Monthly Archives: April 2011

City Considers Changes to Its Goals, Mission-Wants Resident Input

The Minnetonka City Council is reviewing the city’s mission, vision and strategic goals, considering revisions that they say will help guide the city’s future priorities and policies. Continue reading

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Photos: Dining Out for Life a Success in Southwest Minneapolis

0 Comments “Not only are we doing a good thing, but we’re educating people at the same time,” said Michael Oian, the Dining Out for Life ambassador at Blackbird restaurant on Nicollet Avenue. Continue reading

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PHOTOS: Minnetonka Baseball Tops Edina

Make Patch better! Take our survey: OK Sorry, maybe next time Minnetonka defeated Edina 6-5 in a Lake Conference game Friday evening. Continue reading

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Get Out: Your Weekend Fun To-Do List

You want to get out of the house but don’t know what to do. Patch is coming to the rescue. Continue reading

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Terminated Teacher Contracts Showcase Declining Enrollment

The cuts have become an annual tradition. Historically, the district hires back about half the terminated teachers after staffing needs become more certain, said Nik Lightfoot, director of administrative services.A But this year’s terminations are sign… Continue reading

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Police: Take Note, We’re Watching

Warmer. Mostly sunny in the morning then increasing clouds. Highs around 65. Becoming breezy by afternoon. Continue reading

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UPDATED: Injured Boy Opens Eyes, Remains in Critical Condition

Sam Seward, 10, remains in critical condition Friday, according to a Hennepin County Medical Center spokeswoman. Continue reading

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Minnetonka Preschool and ECFE Garage Sale

Minnetonka Preschool and ECFE will hold a garage sale from 8 a.m. to noon, Saturday, April 30, at the Minnetonka Community Education Center, 4584 Vine Hill Road, Excelsior. Continue reading

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PHOTOS: Locals Toast Royal Wedding

Warmer. Mostly sunny in the morning then increasing clouds. Highs around 65. Becoming breezy by afternoon. Continue reading

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YMCA proposing new Ridgedale Y with…

The YMCA of Metropolitan Minneapolis is planning to replace its Minnetonka facility with a “wellness campus” that includes a smaller Y, an apartment building for seniors and a small medical office building. Continue reading

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