LONG LAKE — Alice Rancour said she and “a bunch of neighbors and friends” got together to make creations for the statewide homemade mask drive last weekend.
The state of Minnesota on Friday launched a new website for people to find locations to get tested for the coronavirus, with two locations in the Lake Minnetonka area.
WAYZATA — The Wayzata City Council is scheduled to review the Boatworks redevelopment application on May 5.
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…
DEEPHAVEN — Ruth Stricker, the founder of The Marsh, a center for balance and fitness in Minnetonka, died on Tuesday, April 14. She was 85.
WAYZATA – More than 40 residents of Meridian Manor in Wayzata have been moved out after 19 residents and seven staff members tested positive for the coronavirus, Laurie Sykes, regional director of operations with Transforming Age, which owns Meridian Manor, told Lakeshore Weekly News on April 18.
MOUND — Efforts to allow backyard chickens in the city of Mound have laid an egg at least twice before, but proponents are flocking together to try it again.
MOUND — Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless Foundation has awarded $3,000 to Western Communities Action Network (WeCAN) in Mound, the foundation said in a news release.
Golfing and other outdoor recreational activities are now allowed during the stay-at-home order, according to an executive order Gov. Tim Walz signed Friday, April 17.
The ice left Lake Minnetonka on April 2, marking the start to boating season. But Gov. Tim Walz’s stay-at-home order has left some people wondering what the rules are when it comes to getting out on the water during the coronavirus pandemic.
Connie Claire Szarke has written her fourth novel, “Stone Wall and other Stories,” published by Newman Springs Publishing Company.
There was a bit of hesitancy when Bill Yadish and Emilee Cuoso were asked about the parks and lakes in Victoria.
Expect wait times at the Plymouth Yard Waste Site when it opens on April 15, the city of Plymouth said in a news release on April 14.
MOUND — The street was covered with scores of multicolored chalk-drawn hearts.
A winter storm watch is in effect for the area from Sunday morning through Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
Building community and positive habits are two vital pieces of recovery from substance abuse disorder. But the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown patterns of recovery into disarray, and treatment facilities in the southwest metro have quickly pivoted to compensate for those changes.
The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners on April 7 awarded thousands of dollars in aquatic invasive species prevention grants to eight groups.
Frank Ragnow has never forgot where he came from. The community he grew up in. The people that helped him get to where he is now, a third-year National Football League starting center for the Detroit Lions.
WAYZATA – A portion of Lake Street in downtown Wayzata is scheduled to close in both directions this week as part of the first phase of Panoway on Wayzata Bay construction.
TONKA BAY — Cities in the Lake Minnetonka area are asking residents to practice social distancing and avoid gathering in groups in parks during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
"Prince was known for his secretive 'pop-up' concerts at Paisley Park. He would slyly announce the concert with just hours-notice and welcome all who arrived," states a Paisley Park press release.
PLYMOUTH – The city of Plymouth will sweep streets citywide ahead of its annual water main flushing, set to begin the week of April 13.
Pandemics are scary enough without the isolation that comes along with social distancing, economic turmoil and quarantine.
With the tune of “You Are My Sunshine” drifting over the parking lot of The Waters of Excelsior senior living community, under a bright blue sky, it was easy to forget the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic for a moment.
There are a total of 398 lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in Minnesota – up 52 cases from March 26, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
PLYMOUTH — The city of Plymouth launched a free app called myPlymouth powered by SeeClickFix where residents can connect with the city, according to a news release.
HOPKINS — Hopkins West Junior High Principal Leanne Kampfe was awarded the brand-new Minnesota Association of IB World Schools (MNIB) Leadership Award on March 12, according to a news release from the school district.
TONKA BAY — Families across the Lake Minnetonka area are stuck at home as schools across the state of Minnesota have closed and businesses and organizations order employees to work from home due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
Sen. Scott Jensen (R-Chaska) issued a Facebook video and an accompanying statement Tuesday, voicing concerns regarding efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
MINNETONKA BEACH — When Steve Schussler and Sunhi Ryan-Schussler bought their home on Minnetonka Beach’s Huntington Point Road in 2017, it was meant to be their forever home. The couple quickly discovered an issue that threatened that notion, and it’s something former property owners had com…
MINNETONKA — Food shelves and emergency service providers in the Lake Minnetonka area have seen an increase in people reaching out for help as the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak causes people to lose work and has children home from school.
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