Somewhere in Eden Prairie, two pickup trucks are waiting for the hybrid-capable components that will make them part of an electric future.
The four candidates with the most votes for Eden Prairie School Board on Nov. 5 were Adam Seidel, Debjyoti "DD" Dwivedy, Aaron Casper and Veronica Stoltz, according to unofficial results on the Minnesota Secretary of State's website.
Former State Rep. Dario Anselmo has announced he’s running for the District 6 seat on the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners in the 2020 election.
Hennepin County will no longer collect batteries for recycling at community locations because of a fire hazard, the county announced in an Oct. 30 news release.
Six Minnesota state legislators will hold a community conversation on cannabis in Eden Prairie on Nov. 18, according to the Minnesota House of Representatives website.
Eden Prairie’s library will reopen five weeks behind schedule, according to an email from Hennepin County Commissioner Debbie Goettel’s office.
On Nov. 5, Eden Prairie will elect four people to the seven-member Eden Prairie School Board. The candidates are:
You don’t have to hire professionals to create a spectacular Halloween yard display, but if your extravaganza involves 96 inflatable figurines, it helps to have some expertise in engineering.
Hennepin County wants to know what its residents needs are as it updates a five-year plan for federal housing funds, according to a news post on the city of Eden Prairie's website.
Visitors will have limited access to Staring Lake Park's main parking lot for around a week beginning Oct. 23 as part of the park's warming house reconstruction, according to a news post on the city of Eden Prairie's website.
U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Eden Prairie) will host a community conversation on climate change and environmental protections in Hopkins on Oct. 26, according to an email from Eden Prairie’s Citizens Climate Lobby and the Facebook event page.
EDEN PRAIRIE — U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Eden Prairie) will host a community conversation on climate change and environmental protections in Hopkins on Oct. 26, according to an email from Eden Prairie’s Citizens Climate Lobby and the Facebook event page.
The Eden Prairie Community Foundation will accept grant applications for its 2020 giving cycle beginning Nov. 1, according to a news release from the Foundation.
"Diamonds are forever," so the saying goes, but swap the gems for "salt pollution" and it's just as true, according to Brooke Asleson of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA).
On a cool Friday evening in October, around 50 people mingled in the East Commons of Eden Prairie High School for the city's first round of cultural speed dating.
Eden Prairie’s iconic water tower has been nominated for the 2019 Tank of the Year, according to a news release from the city. The annual contest ranks tanks from across the U.S. and Canada; whichever receives the most votes, wins. Residents can vote for their favorite tank at tankoftheyear.…
With one year to go before standard Minnesotan driver's licenses are no longer accepted as identification in U.S. airports, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) is urging residents to apply for the REAL ID licenses that will soon replace standard licenses as federal identification…
Eden Prairie's Gander Outdoors location is closing after 18 months in business, according to a representative of Gander Outdoors.
The Minnesota Office of Ombudsman for Long Term Care recognized an Eden Prairie resident for her advocacy for the rights of residents in long-term care facilities, according to a news release from that office.
Eden Prairie City Council member Brad Aho is running for the Hennepin County Commissioner District 6 seat in the 2020 election, Aho told Southwest News Media.
Eden Prairie resident Richard Green won an award from the Minnesota Watercolor Society (MNWS) for a painting submitted to the Minnesota Dreamin’ exhibit, the MNWS announced in a news release.
As fall hunting seasons kick into full swing − waterfowl season began Sept. 21, and deer season will come in November − a lot of attention is given to the camaraderie and tradition of Minnesota hunting.
Three Eden Prairie organizations are sponsoring a free cultural mixer on Oct. 4, the Eden Prairie Community Foundation said in a news release.
The Otto Bremer Trust has awarded millions in grants to Minnesota-based organizations, including Eden Prairie’s People Reaching Out to Other People (PROP).
Hennepin County Administrator David Hough proposed a 2020 budget of $2.5 billion, including a net property tax levy of $869 million, an increase of 4.75% compared to 2019, to the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners on Sept. 17, according to a news release from the county and county budget…
The city of Eden Prairie will start marking around 275 ash trees for removal on Sept. 23 as part of its emerald ash borer management plan, the city wrote on its website.
Around 3,000 National Guard and their family and friends packed Eden Prairie’s Grace Church for a deployment ceremony on Sept. 20.
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…
JazzMN Orchestra returns to Chanhassen Dinner Theatres with a new artistic director, JC Sanford, for its 2019-20 season.
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.
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.
If it feels like there was more road construction in Eden Prairie this summer, you're not wrong, according to City Engineer Rod Rue.
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.
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.
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