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Last week’s where the heck is it photo was taken of The Andrews Sisters Trail in downtown Mound. The trail is named after the Andrews Sisters singing group. LaVerne, Maxene and Patty Andrews grew up in Mound, spending all of their summers in the city from 1917 through 1931, living in a house…

Last week’s where the heck is it photo was taken of the musical instruments off Auditors Road in Mound, in the Mound Harbor District. The instruments are part of an initiative led by the Mound-Westonka Rotary.

The journalists/word nerds at Southwest News Media have some favorite books we've read on those quiet days by the lake and blistering hot days in the sun. If you're looking to expand your summer reading list, here are some suggestions to tuck in. Happy reading!

Yanni is an easy-going, active orange tabby kitten born at the end of April 2018. He is friendly and affectionate with people he knows and is shy of strangers. For trusted people, he will jump into their lap and stay for short periods of time while you brush and pet him. He likes to sit next…

Last week’s where the heck is it photo was a close-up shot of Wayzata City Hall, 600 Rice St., in Wayzata. We had one close guess from Gigi Jabbour of Orono, who guessed the neighboring Wayzata Library building, but no one got it correct.

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