School districts in the Lake Minnetonka area have approved their 2020 property tax levies.
Marty Doll believes his communications background will be a vital attribute as he soon begins his position as Victoria’s community and economic development director.
WAYZATA — Gov. Tim Walz recommended $10 million be granted to the city of Wayzata for the Lake Effect project, according to a Jan. 10 news release from the governor’s office.
PLYMOUTH — The city of Plymouth is seeking public feedback on playground designs for two parks, according to a news release from the city.
MINNETONKA — For anyone who has dreamed of being surrounded by puppies — or more specifically corgis — Boom Island Brewing in Minnetonka hosted an event on Sunday, Jan. 12, catered toward you.
MINNETONKA BEACH — Cities in the Lake Minnetonka area have approved their 2020 budgets and finalized their property tax levies.
PLYMOUTH — The 10th annual Fire & Ice festival medallion hunt started on Jan. 9 with the first clue posted on plymouthmn.gov, according to a news release from the city of Plymouth.
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.
EXCELSIOR — The steamboat Minnehaha is still in search of a new home. Members of the board of directors of the Museum of Lake Minnetonka planned to present at the Jan. 6 Excelsior City Council meeting but instead will present at the Feb. 3 meeting, according to board member Jeff Lambert.
PLYMOUTH — Aging infrastructure is an ongoing issue across the United States and the cities around Lake Minnetonka are no different. This winter, many cities around the lake have seen water main breaks causing water to be shut off for hours at a time.
The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners voted to continue allowing refugee resettlement in its borders at its Jan. 7 meeting.
PLYMOUTH — At dusk, bundled in winter jackets, cozy hats and mittens, families trekked onto to the candlelit Luce Light State Trail in Plymouth for the annual Candlelight Walk put on by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
MINNETONKA — Scrolling through the Mental Health Navigators Facebook page, parents post articles about mental health and child-rearing, others ask for advice.
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.
MINNETRISTA — The Minnesota Senate Energy and Utilities Finance and Policy Committee will hold a public hearing in Minnetrista on a proposal that would aim to prioritize clean energy as Minnesota plans its future energy needs, according to a Jan. 2 Senate news release.
MINNETONKA — Learn more about recycling and reducing waste with Hennepin County at a Jan. 9 conversation called the State of Recycling in Hennepin County.
On Dec. 20, 2019, President Donald Trump signed the National Defense Department Authorization (NDAA) agreement, which provides Liberians in Minnesota on Deferred Enforcement Departure (DED) a pathway to citizenship for the first time, according to a news release from U.S. Rep. Dean Philips, …
MINNETONKA — Rustling leaves and snapping branches can be heard through the phone as Charlie Anderson explains to Lakeshore Weekly News that he’s out taking photos.
WAYZATA — Construction on Phase 1 of the years-long Lake Effect project is expected to begin this spring after the Wayzata City Council reauthorized the city to solicit public bids for construction at its Dec. 17 meeting.
WAYZATA — Wayzata Public Works will pick up Christmas trees and spruce tops starting the week of Jan. 6, according to a news release from the city.
MINNETONKA — The ICA Food Shelf in Minnetonka received a $2,323 grant from Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless, according to a Dec. 18 news release from the grant giver.
WAYZATA — The Greater Wayzata Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a global warming and climate change conversation on Jan. 30 with Will Steger and Don Shelby, according to the chamber’s website.
EXCELSIOR — Pete Miller didn’t know when he won the snowshoe race at the 2019 Big Island and Back event that he would be taking over the director role of the organization that same year.
MINNETONKA — The city of Minnetonka is working on installing a multi-use, single-track mountain bike trail in Lone Lake Park.
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…
MINNETONKA — A new development may reshape Carlson Parkway as United Properties, a Minnesota-based development company, is looking to replace the large green lawn near the Carlson Towers with an apartment building and a hotel called The Pointe.
WATERTOWN — The old Watertown missile site, owned by the Western Area Fire Training Academy (WAFTA), may finally get cleaned up.
MINNETONKA — Cross-country skiers are welcome on the Glen Lake Golf Course this winter, according to the city of Minnetonka’s December newsletter.
‘Tis the season for sledding, skating, skiing and more. The Lake Minnetonka area hosts a variety of winter activities for the outdoor-minded who wanted to get outside during the Minnesota winter.
SHOREWOOD — The nearly 114-year-old steamboat Minnehaha is facing a brand new challenge this season — the 55-ton boat needs a new home.
ORONO — The Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Minnesota is returning to Lake Minnetonka for its second year.
MINNETONKA — Mr. and Mrs. Claus visited Minnetonka on Saturday, Dec. 14, to meet with children and families at the Minnetonka Winter Farmers Market.
Every year my parents and I trim the Christmas tree. It has been our tradition for as long as I can remember. My brother now lives far away in North Carolina so I fulfill the sibling obligation and travel to my parent’s house in Minnetonka a few weeks prior to Christmas to go through boxes o…
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