Eden Prairie Center’s newest store, Umi’s Boutique, exists at the intersection of hard work and good luck.
A mother and two children sit on the grass, playing in the sun; one peers through a telescope while the other commands her mother’s attention. The everyday scene from over 100 years ago shows the Tuckey family, early residents of Eden Prairie, but the photograph − recently restored by the Ed…
When Laura Guerrero was 12, she accompanied her mother − a professor at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter − on a trip to Costa Rica, where she tested her burgeoning Spanish skills and first discovered the power of speaking another language.
As a full moon rose on Friday the 13th, the Eden Prairie Players drew a crowd to the Riley-Jacques Barn for the debut of the 15th annual One Acts.
Presale tickets for Friday's Eden Prairie vs. Shakopee high school football game at the Minnesota Vikings' Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center Stadium will be available for purchase Tuesday and Wednesday at the Eden Prairie High School Activities Office.
JazzMN Orchestra returns to Chanhassen Dinner Theatres with a new artistic director, JC Sanford, for its 2019-20 season.
Listen to this week's episode of Sports 4 Dummies with sports editors Dan Huss, Tom Schardin, Eric Kraushar and Todd Abeln:
The new Scheels sporting goods store being built at Eden Prairie Center is slated to have a Ferris wheel, 16,000-gallon aquarium, and even a deli serving treats and fudge, soups and sandwiches. The company's goal is to attract families from far and wide to visit this soon-to-be flagship stor…
Funds are in place to repair storm damage along a three-mile length of the Minnesota River Bluffs Regional Trail that has been closed for more than five years.
We see them everywhere. We see them in movies, and behind the scenes. We see them in magazines with words that seem to pop out at you. We see them all over Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook, the biggest and most developed social media networks. We see them at award shows, such as the…
Did you know last spring the Minnesota House passed the Comprehensive Sex Ed (CSE) Bill (HF 1414)? It mandates that all Pre-K-12 public/charter schools must teach either an approved Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) model CSE curricula or one that complies with their approved model cur…
The 2019 Eden Prairie Arts in the Park event will be on Saturday, Sept. 21, after its original May date was canceled due to weather, according to the city of Eden Prairie’s website.
The parents of a teenager killed in Chanhassen by sheriff’s deputies last summer are taking two Carver County offices and a public official to court.
The play based-on the life of Tennessee Williams and widely considered one of America's most significant plays opens at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis this month.
Brownie is an affectionate and friendly female chocolate lab mix born August 2016. Sadly, she became a stray and no one came for her. She is house trained and knows basic commands. She enjoys nyla bones while in her crate when you are at work. She is outgoing and smart. She likes to lean aga…
If it feels like there was more road construction in Eden Prairie this summer, you're not wrong, according to City Engineer Rod Rue.
Last week, I wrote about tennis being a lifestyle and a lifetime sport. I received an email from a reader asking for some tips for senior players. It is true that as we get older our body does not always react as fast as in our younger days, but, I must first relate an experience that I had …
Students are invited to create an app and submit it to the 3rd Congressional District's Congressional App Challenge, a news release from U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips' office says.
Before the start of the school year, the Chaska/Chanhassen/Eden Prairie Mountain Bike Team kicked off its season with a race in Austin, Minnesota.
Lake Conference teams finished one (Minnetonka, 830 points), two (Wayzata, 453.5) and three (Eden Prairie, 424) at Saturday’s Minnetonka Invitational.
With the Eden Prairie defense doing defensive things, coach Mike Grant burned his final timeout with 36 seconds remaining in the first half.
When 14-year-old Bharatanatyam dancer Rathika Murali steps onto the stage this month at the Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center, it will be with the weight of nine years of her hard work, and 2,000 years that have shaped the Indian classical dance tradition.
After having played quarterback for the Minnesota Vixen women’s professional tackle football team for three years, Kiersten Hansen walked away, but didn’t officially retire.
Sept. 8-15, 2019 is National Suicide Prevention Week. Each year, 47,000 Americans die by suicide. For every person who dies by suicide, 25 people attempt suicide. That’s 1,175,000 people who are in so much pain they feel they can do nothing but die to make their pain go away. With the United…
SouthWest Transit has declared this year’s Minnesota State Fair service a success, despite being in the red financially.
After beating Minneapolis Southwest 3-0 on Thursday, Sept. 5, the Eden Prairie High School volleyball team ran its overall record to 9-1.
The Junk Bonanza Vintage Market returns to Canterbury Park, 1100 Canterbury Road S., Shakopee, Sept. 26-28, showcasing vintage finds, antiques and artisan re-purposed goods from more than 150 handpicked vintage purveyors.
A blustery Saturday afternoon wasn’t enough to turn a record 684 beer lovers away from the Prairie Brewfest at Purgatory Creek Park in Eden Prairie, where the Eden Prairie Community Foundation held its annual fundraiser and celebration of spirits on Sept. 7.
The body found in the Minnesota River near Belle Plaine on Sept. 5 was that of 62-year-old Watertown resident Bruce Copenhaver, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office said late Sunday.
Students familiarizing themselves with Eden Prairie’s schools this month will find numerous changes, large and small, throughout the districts’ eight schools. Thanks to voter approval of Designing Pathways last May, dozens of updates and maintenance projects received funding from the $39 mil…
You may be thinking there’s a typo in the title of this column, but no. As I submit this column on the last day of the State Fair, I’m renaming the Great Minnesota Get-Together. For the purposes of this article, State Feast is a more appropriate name for the gastronomical extravaganza we’ve …
Eden Prairie residents showed their skills at the Minnesota State Fair this year, with 17 locals taking home first-place prizes. According to the State Fair's website, the following Eden Prairie residents came in first place in their respective categories:
With the Eden Prairie defense doing defensive things, Coach Mike Grant burned his final timeout with just 36 seconds remaining in the first half of Friday's game against Woodbury.
U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Deephaven) hosts a public town hall meeting 9:30-11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 7 at Chanhassen High School Auditorium, 2200 Lyman Blvd., Chanhassen.
More than a year has passed since Prior Lake resident Kelsey Ferguson lost her husband and welcomed a baby boy into the world. It all happened within four days.
Mavis is a rusty tan-and-black tabby girl with soft medium-length hair. She enjoys petting, brushing and playing with her water dish. She’s friendly with strangers and trusted folks as well as kind kids over age 4. She’s young, so introduce her to gentle dogs and she’ll do fine. She is outgo…
Authorities located a body in the Minnesota River Thursday morning near the site of an unoccupied boat that was discovered Sept. 2, a news release from the Scott County Sheriff’s Office said this morning.
Eden Prairie’s state representatives will hold a back-to-school town hall on Sept. 17, according to a news release from the Minnesota House of Representatives.
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- At 74 years young, Eden Prairie's Bob Krowech sets deadlift world record (501 pounds)
- Eagle Heights Spanish Immersion put their skills to use in 7-day Guatemala trip
- Under a full moon on Friday the 13th, Eden Prairie Players One Acts turn 15
- If you noticed more road construction this summer, blame the city's 1970 boom
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- Public Notices from the September 5, 2019 Eden Prairie News