a new, preferred trail design during a public meeting on Wednesday, April 10, at the Discovery Park Educational Center, which volunteers believe will bring more accessibility and views to the trail.
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  • History of a Queen Anne club
    Women’s clubs ignited in popularity throughout the United States in the late 19th century. Even before they could vote, women wanted to better themselves and their communities. One of these clubs is still going strong today after 125 years — the Queen Anne Fortnightly Club.
  • WWII veteran receives Legion of Honor
    World War II veteran and Queen Anne resident Duane Hyde was the guest of honor last month at the French Consulate in San Francisco, where Consul General Emmanuel Lebrun-Damiens presented the 95-year-old veteran with the Legion of Honor Medal, the highest order of merit in France for outstanding achievements in military or civilian life.

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