Picha Heritage Farm will host its 20th annual Birch Island Woods Plant Sale with curbside pickup beginning May 6, owner Terry Picha told Eden Prairie News.
Annual physicals; eyeglass prescription renewals; dental cleanings. All of these non-essential healthcare services have been put on hold as doctors from optometrists to dentists struggle to stay socially distanced from the few patients who require emergency services unrelated to the COVID-19…
For 22 years, Marge and Tom Ruhberg lived in a peaceful gated community 100 miles west of Chicago. Surrounded by a lake, golf course and ski hill, it was the spot to be for the insurance and retail retirees.
The Corporate Aircraft Association (CAA) at Flying Cloud Airport has voted to keep Premier Jet Center as the CAA Preferred Fixed-Base Operator (FBO) for another three years, according to a news release from the association.
In February, Eden Prairie-based travel agent Jill Peifer was busy booking spring break trips and summer vacations. Then the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic began to spread in the U.S., and businesses and government officials began to order shut-downs across the country.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has placed unprecedented stress on local businesses. To help, Southwest News Media has launched a local guide to help locals find open businesses.
MINNETONKA — Several local breweries have realized a shortage of growlers, but no shortage of customer and community support during the virus-spurred economic slowdown.
Minnetonka-based CANVIVA’s products are typically CBD-based sleep aids, stress relievers and muscle balms. But when owner Jim Zimmerman tried to buy hand sanitizer for his employees in reaction to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and found that even Amazon was sold out, he realized he had…
WAYZATA — D’Amico & Partners, which owns D’Amico & Sons in Wayzata and Campiello in Eden Prairie, will temporarily close all but one of its locations through April 12 in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, a news release says.
Hy-Vee, which operates a number of stores in the southwest metro, announced possible changes to its staffing — including reductions — in a Tuesday email announcement.
Nearly 100 jobs will be moving to Eden Prairie’s Lifetouch offices as a result of a decision by its parent company, Shutterfly, Lifetouch’s president told Eden Prairie News.
MediaNews Group, owner of the St. Paul Pioneer Press and dozens of other newspapers from coast to coast, has purchased the assets of Red Wing Publishing/Big Fish Works.
Around 150 people gathered to hear local leaders speak about Eden Prairie's economy, schools and future development at the State of the City luncheon, organized by the Eden Prairie Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 24 at Bearpath Golf and Country Club. Over a steak lunch, the audience heard from E…
Lariat Companies evicted rolled ice cream store Wonders Ice Cream from its storefront in Eden Prairie in January, a lawyer representing Lariat told Eden Prairie News.
Eden Prairie’s Target is getting a face lift as part of the company’s national move to update its stores, according to a representative that spoke at the Jan. 7 Eden Prairie City Council meeting.
When the usual post-workout snacks were passed around during Blake Sorensen’s days on the Eden Prairie High School football team, he always had to decline. Sorensen has had a severe allergy to tree nuts for his entire life, and the typical trail mixes and protein-packed nut bars would’ve sen…
The Eden Prairie City Council unanimously resolved to support SouthWest Transit as it seeks to replace lost funding from the Metropolitan Council and other state and local sources at its Jan. 7 meeting.
A regional real estate firm bought a 180,000 square foot property in Eden Prairie’s Golden Triangle in late December and plans to develop the area in anticipation of changes brought by the Southwest Light Rail Transit line, according to the company’s vice president.
When Amber Lewis was pregnant with her second child, she and her husband, Ryan Lewis, dreamed up an app that would allow expecting parents to track all the milestones of pregnancy and babyhood in one neat package.
Eden Prairie, with its plentiful grocery stores and restaurants, doesn’t qualify as a food desert, but it didn’t always feel that way.
While Thanksgiving has long been the border between autumnal or turkey-themed decorations and the snowy, twinkling lights of the December holiday season, Christmas shopping has been on the radar at Eden Prairie Center since late October.
Eden Prairie-based C.H. Robinson won a Tekne award in the cognitive computing category of the Minnesota High Tech Association’s annual awards, according to a news release from the association.
With nooks crammed with cushioned couches and low-light chandeliers, Fat Pants Brewing Co. aims to make its customers comfortable above all else, owner Elizabeth Anderson told Eden Prairie News one week before the city’s first brewery opens to the public.
Employees of Eden Prairie’s SAM Nutrition, and their family and friends, volunteered at a food drive and meal at Simpson Homeless Shelter in Minneapolis on Nov. 1, according to a news release from the company.
Double Take Salsa's new Eden Prairie headquarters, at 9921 Valley View Road, doesn't have much office space, but that's just fine with Bernie and Adina Dahlin; the spacious industrial kitchen is where the magic happens.
Local businesses will be on display at the Eden Prairie Chamber of Commerce's fall pop-up boutique event, according to Paige Nault, the Chamber's marketing and events manager.
Eden Prairie's Gander Outdoors location is closing after 18 months in business, according to a representative of Gander Outdoors.
At 7:30 a.m. on a hazy October morning, Ella, Carlos and Blanca Correa were already a couple hours deep into their work shifts. Joshua Correa was already on his way home after working through the night preparing hundreds of doughnuts for Shakopee locals and passersby.
The offerings at Wonders Ice Cream don’t look much like the scoops that other ice cream parlors offer, but that’s just the appeal of Eden Prairie’s new (and only) rolled ice cream shop.
While many health-conscious shoppers stock their own plates with produce from the farmer’s market, Mary Steen and Susie Clark have been stocking their stall with food for customers’ four-legged friends.
SouthWest Transit has declared this year’s Minnesota State Fair service a success, despite being in the red financially.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is suing an Eden Prairie company for violating the Disabilities Act by firing an employee who needed crutches, according to a statement on the EEOC's website.
A three-time Olympic gold medalist will attend the ribbon cutting of an Eden Prairie business on Aug. 16, according to a news release from the business.
MEDINA — A large neon sign announces your arrival at Highway 55 Rental — the aptly named store sits on Highway 55 in Medina. Inside the store, party games line the walls along with tents, yard games, and anything else one might need for a graduation party, wedding or celebration.
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