WAYZATA — The Minnesota Senate Capital Investment Committee will be visiting the city of Wayzata to view the Lake Effect project outside Depot Park at 402 Lake Street East at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 24, according to a news release from the city.
WAYZATA — Katie Pease, Community Life Coordinator for Hammer Residences, had an idea to provide long-term art experiences for the individuals served by Hammer. In January, Pease will see her idea come to fruition.
MINNETONKA — Vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian, reducetarian — there are a million words to describe a plant-based lifestyle. Today, more and more people embrace reducing their meat and animal byproduct consumption. Grocery store shelves are filled not only with beef, chicken, cheese and eggs b…
WAYZATA — The city of Wayzata is inviting residents to apply for volunteer positions on a Wayzata advisory commission, authority or board.
EXCELSIOR — Ice Castles will likely not be returning to The Commons in Excelsior this year, instead likely making its return to Stillwater.
MINNETONKA — The new Hennepin County Medical Examiner building is moving forward as the Minnetonka City Council passed a resolution approving the proposed building project at its Oct. 7 meeting.
WESTONKA — On Nov. 5, the Westonka Public School District is seeking approval of an Operating Levy Referendum. Superintendent Kevin Borg introduced the levy at a July 15 School Board meeting.
WAYZATA — Area schools are facing everyday concerns regarding e-cigarette use and vaping devices as the devices become more discrete and are targeted at youth with different flavored e-liquids.
WAYZATA — After less than a year, The Dough Room in Wayzata has closed permanently, according to the restaurant’s General Manager Dan Ostman.
WAYZATA — The opening of the Central Avenue/County Road 101 bridge over Highway 12 in Wayzata has been delayed again.
MOUND — The city of Mound is reviewing its personnel policies to address concerns over what’s been called “ambiguous” language in the city’s harassment policies.
MINNETRISTA — On a rainy Saturday, families traveled to Gale Woods Farm in Minnetrista for Celebrate the Harvest to see sheep, llamas, giant pumpkins and more.
MINNETRISTA — Snow days may be a thing of the past for students in the Westonka Public School District.
MINNETONKA — Minnetonka City Council candidates hoping to be elected or re-elected spoke and debated in the Minnetonka City Council chambers Tuesday, Oct. 1, during a League of Women Voters candidate forum.
MINNETONKA — Hopkins School Board candidates discussed topics of diversity, school start times, open enrollment and more at a recent forum hosted by the League of Women Voters-Minnetonka, Eden Prairie and Hopkins.
ORONO — When voters in the Orono Public School District head to the polls, they'll be asked if they support a property tax increase that would generate an additional $1 million a year for the school district's technology initiatives.
It was 2001, about a year before Molly Kimball was born, that members of Mount Olivet Lutheran Church West Campus in Victoria started meeting in a gym.
MEDINA — The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) has named a local golf instructor the 2019 Midwest Section Teacher of the Year.
MINNETONKA —Two Lake Minnetonka-area residents brought home prizes from the Minnesota Watercolor Society Minnesota Dreamin’ fall membership exhibition.
ORONO — Construction on a new senior living community is underway at Wayzata Boulevard and Old Crystal Bay Road North in Orono.
MINNETONKA — At a recent forum, candidates seeking election to the Minnetonka School Board discussed open enrollment, mental health and the district’s strengths and weaknesses, among other topics.
EXCELSIOR — The Deephaven Historical Society is hosting a boat tour on Sunday, Oct. 6, that will cover the history of Lake Minnetonka’s Big Island.
MINNETONKA — Over 800 people visited St. David’s Center for Child and Family Development Saturday, Sept. 28, for the childcare center’s Get Out and Grow fall festival.
EXCELSIOR — Join the Excelsior Fire District for an evening of fire and life safety activities, exhibits and demonstrations at the Fire Prevention Open House and Safety Fair on Oct. 3.
ORONO — Repairs to the seawalls at Hendrickson Channel in Orono were scheduled to begin this week.
MINNETRISTA — Dale Evans was at the Carver County Fair in 2011 and got an idea — he should visit more county fairs in Minnesota.
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.
WAYZATA — The Lake Minnetonka National Society Daughters of the American Revolution are celebrating 5,000 hours of volunteer service, according to a news release from the organization.
Three Eden Prairie organizations are sponsoring a free cultural mixer on Oct. 4, the Eden Prairie Community Foundation said in a news release.
WAYZATA — Wayzata’s historic Section Foreman House will be the featured topic of the Wayzata Historical Society’s October program held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 3.
PLYMOUTH — Join officers of the Plymouth Police Department on National Coffee with a Cop Day on Oct. 2 and get to know the department in an informal setting.
PLYMOUTH — Ashley Sondergaard has been teaching yoga for seven years, but a month ago she made a big career change and opened up her own business — Wedded Wellness.
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