The city of Eden Prairie has declared a snow event for Jan. 17 and 18, according to a news release from the city.
An Eden Prairie artist has received a $6,599 grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, according to a news release from the board.
When PROP Food Shelf recently received a $1,300 donation from the Eden Prairie United Methodist Church youth group, it stuck out to marketing director Kelli Steidle because of what the teens did to raise the money. They spent a night outside in cardboard shelters in October to raise awarenes…
Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan have appointed two Eden Prairie residents to state positions, the office of the governor announced in a news release on Jan. 9.
Update: The program on the Equal Rights Amendment in Minnesota scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 18, has been postponed due to weather. It will be rescheduled to a later date.
Registration for the city of Eden Prairie’s City Government Academy is open, according to a news release from the city.
The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners voted to continue allowing refugee resettlement in its borders at its Jan. 7 meeting.
Hopkins School Board member Chris LaTondresse is running for Hennepin County Commissioner in District 6 in the 2020 election, he announced on Thursday, Jan. 2.
When white settlers began farming the land that became Eden Prairie, many of them left their mark on more than the fields they plowed. Families with names that are familiar to anyone who’s driven along the city’s winding streets − Anderson, Mitchell, Bryant − have been immortalized on the ci…
‘Tis the season for sledding, skating, skiing and more. Eden Prairie is home to a variety of winter activities for the outdoor-minded who want to get outside during the Minnesota winter.
The English Channel is 21 miles of frigid water, powerful currents and drifting jellyfish − one of the most challenging long-distance, open water swims in the world. In August of 2019, Karen Zemlin, 51, conquered the distance with a combination of strength, endurance and gratitude, setting a…
WATERTOWN — The old Watertown missile site, owned by the Western Area Fire Training Academy (WAFTA), may finally get cleaned up.
A few years ago, cigarettes and chewing tobacco were at the center of conversations that Sadie Holland, a prevention manager at Know The Truth Minnesota, led among middle and high school students. The rise of e-cigarettes and vapes has transformed both how young people use nicotine and how H…
If you squint, you might mistake Alpp the barista’s Instagram account for one of the many young and professionally beautiful travel accounts: Posing by the London Bridge or riding an elephant, Alpp certainly fits the profile. Except, of course, for the fact that he is a doll.
In 1965, the Minneapolis Police Department shut down a portion of U.S. Highway 169/212 so that Eden Prairie could have its first parade.
The Eden Prairie City Council adopted the 2020 budget and certified the final levy at its meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 3.
One Million Cups Eden Prairie is hosting an event for community members on Thursday, Dec. 5, according to a news release from the organization.
Eden Prairie’s Prairie Lutheran Church will hold a special Blue Christmas worship service at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 8, the church announced in a news release.
PROP Food Shelf is doing a matching gift drive throughout the month of December, the organization said in a news release.
The lower level of the two-story Eden Prairie Senior Center is closed to visitors while it undergoes construction, according to a Nov. 27 post on the city of Eden Prairie's website.
The Sharing Tree in Eden Prairie was lit over the weekend to cheers and comments of “it’s beautiful” from the small crowd that braved the sleet and snow to attend the second annual lighting celebration.
The Eden Prairie News is thrilled to begin its second annual holiday memories essay contest. Eden Prairie residents of all ages are encouraged to put pen to paper and share a holiday memory.
The southwest metro could see up to a foot of snow Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
The Eden Prairie Senior Center closed on Monday, Nov. 25 after leakage from water pipes caused water to collect on the lower level of the building, according to senior center manager Sue Bohnsack.
"Holiday travel could be significantly impacted Tuesday night and Wednesday due to heavy snow and blowing snow," according to a Nov. 24 alert from the National Weather Service.
An Eden Prairie High School graduate received an award for her work on gun violence prevention from the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office on Nov. 20, according to a news release from the office.
The Riley Purgatory Bluff Creek Watershed District Board of Managers is seeking applications to its 2019 Citizens Advisory Committee.
If you ever feel like no matter which way you drive in Eden Prairie, you always run into Highway 212; or if you’ve realized you can turn left or right on the same road and still find yourself at Eden Prairie Center, you’re not alone. Eden Prairie is a thriving second-ring suburb, a hub of bu…
The stretch of Flying Cloud Drive between Highway 101 and Spring Road will open to traffic on Nov. 26, according to Hennepin County project staff.
Eden Prairie scored below average on a national ranking of cities' and municipalities' equity in laws relating to their LGBTQ residents, according to a report from the Human Rights Campaign.
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