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…
Double Take Salsa's new Eden Prairie headquarters, at 9921 Valley View Road, doesn't have much office space, but that's just fine with Bernie and Adina Dahlin; the spacious industrial kitchen is where the magic happens.
Local businesses will be on display at the Eden Prairie Chamber of Commerce's fall pop-up boutique event, according to Paige Nault, the Chamber's marketing and events manager.
WAYZATA — After less than a year, The Dough Room in Wayzata has closed permanently, according to the restaurant’s General Manager Dan Ostman.
Canterbury Park's holding corporation chair Curtis Sampson and vice chair Dale Schenian, who have served on the board since 1994, have retired from their positions, according to a recent press release.
A new children’s book by a Prior Lake native and her husband is about choosing to step out into new adventures while still coming back home at the end of the day, they said this month.
Historians estimate cremation developed as a funeral practice about 5,000 years ago, but it’s only become popular in the United States over the past couple decades.
The news brought tears of joy to Melanie Cole and Vicky DeRouchey’s eyes: The UGO Wear tablet, the second product from their Prior Lake company, was named best new product overall at an international boat show in Rhode Island.
Valleyfair is now a Certified Autism Center designation, according to a Oct. 2 press release from the amusement park. The certification comes from the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards. In order to pass the certification, Valleyfair’s staff underwent sen…
Months of construction on highways 13 and 21 has created a maze of no-turn-signs and put parking spaces at a premium in Prior Lake’s business centers for months.
Six Flags Entertainment Corp is considering merging with Cedar Fair LP, which operates Valleyfair, Reuters reported this week based on findings from a confidential source. The two entities are the country’s largest amusement park operators.
At 7:30 a.m. on a hazy October morning, Ella, Carlos and Blanca Correa were already a couple hours deep into their work shifts. Joshua Correa was already on his way home after working through the night preparing hundreds of doughnuts for Shakopee locals and passersby.
Old Southern BBQ Smokehouse, the newest concept created by Famous Dave’s Founder Dave Anderson, is set to break ground this month on its sixth restaurant in Chanhassen, with a grand opening set this winter. According to a spokesperson, the exact date is not yet known.
The offerings at Wonders Ice Cream don’t look much like the scoops that other ice cream parlors offer, but that’s just the appeal of Eden Prairie’s new (and only) rolled ice cream shop.
MINNETONKA — New Perspective Senior Living opened its new Resource Center and headquarters in Minnetonka with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Sept. 19.
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.
While many health-conscious shoppers stock their own plates with produce from the farmer’s market, Mary Steen and Susie Clark have been stocking their stall with food for customers’ four-legged friends.
Shakopee-based Cameron’s Coffee and Distribution Company was acquired Sept. 18 by Grupo Nutresa, a Colombia-based food processing company, for $113 million, according to a recent press release from Grupo Nutresa.
EXCELSIOR — The Suburban restaurant in Excelsior never expected to be in the business of babies, but a special spicy burger has purportedly sent two women into labor unexpectedly and brought two babies into the world.
SouthWest Transit has declared this year’s Minnesota State Fair service a success, despite being in the red financially.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is suing an Eden Prairie company for violating the Disabilities Act by firing an employee who needed crutches, according to a statement on the EEOC's website.
Two dozen judges from around the country recently sampled more than 300 wines at the 2019 International Cold Climate Wine Competition organized by the University of Minnesota Grape Breeding and Enology Project and Minnesota Grape Growers Association.
MOUND — A bagger from Jubilee Foods in Mound won an award at the 31st annual Best Bagger contest held by the Minnesota Grocers Association (MGA), according to an Aug. 20 news release.
A three-time Olympic gold medalist will attend the ribbon cutting of an Eden Prairie business on Aug. 16, according to a news release from the business.
Quad, a worldwide marketing solutions partner, announced Aug. 7 it will cease manufacturing operations at its Shakopee facility next month. The Shakopee location specializes in producing retail advertising inserts and employs 140 people, according to a press release. Workers at that plant wi…
MINNETONKA — A Minnetonka designed by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s son is slated for demolition as a developer plans to create a cul-de-sac community on the land where it sits.
A new auto service center could set up shop on Broadway Street in downtown Jordan if the planning commission and city council approve a conditional use permit for Wherley with Wrenches LLC.
WAYZATA — Pilates MN has been awarded the Exceptional Service Award of Excellence by the Greater Wayzata Area Chamber of Commerce and Business & Estate Advisers, Inc.
MOUND — The Mound City Council is considering an ordinance to take over control of tobacco licensing, regulations and enforcement within city limits.
MEDINA — A large neon sign announces your arrival at Highway 55 Rental — the aptly named store sits on Highway 55 in Medina. Inside the store, party games line the walls along with tents, yard games, and anything else one might need for a graduation party, wedding or celebration.
The Savage municipal liquor operation is on track to be profitable for the first time in years but hasn’t met its budget, city officials said this week.
MINNETONKA — Boom Island Brewing Company is getting ready to open its doors in Minnetonka.
EXCELSIOR — Excelsior Brewing Company is getting into the hard seltzer game to give non-beer drinkers an option when they visit the taproom.
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